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An animal rights group in Macau has slammed Macau Canidrome’s most recent proposal to temporarily move its greyhounds to the Jockey Club, with conce

The Macau (Yat Yuen) Canidrome Co on Friday submitted its revised plan to the Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau (IACM) regarding the track’s 600 gr

Australian greyhound racing authorities have charged four men for illegally exporting greyhounds to mainland China and Macau. The racing participants

Adverse changes in the regulatory environment in Vietnam have prompted Success Dragon to terminate its Greyhound operation agreements in Vietnam. In a

Animal rights group Anima Macau has written a letter to Canidrome boss Angela Leong for the release of all greyhounds before the track shuts down next

New Zealand Racing Board (NZRB) announced net profit before distributions of $146.7 million for the year ending July 31, 2016, as well as the commence

While the Baird’s greyhound racing ban reversal came as a relief to the greyhound industry, Animals Australia has has vowed to continue its investig

NSW Premier Mike Baird is expected to reverse his decision to ban greyhound racing in the state following increasing internal pressure and a public ba

Greyhound racing operator Macau (Yat Yuen) Canidrome Co. says it hopes to continue its dog racing activities despite not yet concluding a plan for its

The NSW government’s proposed ban on greyhound racing may have hit a major roadblock, as key elements of the industry operate across state borders,

Over 82 percent of people in a recent Facebook poll voted in favor of an Australia-wide ban on greyhound racing. Run by ABC’s Lateline, nearly 22,00

Queensland’s A$600 million (US$457.3 million) a year greyhound racing industry is said to benefit from NSW’s ban, The Australian reports. Accordin

The NSW government has become the first Australian state to announce a ban on greyhound racing following an inquiry which found overwhelming evidence

Macau Yat Yuen Canidrome, the region’s only greyhound race track saw a decline in profits of 82 percent to MOP 4.8 million (US$600,600) in 2015, acc

Macau locals, academics and animal rights activists are calling for the closure of the Macau Canidrome, saying it is now out-dated and unprofitable, l

Macau racing operator Yat Yuen Canidrome Co. may not have its concession renewed, a government source has told Macau Daily Times. It has become “mor

HK-listed Success Dragon International Holdings Ltd announced on Friday it has entered into an agreement for the provision of outsourced management se

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