New requirement to list magazines on firearms certificates discussed in depth at meeting between BASC Northern Ireland and Paul Givan MLA.
Post-Brexit rules on pet travel in and out of Northern Ireland set to be costly.
This is excellent news for those businesses that have suffered as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
BASC members in Northern Ireland are being invited to hone their shooting techniques and view the latest range of equipment at a rifle range day on Saturday 18 April
The Value of Shooting to Northern Ireland’s economy, countryside and social well-being were highlighted to the chair of the Northern Ireland Assembly’s Agriculture Committee
A firearms licensing and fees working group, involving all relevant stakeholders, must be set up by the NI Department of Justice (DoJ) to examine all issues involving firearms licensing and to increase transparency and accountability in the administration of firearms law in Northern Ireland.
The NI Justice Committee has urged Department of Justice (DoJ) officials to rethink their latest proposal to significantly increase firearms licensing fees. The department’s latest proposals on a range of firearms issues were debated during a meeting of the Justice Committee at Stormont yesterday, Wednesday 18 June.
Farmers are being urged to help protect Northern Ireland’s native red squirrel by taking advantage of the joint pest control scheme run by the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) and the Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU).
BASC has responded to a consultation on how marine conservation zones (MCZ) will be created and managed in Northern Ireland over the next two years. The consultation was issued by the Department of Environment and ended on 31st January 2014.