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Approximately 13 per cent of New Zealanders fish recreationally, to feed their families and spend time outdoors.

They have this in common with…

We can now start to properly enjoy the long and hopefully balmy evenings that mean summer will soon be here.

Voting is open for the 2023 New Zealand general election from 2–14 October 2023.

Two huge announcements last week paint a clear picture of a strong, confident commercial seafood sector.

The Ocean Bounty TV series restarts this Sunday, exploring some of the people, places and practices in New Zealand’s commercial seafood sector.

With the inshore on-board camera rollout now well underway, the NZ Federation of Commercial Fishermen has partnered with the Seafood NZ Inshore…

People in Auckland, Waikato and beyond face a shrinking choice of seafood options at supermarkets, fish and chip shops and restaurants under Hauraki…

Fiona MacMillan is the newly appointed General Manager of Communications and Marketing at Seafood New Zealand. She was MC at the 2023 Seafood New…

In any industry, in order to lead you first have to be comfortable with listening.

It has been a huge week with the near-simultaneous launches of the Fisheries Industry Transformation Plan (ITP), the Hauraki Gulf Fisheries Plan, and…

Microbiologist Dr Siouxsie Wiles was awarded New Zealander of the Year in 2021 for her cut-through science communications during the information…

The Government’s consultation on catch limits for New Zealand’s largest orange roughy fishery has brought this deepsea fish into the spotlight again.