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  1. A new era of leadership for AHA

    26 Nov 2019

    It was the end of an era at Animal Health Australia’s (AHA) Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Tuesday 26 November, as the company said farewell to Chairman Peter Milne AM and welcomed incoming Chair, ...
  2. Top tips to protect Australia’s biosecurity

    20 Nov 2019

    As we move into the festive season, leading to an increase in travellers and mail moving in and out of the country, the risk of an exotic disease entering Australia is heightened. <!-- AddThis Adva...
  3. Joint statement from Australia’s Chief Veterinary Officer and Chief Medical Officer on how Australians can reduce antibiotic resistance

    20 Nov 2019

    World Antibiotic Awareness Week, 18 – 24 November 2019 Antibiotics are an essential part of modern medicine; they are used to treat a range of bacterial infections in humans and animals. Unfortunate...
  4. Thinking of feeding RAM? Here’s why you shouldn’t

    12 Nov 2019

    Diseases that can have a serious impact on livestock and human health can be spread by providing contaminated feed products to livestock. Every livestock producer has a responsibility to help keep Aus...
  5. NSHMP growing by leaps and bounds

    28 Oct 2019

    More sheep producers have access to carcass data to inform their animal health management strategy than ever before following another growth year for the National Sheep Health Monitoring Project (NSHM...
  6. AHA welcomes its first female Chair

    02 Oct 2019

    Animal Health Australia (AHA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Sharon Starick (pictured right) as the incoming Chair, elected by the AHA board directors at their board meeting held in Adel...
  7. One stop shop for biosecurity

    29 Aug 2019

    Australia’s biosecurity system is a vital part of safeguarding our primary industries, our environment and our communities. A new website released on 19 August will help Australians find out what we...
  8. Media Release: Building capability among biosecurity emergency responders

    05 Aug 2019

    Australia’s government biosecurity personnel now have greater access to professional development and training through two qualifications developed as part of the Biosecurity Emergency Response Train...
  9. AAPSP Roadshow is back for 2019

    09 Jul 2019

    The AAPSP is pleased to welcome Dr Francisco Uzal to Australia for the 2019 Annual Pathology Roadshow. Dr Uzal is Professor of Diagnostic Pathology and Chief of the San Bernardino branch of the Califo...
  10. Fast fines prompted by animal activism

    20 Jun 2019

    Queensland farmers and livestock producers are being urged to review their biosecurity management plans and signage to ensure new laws can be enforced against unauthorised entry to their properties. Q...