Deputy Premier John Barilaro commits to bring greyhounds to Queanbeyan

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Updated November 8 2017 - 12:07pm, first published November 7 2017 - 9:45am
ACT Greyhound Racing Club chairman Alan Tutt has welcomed news local trainers will have a home in Queanbeyan if the ACT ban goes ahead. Photo: Dion Georgopoulos
ACT Greyhound Racing Club chairman Alan Tutt has welcomed news local trainers will have a home in Queanbeyan if the ACT ban goes ahead. Photo: Dion Georgopoulos

New South Wales deputy premier John Barilaro has reconfirmed his determination to bring greyhound racing back to Queanbeyan as the ACT moves forward with its ban of the sport.

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Elliot Williams

Canberra Times journalist

I've been a reporter with The Canberra Times since 2017 and as a proud Canberran it's been an honour to tell the stories of my hometown. I'm currently reporting on the public service and examining the ins and outs of a very important part of our city. Email: elliot.williams@canberratimes.com.au