The hunt denied reports that hounds entered people’s gardens where a fox was killed despite photographic evidence.
MSPs will be told next week that not enough is being done to combat the illegal practice of badger baiting by criminal gangs in Scotland.
The out-of-control dogs strayed from their trail onto Willow Burn Hospice's grounds during the Braes of Derwent Hunt in County Durham
The Bristol Hunt Saboteurs claim the men had chased a fox into a badger's den and said they were trying to save it
Off duty PC Claire Ford was understood to be alongside the Cheshire Forest Hunt when it clashed with activists who disrupted the ride.
Sadly, the badger has since been put down. The RPSCA and the Warwickshire Badger Group have appealed for information so that the culprit to be found.
Crime commissioner Lord Willy Bach was observing the policing of the event and said he was shocked to see the bodies of the animals "ripped to bits by hounds".
A dog believed to have been used for badger baiting has been found with part of her jaw missing in Brownhills.
An anti-hunting campaigner claims to have filmed the moment a hunt supporter allegedly slashed her tyre with a knife during a roadside clash.
A dog believed to have been used for badger baiting which was found infested with maggots on Walney has been put to sleep.
Second police force closes case involving allegation that a fox was illegally killed despite video showing dead fox carried in hound's jaws
Trouble flared at Colne Valley Beagles meet at Scammonden
Police are investigating following incident at Atherstone Hunt in Leicestershire
The train reportedly used its horns to warn the hunters, who were on the tracks as well.
George Adams and John Mease appeared at Peterborough Magistrates’ Court, both men are charged with hunting a fox with dogs on New Years’ Day,
Gruesome footage shows a fox being killed after it was set upon by about 20 Atherstone Hunt hounds
A Scottish SPCA undercover inspector said a post-mortem examination "conclusively" proved that it had been killed by dogs.
A farm worker whose terriers suffered injuries while being used to hunt foxes has been told he could be banned from keeping animals.
A gang of men who were “laughing and celebrating” as they killed four badgers by setting dogs on them in a “truly barbaric” act have been jailed.
Liam Pointon, of The Paddock, Wilberfoss, pleaded guilty to attempting to kill a badger.