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Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Bill 2008
The purpose of the Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Bill 2008 is to provide a uniform, State-wide legislative framework for the effective management of cats and dogs to: encourage responsible cat and dog ownership; promote the effective management of cats and dogs; and protect the community through the identification and control of dangerous, menacing and restricted dogs. The purpose of the Bill

Animal Care and Protection Bill 2012
The Government’s First 100 Day Action Plan included amending the Animal Care and Protection Act 2001 to protect Queensland’s iconic dugong and turtle populations. The Animal Care and Protection and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2012 will repeal the current exemption from animal welfare obligations under the Animal Care and Protection Act 2001 for Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island people who d

Exhibited Animals Legislation RIS
The current Queensland legislation regulating animal exhibition is fragmented. Some exhibitors need multiple licences (each with their own fees and processes) because they are regulated under more than one Act. Also, there are gaps in coverage of some public safety and animal welfare risks. Some species cannot be exhibited at all, even if the associated risks can be minimised. Public consultation

Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill 2013
The Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation and Other Legislation Amendment Bill (the Bill) amends the Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act 2008 (RTRAA) to facilitate a smooth transfer of public housing tenancies to Community Housing Providers. The legislative amendments will enable a Community Housing Provider to capture Commonwealth Rent Assistance in the rent charged to

Agriculture and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2015
The Agriculture and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2015 amends ten Acts within the Agriculture and Fisheries portfolio. The Agriculture and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2015 will: clarify the interpretation and application of the existing legislation; address inconsistencies with Commonwealth legislation; reduce obligations for suppliers of permanent identification devices for cats and do

Guide Hearing and Assistance Dogs Amendment Bill 2015
In 2013, a full review of the Guide, Hearing and Assistance Dogs Act 2009 (the Act) commenced to ensure the Act continues to deliver on its objectives for people with disability as well as industry. A stakeholder review panel was established to assist in the review of the Act. The panel consisted of government and non-government representatives, including peak/advocacy bodies, tourism and housing

Exhibited Animals Bill 2015
The current Queensland legislation regulating animal exhibition is fragmented and there are gaps in the management of some animal welfare and safety risks. Some exhibitors need multiple licences (each with their own fees and processes) because they are regulated under more than one Act. Some species cannot be exhibited at all, even if the associated risks can be minimised. The reforms contained i

Racing Integrity Bill 2015
The Racing Integrity Bill 2015: establishes the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission and allows for the appointment of a full-time Racing Integrity Commissioner under the proposed Racing Integrity Act. amends the Racing Act 2002 to allow for a new seven member, Racing Queensland Board, and repeals the control boards, the Racing Animal Welfare and Integrity Board and the Racing Disciplinary Board

Queensland Crocodile Management and Code of Practice Review
In 2013, Crocodile Management Plans (CMPs) in four North Queensland council areas were implemented. These programs focused on crocodile removal to a greater spatial extent than previously specified. However, these changes were not underpinned by science to indicate whether more intensive removal would achieve meaningful improvements in public safety, or whether the removals would pose threats to t

Animal Management (Protecting Puppies) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2016
Significant animal welfare issues can arise if breeding dogs and their progeny are housed and/or managed in conditions that fail to meet the dogs' behavioural, social, psychological and/or physiological needs. The Animal Management (Protecting Puppies) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2016 (the Bill) amends the Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008 to require owners of breeding dogs to r

Appointments to Animal Welfare Advisory Board
The treatment of animals on farm, in transport and at the point of slaughter is becoming a significant and growing issue. The Government committed to establishing a new animal welfare advisory board comprising technical, community and industry representatives to advise the Minister on issues associated with the development and promotion of codes of practices for the humane treatment of animals.

Exhibited Animals Regulation 2016
The Exhibited Animals Act 2015 was passed on 11 June 2015 and will commence on 1 July 2016. The Act replaces six licensing schemes and provisions spread across four Acts with a single licensing scheme under a single Act. The Exhibited Animals Regulation 2016 will support the Exhibited Animals Act 2015. The Regulation comprises several elements, including prescribing certain lower-risk categories

Appointment of directors of Darling Downs-Moreton Rabbit Board
The Darling Downs-Moreton Rabbit Board is a statutory authority established as an invasive animal board under the Biosecurity Act 2014. The Act provides that the directors are appointed by the Minister for a term of no more than four years. The Board’s main function is to maintain the rabbit barrier fence and manage the European rabbit in the Darling Downs-Moreton rabbit district which is spread

Appointment of the directors of the Darling Downs-Moreton Rabbit Board
The Darling Downs-Moreton Rabbit Board is a statutory authority established as an invasive animal board under the Biosecurity Act 2014. The Act provides that the directors are appointed by the Minister for a term of no more than four years. The Board’s main function is to maintain the rabbit barrier fence and manage the European rabbit in the Darling Downs-Moreton rabbit district which is spread

Wild Dog Management in Queensland
Wild dogs are present in all areas of Queensland and have a number of adverse impacts including contributing to declining sheep numbers in western Queensland. In the fifteen years from 2001 to 2016, sheep numbers across Queensland fell over 80 per cent, from more than 7 million to 1.35 million. Whilst several factors may have contributed, anecdotally, many landholders cited wild dog impacts as th

Review of the Animal Care and Protection Act 2001 - Discussion Paper
On 8 December 2020, the Minister for Agricultural Industry Development and Fisheries and Minister for Rural Communities announced that the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF) would conduct a full review of the Animal Care and Protection Act 2001 (ACPA). A Discussion Paper has been prepared to facilitate consultation. The Discussion Paper sets out high level policy proposals for comment a