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26 August 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Five Marine Reserves Announced For West Coast
NEW ZEALAND - Five new marine reserves, including the two largest in mainland New Zealand, are to be established on the South Island’s West Coast, Minister of...
24 August 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Ministerial Inquiry Panel And TOR Announced
NEW ZEALAND - The Ministerial Inquiry panel members and the Terms of Reference (TOR) for the inquiry into the operation of fishing vessels, including foreign charter...
19 August 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Sustainable Farming Fund Open To Aquaculture
NEW ZEALAND - A government fund that supports community-led growth and innovation in the rural sector has been widened to include aquaculture....
18 August 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand New Law Supports Sustainable Aquaculture
NEW ZEALAND - A new legislation passed sets the legal framework needed to support growth in the aquaculture sector, says Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister Phil...
11 August 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Loss Of Quota Rights - Amendment Bill Changes
NEW ZEALAND - The Government's proposed additions to the Aquaculture Amendment Bill, particularly the introduction of arbitration, is a major breach of quota owners'...
08 August 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Lobster Robbers Feel The Pinch
NEW ZEALAND - Two men have been apprehended at Kurnell for possession of live eastern rock lobsters alleged to have been taken in illegally set traps. ...
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Amendments Strengthen Aquaculture Legislation
NEW ZEALAND - Supplementary Orders proposed for inclusion in the Aquaculture Legislation Amendment Bill (No 3) will strengthen the legislation and unleash Maori...
04 August 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand MPs To Inquire Into Fishing Industry Job Losses
NEW ZEALAND - The Service and Food Workers Union Nga Ringa Tota, representing over 2,000 workers in the seafood industry, will ask members of the Primary Production...
02 August 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Porthole Offers View Of Marine Pests
NEW ZEALAND - A new web portal offers a previously unseen record of the marine pests that threaten New Zealand’s (NZ) marine environment....
01 August 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Mussel Powder Benefits Arthitis Sufferers
NEW ZEALAND - Clinical trial results have confirmed the benefits of Aroma NZ green shell mussel health extract for arthritis sufferers....
15 July 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Ministerial Inquiry Into Foreign Charter Vessels
NEW ZEALAND - A Ministerial Inquiry will consider the operation of Foreign Charter Vessels (FCVs) in New Zealand’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ) waters....
06 July 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand New Total Allowable Catch Quotas Set
NEW ZEALAND - The New South Wales Department of Primary Industries (NSW DPI) has announced that the NSW Total Allowable Commercial Catch (TAC) for lobster will be...
30 June 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Intervention Needed To Save Waituna Lagoon
NEW ZEALAND - The New Zealand Green Party has called for action to save the Waituna Lagoon. ...
22 June 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Hoki Stocks Recovered
NEW ZEALAND - Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister, Phil Heatley, is praising the strong fisheries management practices and decisive joint Ministry and industry action...
15 June 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Fisheries Minister Addresses Seafood Conference
NEW ZEALAND - In a speech to the Seafood Industry Council Conference, Minister of Fisheries, Phil Heatley, discussed the progress of New Zealand’s (NZ) fishing...
08 June 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand South Pacific Fisheries Convention Ratified
NEW ZEALAND – A new convention to manage fisheries in the South Pacific has been confirmed by the New Zealand Foreign Minister Murray McCully and Fisheries and...
06 June 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Sealord Must Change Unsustainable Practice
NEW ZEALAND - Greenpeace has launched a campaign towards New Zealand (NZ) seafood giant Sealord, urging them to change what is inside the can, not the label....
26 May 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Call For Ocean Protection
NEW ZEALAND - A study commissioned and released by WWF New Zealand (NZ), in collaboration with Colmar Brunton polling, has revealed that New Zealanders want more...
19 May 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Aquaculture Amendment Bill (3): Second Reading
NEW ZEALAND - The New Zealand government is one step closer to finalising the Aquaculture Amendment Bill (No. 3) after a successful second reading. ...
17 May 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Salmon Impresses In Global Taste Awards
NEW ZEALAND – New Zealand King Salmon has again achieved outstanding results at the prestigious International Taste & Quality Institute (ITQI) Superior Taste Awards,...
11 May 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Malaysian Researcher Wins Fish Technology Award
NEW ZEALAND - Ms Clara Bah, a researcher at the Department of Food Science, University of Otago in New Zealand has won the first ever Peter Howgate Award for young...
09 May 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Tuna Fishery Conditions Increase Sustainability
NEW ZEALAND - The International Seafood Sustainability Foundation (ISSF) announced on Friday 6th May that conditions placed on the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)...
28 April 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Malaysian Researcher Wins Fish Technology Award
NEW ZEALAND - Clara Bah, a researcher at the Department of Food Science, University of Otago, has won the first ever Peter Howgate Award for young fish technologists....
06 April 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Putting PAID To Paua Poaching
NEW ZEALAND - The Ministry of Fisheries today announced the culmination of one of the longest and most comprehensive paua poaching operations in New Zealand’s...
01 April 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Marlborough Blue Cod Fishery Reopens
NEW ZEALAND - Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister Phil Heatley will be in Marlborough today to celebrate the re-opening of the blue cod fishery in the Marlborough...
29 March 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Rock Lobster Catch Limits Announced
NEW ZEALAND - Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister Phil Heatley has decided catch limits for rock lobster (crayfish) fisheries to apply from 1 April this year. ...
25 March 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand New Catch Limits For Southern Blue Whiting
NEW ZEALAND - Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister Phil Heatley has announced new catch limits for two southern blue whiting stocks from 1 April 2011....
24 March 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Otago Paua Poaching Shut Down
NEW ZEALAND - Fishery Officers supported by Police have terminated an operation aimed at the activities of a group of poachers who have allegedly been harvesting...
21 March 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Set Net Fishing Banned In Two Areas
NEW ZEALAND - The Ministry of Fisheries has announced decisions flowing from a review of the closure of two areas to set net fishing. ...
16 March 2011
Global Fish Farming News from New Zealand Record Sentences In Illegal Fishing Cases
NEW ZEALAND - The Ministry of Fisheries has witnessed the conclusion in the District Court at Wellington of a lengthy operation involving extensive illegal commercial...
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