LSS general manager Garry Robinson suggested the delay was linked to the leakage of the handful of cattle from the approved supply chain in Gaza. Interesting... given that DAFF has not approved consignments of cattle for Gaza since November when it began investigating allegations raised in the Israeli media.
Mr Robinson warned a zero-tolerance approach to leakage could cost lucrative live trade markets. We havent noticed that zero tolerance approach Mr Robinson. It seems that where LSS is concerned, nothing is an obstacle (well at least not for very long).
The Bader III eventually left Fremantle on Friday.