Three-month amnesty, the first since Port Arthur massacre in 1996, announced due to ‘deteriorating national security environment’

The Australian federal government is to call a three month national gun amnesty, the first since the Port Arthur massacre in Tasmania in 1996.

The amnesty is being held against a backdrop of an increased threat of terrorism and ongoing shootings and gun violence across the country.

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