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Parks Victoria is using contract marksmen as well as skilled, accredited and authorised volunteer members of the Australian Deer Association to undertake these operations.

Rabbit numbers in parts of Australia are at their lowest levels in more than 30 years.

African swine fever could potentially kill up to 25% of the world’s pig population.

The National Shooting Council’s Neil Jenkins puts the case that many state firearms registries may not have the requisite knowledge and experience to recategorize certain firearms.

What the government has done, is to criminalise being normal.

The Shooting Industry Foundation of Australia condemned a Bank of Queensland decision to deny a retail worker finance because of their employment with a Licensed Firearms Store.

Tasmania still view deer as a valuable resource and their focus is on maintaining a sensible balance between managing the impacts of wild deer on agricultural production and maintaining deer as a valued recreational hunting resource.

The story behind the biggest crocodile ever caught in Australia: How a petite Polish immigrant with perfectly manicured nails nailed an 8.6metre monster

Criticised for being an attempt at disassociating his title in the public eye from the mess that the NSW Firearms Registry generates.

The crackdown on poaching continues as we see another social media star fall to his own posts.

Hunting and shooting worth more than $2.4b a year to Australian economy and supports nearly 20,000 jobs.

Pigs are showing up in places where they have never been seen across Victoria.

Legislation changes for managing feral deer in NSW may increase illegal hunting.

In August 2019 it was announced that 365 Precision Training had their range closed by the NSW Firearms Registry. Since the announcement, the support from the shooting and hunting community has been tremendous.