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A legend of the gundog world has died aged 84
BASC is recruiting a new head of game and gamekeeping
A North Highland gamekeeper accidentally kills his girlfriend while cleaning his gun and then shoots himself
The Guardian’s coverage of Government plans to tackle TB through badger shooting is sensational
Faulds all set for 2012 Games
Shooters will soon be able to email notifications to the police firearms departments
A campaigning website has been launched by BASC Scotland
BBC admits its website report on children under 10 shooting without adult supervision and being "issued" with shotguns was "an error".
Projects to protect threatened blackgrouse and nesting hen harriers win unequal lottery funding
The broadcaster admits its website report on children under 10 being “issued” with shotguns was “an error”
A former firearms officer fears police cutbacks could lead to poor handling of shooters and a greater risk to public safety.
Historic Bisley is to stage its first-ever shooting show.
Well known sporting estates are chosen to pilot national standards of wildlife and habitat management in Scotland
The CIC UK National Trophy Commision has verified and recorded a new British roe record
A former firearms officer fears police cutbacks could lead to poor handling of shooters and a greater risk to public safety
THERE’S A minimum cash fund prize of £2,000 and £500 for the High Gun in the UK Championship at Orston SG, Nottinghamshire on April 24-25.
A gamekeeper from Kent is the first winner of the Bellamy Trophy. Launched last year, the award recognises those who display exceptional creativity and initiative in promoting the gamekeeper’s role in sustainable countryside management.
A three-year scheme to boost sea eagles in Scotland has been launched by Scottish Natural Heritage
Natural England attributes the dramatic enrichment of SSSIs to the work of upland gamekeepers.
The first winner of the Bellamy Trophy has been announced