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The owner of an Auckland gun store ram-raided last night will do everything he can to avoid a repeat attack, he says.
Papua New Guinea's prime minister has announced a temporary amnesty for the surrender of unlicensed firearms.
Papua New Guinea police officers are to be placed under more scrutiny over the use of firearms.
The discipline process within the Papua New Guinea police force is to undergo a transformation. Audio
Six months after a member of the Diplomatic Protection Service left a loaded handgun in a bathroom at Parliament, police say their investigation is still continuing.
The number of guns seized in New Zealand is significantly under-reported, making it difficult to assess the extent of firearms use, the Police Association says.
Conservation officials are warning of a crackdown on illegal hunters, especially those hunting after dark on public land, as the spring season gets under way.
The Police Association has warned of the likelihood of a mass killing in New Zealand due to a ready availability of semi-automatic weapons.
An internal review of how police administer and monitor firearms is likely to lead to law changes, including allowing people to apply for a gun licence online.
Democrats of the US Congress are refusing to leave the floor of the House of Representatives in an effort to force a vote on gun control laws.
There will be more illegal firearm owners if proposed changes to firearms training and licensing go ahead, warns Rural Women New Zealand. Audio
Eleven submachine guns and assault rifles have been stolen from a gun collector's safe in the Far North town of Dargaville.
There is a "major problem" with illegal gun possession and those working on a new inquiry will be shocked by what they find, says the Police Association. Audio
The Police Minister Judith Collins has backing from Labour MPs for an inquiry into how criminals are obtaining high powered firearms. Audio
Calls by Labour and the Police Association for an inquiry into the use and availability of guns in New Zealand are gaining support.
Police in Waikato are warning people with guns to obey safety rules after several cases of owners bringing loaded firearms into shops for repair.
The US President Barack (b'rark) Obama is to widen background checks on buyers of firearms, in a series of measures to address gun violence. He'll announce the plans tomorrow, despite opposition from… Audio
Hunter and gun safety expert Brad Johnson talks about why the shooting of takahe on Motutapu Island shouldn't have happened. Audio
The latest now on the firearms callout in Rotorua. Audio
Two people have been hurt in a firearms alert in Rotorua this afternoon. Video, Audio