Photo by Herbert2512 Greyhound racing in Ireland has long been a popular sport and industry, attracting both enthusiasts and bettors alike. However, behind the excitement and glamour, there are deep-rooted welfare concerns that have come to light in recent years. The debate surrounding greyhound racing in Ireland revolves around the ethical dilemma of animal cruelty … Continue reading Is Ireland’s oversight and regulation of Greyhound Racing Adequate?
Are you are a member of An Garda Síochána? Do you subscribe to the Garda Review magazine? 👮 If so, keep an eye out for our article September’s Garda Review with retired U.K. police detective inspector, Mark Randell, founder of Hidden-in-Sight and member of Naturewatch Foundation. PROTECT ANIMALS, PROTECT PEOPLE “Animal-related crime can provide valuable … Continue reading ALI Article in Garda Review Magazine, September 2023
A man has been charged with 75 offences under the Animal Health and Welfare Act, at Kilkenny District Court. Laurence Heffernan, Carrigleade, Graignamanag... — Read on http://www.kilkennypeople.ie/
Judge Connolly complemented the animal charity on their work. The judge described “a crazy scene to have 40 animals on site”, but said although it was a “significant matter” it could have been dealt with in the District Court. — Read on http://www.longfordleader.ie/
Patrick Sweeney, Paul Beirne and Martin O'Toole were found guilty of false imprisonment and assault causing harm to four security personnel, arson to three vehicles, aggravated burglary, criminal damage to the front door of the house, violent disorder, and finally, causing unnecessary suffering to an animal by causing or permitting an animal to be struck … Continue reading Three men found guilty over Strokestown attack