Welsh Assembly

Welsh businesses honoured

The Rural Oscars, otherwise known as the Countryside Alliance Awards, has celebrated its tenth anniversary with a ‘Champion of Champions’ event, awarding former Welsh title holders. The winners were voted for in a public vote, with all previous winners competing. Prizes

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Licence to Kill

John Bryan emphasises the importance of being up to speed with the latest General Licences, and the conditions of use to look out for   Anyone involved in vermin control should be familiar with the broad legislation, such as the

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Green Shoots presented to Welsh Assembly

An example of the benefits which shooting brings to conservation has been recognised by the Welsh Assembly Government. The BASC Green Shoots mapping program has received acknowledgement in the Welsh parliament. The National Assembly for Wales’s Environment and Sustainability Committee

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Culling adversity

David Barrington Barnes suggests single-issue focus groups, vote-watching politicians and lengthy licensing procedures are making wildlife management harder than it needs to be Should you discover the corner of a wheat field where the crop is destroyed by the fresh

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Welsh MP’s claims “ridiculous”

Calls for stricter firearms law in the UK from Welsh Assembly members have elicited a swift response from BASC. Plaid Cymru member Chris Franks called for a review of the law after learning that 533 Welsh people under 18 have

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