The Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) has released new guidelines on releasing grey partridges, a move which it hopes will help re-establish grey partridge populations throughout the country.
Dorchester southern shooting ground has been chosen by the world governing body for the sport of shooting, the ISSF, to host one of four Shotgun World Cups in 2010.
The constant rise in rural property prices has made the building of more affordable housing vital to the survival of our rural communities.
More than 200 pheasants have been killed and stolen from the grounds of the Hopetoun Estate in West Lothian, Scotland.
A charity calendar featuring gamekeepers and a variety of figures from the shooting world will be launched at the Scottish Game Fair this summer.
Dave Harper, a former BBC environment correspondent and soldier, has taken up the post of head of press relations for BASC.
Almost 40 students from Sussex tried their hand at a number of field sports last week, in an event organised by the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC).
Fully decorated with Beretta logos, both inside and out, the taxi aims to promote Beretta's flagship store, The Beretta Gallery, 36 St James's Street, London.
The South & West Wilts Hunt has raised £5,000 for the Countryside Alliances Campaign for Shooting for the second year running.
The Hook Norton brewery has hosted a Taste of Game evening, with 50 diners enjoying a game buffet and beer tasting.
Rachel Evans has taken up the post of regional director for south, west and mid-Wales.
Steve Bloomfield has been unveiled as BASC's new regional director for the Midlands.