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LIVE SHEEP EXPORT LICENSE CANCELLED

Posted in animals, city of fremantle, fremantle port, live trade, LIVESTOCK, maritime, Uncategorized by freoview on August 22, 2018

 

Awassi hero shot

 

What will no doubt have a big impact on the exporting of sheep from Fremantle Port the Australian government has cancelled the export license of Australia’s biggest live trader Emanuel Exports.

The license was suspended just over a month ago, but this has now been extended to the license being cancelled after videos appeared showing the terrible mistreatment of sheep on some of the journeys to the Middle East.

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SHEEP SHAME SHIP BACK IN BUSINESS

Posted in abuse, animals, city of fremantle, fremantle ports, LIVESTOCK, maritime, Uncategorized by freoview on April 26, 2018

 

Awassi Express

 

The Awassi Express is back at berth at North Quay in Fremantle Port and ready to be loaded with thousands of sheep again, after she made national headlines for the animal cruelty on board the ship, that was leaked by a whistleblower.

I believe that the photos and videos we are confronted with now and then are just the tip of the iceberg and that this happens far more often than the public is aware.

We also need to acknowledge that different cultures have different standards of animal care and if Australians don’t like the conditions the sheep and cattle face when being transported to the Middle East and elsewhere we need to stop the live trade from our country.

We have heard too often that conditions will improve and that animal cruelty will never happen again, until it happened again.

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Stop Press: Latest news on Friday morning is that the ship will sail out empty from Fremantle but might take cattle on board in Broome, according to media reports.

 

 

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LIVESTOCK PROTEST SPANS FREMANTLE BRIDGE

Posted in fremantle, LIVESTOCK by freoview on November 30, 2014

An estimated 850 animal lovers took over the full length of the Fremantle traffic bridge this morning to protest against livestock trade from Fremantle port.

The peaceful protest did not interrupt the usual busy Sunday traffic.

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