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Council GM reveals details about weeks-long horse slaughter investigation

Andrew Pearson
Taylor Dodge
Updated April 20 2024 - 8:44pm, first published April 17 2024 - 2:00pm
Wagga City Council general manager Peter Thompson addresses the media following revelations hundreds of horses were found slaughtered on a rural property near Wagga. Picture by Les Smith
Wagga City Council general manager Peter Thompson addresses the media following revelations hundreds of horses were found slaughtered on a rural property near Wagga. Picture by Les Smith

Details about hundreds of horses being found slaughtered on a rural property near Wagga have emerged after one of the city's councillors publicly revealed information from a confidential briefing on a weeks-long investigation.

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Andrew Pearson

Andrew grew up in the western Riverina town of Hay and has strong ties to the region. He is a former DA journo who has a passion for breaking news and has covered everything from council and politics to crime and court.

Taylor Dodge

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