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This year, our Conference coincides with the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris. Over more than two weeks in the French capital, around 10,000 athletes will…

Rosa Edwards, Seafood NZ’s Inshore Protected Species Programme Lead, participated in an international working group to further explore better bycatch…

In our industry there is no such thing as snap decisions...just snapper decisions. And right now, there are big decisions being made – whether to…

Plant & Food Research’s new flume tank has opened the door to exciting developments in fishing, aquaculture and marine engineering.

Kaharoa II: The world-class setting a new benchmark NIWA’s Kaharoa II is currently on its way to New Zealand, where it’s set to become a familiar…

Howard Shadbolt was a small child when his parents emigrated from London to New Zealand. Money was tight - his father, Leslie, had been gassed while…

SnapCore’s AI camera technology, which can identify ‘moments of interest’, is being used widely on fishing vessels in the USA.

A long-time friendship between two fishers – a reccie and a commercial guy – and the establishment of a unique voluntary agreement has helped “calm…

For four generations, the Heberley family has called Arapaoa Island’s Okukari Bayhome. Situated at the mouth of the Tory Channel, this spot is about…

One of the best outcomes of the Blue Economy Innovation Summit, held recently in Nelson, has been the ripples of action that continue to emanate from…

This slightly shorter edition of The Update is coming to you earlier this week because tomorrow Aotearoa New Zealand celebrates the rising of the…

Over the past week there has been a fluttering of media activity around new fishing rules intended to help reduce seabird captures. From 1 October,…