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Victorian hunting could be turned upside down if the new Animal Welfare Act receives the changes that are being pushed from animal welfare and green organizations.

After an incredible amount of work from the Shooters Union team, they are proud to launch the first-ever pro-shooting voting app in Australia; How To Vote Pro-Gun.

An environmental crisis in NSW national parks looms after the fallout from two decades of failed horse control.

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The book opens with a comment that the Australian Gun Control debate barely qualifies as a debate at all.

Police have no idea how two rusa deer were spotted in the inner city suburb.

The inquest heard the majority of NSW Firearms Registry staff did not understand how to determine who was a "fit and proper person" to hold a gun licence when Edwards was granted a gun permit in 2017.

Police are investigating the shooting of 30 horses valued at $500,000 at Victoria River's Killarney Station. It's alleged that two members of a sporting shooters association committed the reckless crime.

Local business owners are shattered about the tourism implications long term and the kick in the guts of having the park shut over the first week of school holidays right after COVID.

John Barilaro believes its fine for deer, wild dog, goat and fox populations to be culled from the National Parks but not horses.

Once again NSW hunters are over looked as an option to control feral animal populations as the largest aerial shooting program ever conducted in NSW national parks and reserves kicks off next week.

Registry decisions have never been good, but over recent months they have become worse. Now reasoning is not apparent from a primary decision.

"The largest landholder of feral-pig affected lands is the state of Queensland".

Responsible, legitimate recreational shooters are again being targeted by the Andrews Labor Government.