Role of GRICG
Established under the Greyhound Racing Act 2009, the Greyhound Racing Industry Consultation Group (GRICG) has the function of consulting with and making recommendations to Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW) on matters concerning greyhound racing in New South Wales.
The Board of GRNSW is committed to developing and ensuring that GRICG is an active channel for consultation and discussion of industry issues.
The members of GRICG are honorary and no remuneration is payable to them in respect of the duties they perform.
The current membership of GRICG is as follows:
Stakeholders are encouraged to put forward ideas and raise any issues regarding greyhound racing in NSW directly with GRICG via email at email@example.com or via post at the following address:
Greyhound Racing Industry Consultation Group
PO Box 245
Richmond NSW 2753
GRICG is required to meet at least six times a year. Agendas and minutes from meetings held to date are listed below:
29 July 2014
Minutes - Click here to download - (PDF, 467KB)
6 May 2014
Minutes - Click here to download (PDF, 482KB)
18 March 2014
Minutes - Click here to download (PDF, 393KB)
28 January 2014
Minutes – Click here to download (PDF, 543KB)
For copies of Agendas and Minutes of meetings prior to 2014, please contact GRNSW on (02) 8767 0500.
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