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World Fisheries Day 2021 hears calls to halt exploitation of fishers
Global fish stocks report misses mark
Western Australia celebrates World Fisheries Day
World Fisheries Day 2021
2021 AFMA Stakeholder Survey
Acadia First Nation joining Bear River and Annapolis Valley First Nations in fishing
Updated approved VMS units for Commonwealth fisheries
Virtual seminars focus on maritime security
Chairs sought for various Management Advisory Committees
Chairs sought for various Resource Assessment Groups
$7.4 million funding to expand sustainable community fisheries management in Pacific
Australian Border Force targeting illegal foreign fishing in Australia’s Northern waters
Update on IOT fisheries management
Antarctic research priority – public call for research proposals
Canada wraps up Operation North Pacific Guard to combat global illegal fishing
Scientists call for an end to harmful fishing subsidies
We must fight harder for our Great Barrier Reef as global icon reaches 40 years of World Heritage
Public call for expressions of interest for potential AFMA funding
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Tribal Wildlife Grants Provide Opportunities for Partnerships
Fish scientists win hall of fame honour
Response to reports of Indonesian fishing boats close to Australian mainland
SESSF operators reminded to understand and follow State species possession and trip limits
Marine Aquaculture Research Bill out for public comment
Satellite tracker shows juvenile Antipodean albatross bycaught in high seas
Anglers need tailored messaging to inspire action on invasive species
Fish stocks report shows urgent reforms needed to counter climate crisis impacts
Public comment: Co-management in Commonwealth fisheries
Ambitious project to reverse decades of pollution in Norfolk broad
Fishery status reports released 14 October
Interim understanding reached that will see Bear River and Annapolis Valley First Nations members fishing
Marine heatwaves could wipe out an extra six per cent of country’s fish catches, costing millions their jobs
New working group fresh take on freshwater fisheries management
New general manager to lead Biosecurity Tasmania
UK Government announces outcome of EU fishing licence applications
Researchers develop new way to age lobsters
Electronic catch disposal records now available through elog software providers
Managing fisheries in changing climate
First complete national assessment of Australia’s sharks and rays
Industry Member sought for South East Management Advisory Committee
‘Blue food revolution’ to tackle climate change and malnutrition
Blue food revolution
Public call for research proposals for potential AFMA funding in 2022/23
New trial removes ghostly killers from our ocean
New research provides useful genetic resource of farm-raised kuruma shrimp
£24 million for cutting-edge science and fisheries
Marine Protected Area status can boost fish populations by almost 400%
Sharks and rays under threat
WWF Statement on New Shark and Ray Assessment