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A love of seabirds

Wednesday 12 October 2016

Debbie Hannan For Gisborne skipper Matt Howden there is no more beautiful sight than a flock of cape pigeons. Matt knows a lot about seabirds and...

Counting our fish for a sustainable future

Wednesday 12 October 2016

If we want fisheries to be sustainable, we need to do the maths. In the third of a series of articles marking the 30th anniversary of the Quota...

Tough decisions led to fisheries’ good health

Wednesday 12 October 2016

Shelton Harley, Manager Fisheries Science, Ministry for Primary Industries Fish eyes the size of grapefruit are probably my most vivid...

Celebrating 30 years of sound science and prudent...

Wednesday 12 October 2016

This year New Zealand celebrates 30 years of the Quota Management System (QMS), a fisheries system that was world-leading when it was established,...

The QMS now and for the future

Wednesday 12 October 2016

The 30th anniversary of the Quota Management System is a good opportunity to celebrate the success of New Zealand’s seafood industry, and at the same...

Kermadec Ocean Sanctuary: the global contest to...

Wednesday 12 October 2016

Nici Gibbs When Prime Minister John Key announced to the United Nations General Assembly that New Zealand would establish a large no-take marine...

Auckland University catch reconstruction – is it...

Wednesday 12 October 2016

Opinion: The release of a report on the reconstruction of catches from New Zealand’s marine fisheries, lead authored by Glenn Simmons of Auckland...

The power of reputation and sustainability

Wednesday 12 October 2016

Understanding the connection between sentiment and what consumers are prepared to pay for is becoming increasingly relevant for the seafood industry.

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