Four more people have been charged as part of an investigation into live baiting in Queensland's greyhound racing industry.Four more people have been charged as part of an investigation into live baiting in Queensland’s greyhound racing industry.

NSW’s racing codes are lining up to oppose any move to implement an independent regulatory authority in the state after an inquiry into the embattled Queensland greyhound racing industry recommended a similar model.

Thoroughbred racing and harness racing officials are understood to be reluctant to consider such a template after the Queensland greyhound racing inquiry’s commissioner Alan MacSporran, QC, was scathing in his criticism of Racing Queensland in the wake of the live baiting scandal.