This week, greyhound racing became illegal in the ACT. Depending who you're talking to, that's either worth celebration or it's total "bullshit".
The Orange, Wollongong and Canterbury byelections have pitted Mike Baird against his biggest frenemy, Alan Jones.
A pro-greyhound racing lobby group has celebrated the Baird government's backflip by threatening participants in the inquiry that led to the ban.
Mike Baird's backflip in greyhound racing will alienate voters already unhappy with politics as usual. But hey, it's only animals, right?
As The Daily Telegraph raged against Mike Baird's greyhound racing ban, parent company News Corp was buying gambling website punters.com.au.
Medical experimentation on greyhounds continues in Melbourne, with researchers guaranteed dogs by the Victorian government's refusal to shut down the greyhound exploitation industry.
Mike Baird's plan to ban greyhound racing has come back to bite for both major parties.
The Baird government's ban on greyhound racing reflects an industry unable and unwilling to reform itself and an industry engaged in industrial-scale cruelty for no benefit.