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Australia

23 July 2011

Sydney Morning Herald

BUSHWALKERS and picnickers face a greater risk of being shot in NSW's state forests because the Coalition government has opened the gates to hunters, a Labor MP says. In less than 110 days, the state government has approved 3832 restricted hunting licences for state forests, the opposition environment spokesman, Luke Foley, said yesterday. "Over this term of government, at this rate, there'll be an extra 5000 hunters in our state forests," Mr Foley... (GunPolicy.org)

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