Latest commercial fishing News

Further measures to keep Tasmanians safe
Commercial Fishermen Slipping through Governments Support Net
Court fines commercial crabbers caught with female mud crabs
Funding Boost To Train Victorian Maritime Students
Further relief for crayfish exporters
Report shows rapid growth in Queensland aquaculture jobs
Heavy fine for illegal crab haul
Collaboration brings FNQ maritime safety improvements
Recognising Peter and Una Rockliff
Government failing to enhance our marine reserves
Kaikōura $10.88 million boost in tourism & business
Commercial fishers agree to close ocean off Hawke’s Bay
Commercial fisherman convicted
$250,000 dredging contract awarded for Swansea
Funding awarded to support young farmers and fishers
Upgrade to Outrigger Park open for community feedback
If we build them fish will come
FishServe welcome Kerry Prendergast to Board
Council seeks support package for fishing community
PGF support for dredging Port of Greymouth lagoon
SA to reel in growth through new seafood industry forum
Duo arrested for illegal fish sales
Even deep-sea sharks aren’t safe from fishing fleets, research shows
Top End waters a lifeboat for threatened rays
Commercial harvesting to control Carp
Increased catch approved for blue grenadier
Crab poachers feeling heat in NSW
Extended metropolitan closure to take pressure off pinkies
Celebrating excellence in our Tasmanian seafood industry
Black day for Burnett Heads black marketers
Making most of holidays in our Marine Parks
New commissioners appointed to lead AFMA
Birdwatchers highlight declines of seabirds off south-eastern Australia
Taking to skies to protect our fisheries
Plan to expand protection for Maui and Hector’s dolphins
Cameras on vessels to ensure sustainable fisheries
Illegal fishers and buyers beware
Young herring ‘go with older fish’ a key finding in Ocean Modeling Forum’s efforts
Body Cameras to catch Far North fishers who got away
Boating, Sporting, Fishing Means Victorian Jobs
Meet Observers – Henry O
Upgrading Rye Pier For Better Boating And Fishing
NIWA research into Maui and Hector dolphins welcomed
Repeat offender nets $18,000 in fines and costs
Sustainable food heads PhD scholarship success