Monday, 15 December 2014
Countryside Alliance Director of Campaigns Tim Bonner writes: The cosmetics company LUSH has become a high street staple selling soap and smelly stuff from 105 shops across the UK and Ireland, as well as online. It is keen to promote its 'ethical' and campaigning image and, whilst the majority of its policies and the campaigns it supports are mainstream and harmless, dark secrets lurk in the background.
Wednesday, 10 December 2014
All Firearms Dealers should now be in receipt of the dealers implementation letter from PSNI FEB, Be advised that these new requirements are not instead of electronic registers, they are the law from the 31 December 2014 regardless of whether you have a paper or electronic register.
Monday, 17 November 2014
The Department of Justice and Equality invites interested parties to make submissions on the joint An Garda Síochána / Department of Justice and Equality Working Group Report on the Review of Firearms Licensing.
Thursday, 13 November 2014
Countryside Alliance Ireland (CAI) welcomes the decision by the Department of Justice for Northern Ireland (DOJNI) that it is not a requirement for Firearms Dealers (FD) in Northern Ireland to hold records electronically. This decision brings Northern Ireland into compliance with the amendments to the European Firearms Directive, which come in to force on 31 December 2014, as part of the UK decentralised electronic record keeping of firearms.
Wednesday, 5 November 2014
Whilst almost all Countryside Alliance Ireland (CAI) members will join the organisation because of a love of the countryside and an appreciation for the work that the CAI does to defend and promote country sports and rural life, some may also sign up to take advantage of the range of benefits that are offered as part of the membership.
Tuesday, 4 November 2014
The Irish Red Grouse Association (IRGA) recently hosted a very successful Moorland Management Day for Farming and Wildlife on Keadeen Mountain, Co Wicklow. The location on Keadeen Mountain was chosen as the award winning Grouse Conservation Project, lead by, Fr Seamus O’Neill of the Kiltegan Missionary Society with the assistance of the local sheep farmers.