Latest Biosecurity News

The Cook Government leads the way in biosecurity and traceability
Public Could Help Solve Mass Fish Death Mystery
Government boost to fight against caulerpa
Rat Caught On Ulva Island, Incursion Response In Place
Scholarship Boosts Biodiversity Tech Potential
Citizen scientists hop to it with rabbit virus tracking project
Governments Fail Queensland’s Sheep And Goat Producers
Electronic devices for sheep and goats supported by new funding
Critical Beef Corridors Upgrade Hits Labor Speed Bump
Controversial Biosecurity Levy attracts fresh criticism
NFF leadership in WA to highlight concerns of local producers
Continued action on imported red fire ants threat
Israeli groups act to prevent Bahijah animals being re-exported
Forget Bondi… Become Broken Hill vet!
NSW Government leaving feral pigs with nowhere to hide
Anthrax detected at second property in Shepparton
International student is Ghosted following meaty detection at Adelaide Airport
No transparency on biosecurity levy
Supporting Territory Livestock and Agricultural Sector
Scorecard highlights sector ploughing ahead
Government announces agriculture delegations to better support Primary sector
Producers remain opposed to Biosecurity Levy
NSW welcomes new national Varroa Mite management plan and funding to kick start industry implementation
Northern Australian Coordination Network Project Update
Loads of lovegrasses
Councils must do more on pest management
New Laws Strenghten Victoria’s Biosecurity Safeguards
Farmers disappointed as backroom deal pushes Closing Loopholes Bill through
Implementing Australia’s National Biosecurity Strategy
Enrol now: Rochester/Elmore FBR workshop series
MV Bahijah Incident Highlights the Essential Role of Veterinarians. Peak Veterinary Body Calls For Action To Address Decline in Livestock Veterinarians
NSW Government’s Operation Victa stops fire ants at the border
Biosecurity guidelines for Lunar New Year celebrations
Statement on Department of Agriculture decision on MV Bahijah
Biosecurity and animal welfare top priorities as livestock disembark MV Bahijah
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SA’s first rapid response units to combat animal disease and protect supply chains unveiled
$240,000 fine for dropping 15 tonne excavator from ship’s crane
CSIRO celebrates honoured staff
Final Murrihy Report into Tasmanian harness racing released
MV Bahijah live updates
Update, 31 January 2024: MV Bahijah livestock vessel
NZ-Australia work to advance space science
The Technical Advisory Group on the Responsible Use of the Life Sciences and Dual-Use Research meets for the first time
Where’s live export ship invitation now?
Stamping out animal cruelty in state’s abattoirs
Vital biosecurity response to stop invasive beetle pest
The NFF reminds Government, new biosecurity levy has zero support