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Surf’s up, be safe and save: 500 more personal shark deterrents available
Help protect Queensland from biosecurity threats
Deakin continues rise in world class research excellence and recognition
Mango research grant helps Brisbane company go global
Funding boost takes Southern Downs produce abroad
Wide Bay food producers to take on world
Funding boost for Gulf mud crab exports
Funding boost for Granite Belt wine exporter
Speed limits reduced in Adelaide Dolphin Sanctuary
Buderim funding boost is music to ginger lovers’ ears
Funding boost helps FNQ banana flour producer go global
Not knowing fishing rules results in $4000 fine
65th AFMA Commission Meeting – Chairman’s summary
UNE well represented at world’s largest aquaculture conference
Farmers welcome bipartisan support for biodiversity stewardship and certification initiatives
Golden future for Barkers Creek Reservoir
Members sought for Management Advisory Committees and Resource Assessment Groups
2019 graduates dive into fisheries – part 2
Record Murray cod production at Snobs Creek
What is WA salmon worth to Western Australia’s economy?
Producers to get ready for possible rainfall from ex tropical cyclone Trevor
Banana prawn pre-season briefings
Video puts agriculture careers in frame
New CEO to lead Australian fisheries into future
Natasha Roebig receives prestigious Queensland Rural Women’s Award
Victorian First To Create Six New Native Fisheries
Rapid bluetongue test to support livestock trade
Incubator hatches food plan for Far North Queensland
WA science legend leaves behind a remarkable legacy
Greens announce Healthy Rivers, Healthy Ocean plan
Native Fish Stocking Record Broken At Lake Eildon
Salmon run signs spark important safety reminders
Shocking new imagery of sharks hooked on Queensland Government drum lines
Upgrades underway to Tasmanian inland fishing amenities ahead of world championships
Water Operations assist alcohol and drug testing, South Australia
New fisheries laws mean stronger compliance on Sunshine Coast
Net-Free Zones a Big Draw For Big Fish, But Now We Need More, says AMCS
Study highlights ways to improve fishing practices
“Fishal recognition” technology helps monitor commercial catches
Cairns net-free fishing zone performing well
Rockhampton net-free fishing zone performing well
Mackay net-free fishing zone performing well
A taste of Aussie farm life for Japanese students in Bowen
Sustainability goes digital on Sustainable Seafood Week
Take home packs sent packing back in 2014 – don’t get caught out
Help strengthen Queensland’s marine pest biosecurity
Science plays a vital role in sustainable seafood
Tasmania’s world-class produce shines in Japan