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Farm-ready research delivered direct to CQ grain growers
Pygmy perch makes a comeback
Changes to list of approved VMS units in Commonwealth fisheries
Impersonation charges at Gympie
Canada appoints Federal Special Representative to facilitate discussions between commercial lobster industry
Biography – Allister Surette
Canada and Nova Scotia Launch $1M Program to Protect Farm Workers
Gascoyne RED Grants supporting business recovery
We need a safety net for biodiversity
Beating bad behaviour during operation shoreline at Lake Burrumbeet
Fish bred at Environment Agency’s fish farm used for rehabilitation of armed forces
Good news for bream numbers in Gippsland Lakes
Reeling in a $10,000 tagged trout
Defra seeks views on expanding use of monitoring technology on fishing boats
Early-arriving endangered Chinook salmon take brunt of sea lion predation on Columbia
Enjoy outdoors this Gone Fishing Day
‘Gone Fishing Day’ lures fishos online in 2020
Drought-recovery flow for native fish in Severn River
Drought-recovery flow for native fish in Severn River
Bunker Bay gets two new-generation shark monitoring receivers
Paddock Practices: Grain protectant guide for growers ahead of storage
Chair sought for Management Advisory Committee – Bass Strait Central Zone Scallop Fishery
How top predators and fisheries can survive on same prey
ETBF seabird mmitigation and reporting requirements
Canada Partnering with Indigenous Coastal Communities to Enhance Marine Safety in Nunavut and Manitoba
UK Government consults on new measures to boost fishing industry and coastal communities
Scientists release previously unseen footage showing environmental impacts of pot fishing
Joint taskforce targets invasive pest species
Inland Fisheries Service Annual Report
CSIRO busts evidence of illegal fishing and associated crime
Spring nesting flow for drought-hit Murray cod in Macquarie River
Australian fisheries stocks continue to be sustainably managed
Climate impacts could put major fishery, food security at risk in East Africa
Vegetable Cold Storage Facilities Will Grow Food Self-Sufficiency
Canada marks delivery of Canadian Coast Guard Ship John Cabot, final Offshore Fisheries Science Vessel built under
Waitrose Science Day offers food for thought
Cost not a hurdle to modernising Queensland’s Shark Control Program
Fishery status reports released
Man apprehended in North East illegal fishing investigation
Maugean skate vulnerable to Macquarie Harbour environmental conditions
Former director charged with making a false statement
Canadian Coast Guard accepting student applications for 2021 Inshore Rescue Boat season
Rock oyster research moves to Pilbara
New bag limit for cockle collection
Stonker rainbows released for metro family fun
FAO Director-General calls for transformational change in way we manage our forests and food systems that depend
New recreational fishing app ready to download
Oil and gas infrastructures become fish havens