Well done to everyone that took part in the Victorian duck opening. Record compliance and attendance has only strengthened the duck hunting in Victoria. Read more
Deer hunters will have access to an extra 90,000ha of Victoria’s Alpine National Park and all deer species after one of the biggest changes to park access rules in three decades.
The NSW Federation of Hunting Clubs has made us aware of the dog's breakfast that the Local Land Services Draft Pest Management Plan documents are.
From the minute the claim was made that the AFP had made a 5600 firearm haul, firearm owners were calling fake news.
A Damning report into Victoria’s duck shooting regulator has found it is ineffective.
“It’s absolutely disgusting that she would go over there and try and destroy the kangaroo industry"
This mummified dog who was found by loggers inside a tree trunk 20 years after he got stuck.
Tasmania's Liberal government would allow deer-hunting in national parks and put deer back on the menu.
Sambar Deer have not yet been controlled using aerial shooting in Victoria. Parks Victoria is interested in trialling this approach in Victoria, in collaboration with NSW.
"The RSPCA is opposed to recreational hunting, of the act of stalking or pursuing an animal".
The David Dunstan saga may be over, however we’re hoping it will leave a legacy for the benefit of shooters in New South Wales, and elsewhere.
A well supported open letter to the Gympie Times from Daryl Brenton has opened some eyes.
After a week of victim blaming from the anti's, Six men - all in their teens or early 20s and described as members of a "Middle Eastern crime syndicate" - have been arrested over last week's armed robbery at a gun shop in Melbourne's north.
Four defending champions, a gold medal winner and a host of debutantes will be among the 28 athletes to take to the shooting range at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Western NSW hunters and landholders are being warned to be vigilant after a serious disease was found in nine feral pigs following routine blood testing.
Three years into the kangaroo fertility trial, the ACT government has spent over $600,000 to deliver a contraceptive to 135 kangaroos, and a placebo to 10 more.