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In a rare move this month, a scientific paper was retracted by the highly regarded Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).

A NIWA report has shown serious land-based effects to water quality in the Mahau Sound, in Marlborough’s Pelorus Sound.

The nationwide rollout of body cameras for fisheries officers follows a shocking increase in violence against those attempting to police the theft of…

Internationally, a lot of work is being done on what is being called ‘coastal darkening’ and the University of Auckland is looking at the issue in the…

Ocean grabbing is where often large tracts of resource-rich marine environment is cleverly removed from commercial use, such as fisheries, and placed…

Governments around the world have been subsidising fishing fleets for decades and for the past twenty years, talks have been going on to have them…

One in 10 of all militarised interstate disputes, which are conflicts just short of war, have been over the rights to fish in the world’s oceans.

Consultation by Fisheries New Zealand (FNZ) on recreational limits for finfish is welcomed by the commercial fishing industry, but we suggest they…

It was heartening this to see academics reinforcing the New Zealand fishing industry’s stance, supported by science, that the cat borne disease…

Pam Williams, the founder of Wanganui Trawlers, which later became Wanganui Seafoods, passed away on October 5, aged 88.

It’s been a long time coming, and thousands of hours of collaborative work has gone into it, but the announcement that the Kaikōura pāua and kina…

It’s the new fishing year and Oceans and Fisheries Minister, David Parker, has announced the reviews of 15 fish stocks in the twice-yearly…