Latest News from SSAA NSW

Dec
21
The SSAA NSW Office will be closed from Thursday 20 December and re-open on Monday 7 January 2019. On behalf of all the staff at SSAA NSW, we would like to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and a safe and happy New Year.    
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Dec
17
SSAA NSW welcomes Jai Rowell as new ED & CEO The Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (NSW) Inc. (SSAA NSW) today confirmed the appointment of long-standing Member for Wollondilly and former NSW Government Minister, Jai Rowell, as its incoming Executive Director & Chief Executive Officer. Mr Rowell announced in February he would retire from a long career in politics after having served first in local government and then State Parliament. SSAA NSW President, Lance Miller said Mr...
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Sep
19
As many of you are already aware, QBE’s Global Underwriting Committee recently agreed on a change in QBE’s risk appetite for insuring the sale and/or manufacturing of firearms as well as firearms organisations, associations and clubs. SSAA General Insurance Brokers currently have facilities in place with QBE to underwrite the SSAA Members’ Firearms Insurance, property insurance for SSAA affiliate clubs and branches and SSAA’s Group Personal Accident and Liability Insurances. Due to the...
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Sep
10
For those of you who have received your latest NSW Shooter Quarterly Update, you would have read the extract of our interview with Senator David Leyonhjlem, of the Liberal Democrats. As promised we are providing the entirety of the interview for you to read, in PDF format, by clicking here (Article must be opened to click link).
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Jun
12
The Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (NSW) Inc. “SSAA NSW” has slammed the Australian Broadcasting Corporation “ABC” for a biased and deceptive article on its’ online platforms. SSAA NSW Executive Director Diana Melham has called for the ABC to correct the record in the article, “Gun sales at controversial HuntFest festival raise ire as photographers take aim at event”, after misleading statements were published. “The article references comments made by known anti-fir...
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