Pyrenees Shire Council is understood to be investigating allegations of animal cruelty at a property in the shire.
Shire CEO, Jim Nolan, said officers had visited a property on several occasions following a report of breaches of the mandatory Code of Practice for domestic animal businesses.
Two defibrillators are to be placed in Beaufort’s main shopping precinct while another is planned for Skipton.
“The two intended for Beaufort have been provided by the hospital. The third defibrillator and the alarmed cabinets have been funded by the Beaufort Service Group,” Beaufort ambulance officer, Luke Young, said.
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