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Encouraging increased participation from Tasmanian junior anglers
Minister Jordan announces long-term commercial closures and Licence Retirement Program
Economics Members sought for Resource Assessment Group and Management Advisory Committee
Remember to send your e-monitoring hard drive to AFMA
Marine heatwaves, zombie kina, and why MPAs need careful thought
Saving seabirds 19 June 2021
Government taking action to protect albatross
Global Environment Facility approves over $46.6 million to support FAO-led projects
Wider roll-out of cameras on boats to support sustainability and protect marine life
Fisheries need you
Leading scientists warn of global impacts as Antarctic nears tipping points
Budget backs farmers in uncertain times
UK and EU agreement on catch levels for 2021
77th AFMA Commission Meeting – Chairman’s Summary
UK and EU sign agreement on catch levels for 2021
Why Indigenous knowledge should be an essential part of how we govern world’s oceans
Canada continues fight against Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing
Operation Jawline intercepts 19 illegal foreign fishing vessels
76th AFMA Commission Meeting – Chairman’s summary
Illegal foreign fishing vessels boarded and destroyed
Declining fish biodiversity poses risks for human nutrition
Managing local conditions could help coral reefs persevere in face of climate crisis
Combining perspective from social and natural sciences reveals factors critical for success of marine protected areas
Surveying for scallops
Indonesia and Australia conduct joint maritime cooperation, Operation Gannet 5
Fishers must report all catch – even catch for personal use
New fishery working groups hook into sustainable fisheries management
Officers net illegal native fish trade in Mildura
Inquiry into Defence relationships in Pacific Report tabled
Breakthrough study shows no-take marine reserves benefit overfished reefs
Fisheries and Oceans Canada and commercial prawn fishery industry work
Tackling ghostly killers in our oceans
Angling 4.0: What happens when nature meets technology?
Members sought for Management Advisory Committees
Marine conservationists welcome funding for cameras on boats
Study first to explore combined impacts of fishing and ocean warming on fish populations
Way forward on IOT fisheries management
Year round cod fishing on way for Western Victoria
New Zealand leading world to eliminate fishing subsidies
Walls of death: fisheries threaten livelihoods in Indian Ocean, report reveals
Industry support VMS to monitor Commonwealth fisheries
South East snapper fishery closed as quota snapped up
Chairs sought for Management Advisory Committees
University research supports byelaw to protect inshore waters
Review of wetland plans up for community comment
Still fit for purpose – future-focused Fishing Act of 1996
New insights into close encounters between albatross and fishing vessels could reduce bycatch risk
Conservation Member sought for Resource Assessment Group