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Money Live exports won't be banned in coming months

15:57  16 may  2018
15:57  16 may  2018 Source:   abc.net.au

Lehmann hopes banned trio plays for Australia again

  Lehmann hopes banned trio plays for Australia again Former Australia coach Darren Lehmann says he still keeps in touch with banned trio Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft and hopes they'll be forgiven for their transgressions. Smith and Warner were given one-year bans while Bancroft was suspended for nine months for their part in the ball-tampering scandal that rocked Australian cricket on their tour in South Africa.Lehmann, who it was found had no part in a plot to alter the condition of the ball in the third Test against the Proteas, resigned from his position once the tour was done.

Live exports won ' t be banned in coming months http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-05-16/government-delays-release-of-report-on- live -sheep- exports /9766766 … via @ABCNews.

There will be no ban on live sheep exports to the Middle East over the northern summer this year, despite the RSPCA and Australian Veterinarians Association saying there is no way to protect sheep against potentially fatal heat stress.

There will be no ban on live sheep exports to the Middle East over the northern summer this year.

Agriculture Minister David Littleproud will release the McCarthy review into the trade in Sydney tomorrow.

The ABC can confirm there will be no end to the summer trade, despite the RSPCA and Australian Veterinarians Association saying there is no way to protect sheep against potentially fatal heat stress.

The Government set up the McCarthy review into the summer trading of sheep to the Middle East after the broadcast of shocking footage of sheep dying and suffering heat stress during voyages last year.

These images prompted widespread demands for an end to the northern summer live export trade to the Middle East.

The live sheep trade is worth $249 million a year.

The review was to advise on stocking density, ventilation, possible air-conditioning, the number and skills of ship crew dealing with animals, and the independent observation and reporting of animal welfare.

Crows fan banned from Adelaide Oval following slap on Bulldogs captain Easton Wood .
An Adelaide Crows fan who slapped Western Bulldogs captain Easton Wood on the behind during a clash at Adelaide Oval has been banned from the stadium for the remainder of the season.The Adelaide Football Club, together with the Stadium Management Authority, released a statement on Wednesday — following an investigation into the incident which occurred during the round nine clash between the Crows and Bulldogs last Friday.In the incident, a Crows fan reached over the fence and made contact with Wood when he got close to the oval boundary just before half time.

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