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National Compliance and Enforcement Program 2020-21
Popular surf spot in Bunker Bay to get shark monitoring receivers
Spanner crab export pioneers named #eatqld Champion
Fishing industry legend hooks #eatqld Champion gong
Gympie export meat processor named #eatqld Champion
AgForce cattle president named #eatqld Champion
Dairy farmer and agritourism advocate named #eatqld Champion
BCEC heads a la carte menu of #eatqld champions
Fishers gear up for Australian Bass and Estuary Perch season
Commercial Octopus Fishery Licences Secured In Gippsland
Sustainability certification achieved through our Marine Parks grants
Fears for fishing rights under NT Fisheries’ unjust merger
Murray Cod and Murray Cray seasons close this weekend
Big fines and penalties await those who break WA’s fishing laws
Students encouraged to apply for award in fisheries conservation research
Using Psychology and Marine Studies to manage fisheries
Video tapes of David Attenborough and Les Hiddins led to an evolving career in fisheries
Fishing licence fees fund 12 projects worth $1 million
Funding Boost For Local Fishing Projects
New opportunities as COVID-19 Jobs Support Loans support 1700 Toowoomba jobs
Studying Environmental Science led to a career as a Fisheries Officer
Horticulture grant on offer for young Australians
Humpback calf caught on Stradbroke Island drumline
Woman bitten in suspected shark attack at Port Macquarie, NSW
Grants support jobs in fisheries businesses hit by coronavirus
Recreational fishing grants doubled, opening for applications
Government finally listening to Labor’s calls
Food industry plan to support WA recovery efforts
Better services = stronger regions. What don’t they get?
Drought: an insidious and ongoing threat to Australia
Avian tree of life better resolved
Application period for Environment/Conservation Member for Management Advisory Committee extended
Information sharing with regional partners aims to reel in transnational crime syndicates
Strawberry breeding program delights tastebuds
New strategy to ensure nature thrives
Recreational fishing hooks new benefits from WA Recovery Plan
Harvest Road Oceans sets sustainable pace for shellfish aquaculture
WA Recovery Plan to fund Albany shellfish hatchery’s expansion
Fishing Strategy designed to keep recreational sector safe
Oyster Harbour Zone opens up for South Coast aquaculture
Mental health program to support our hardworking commercial fishers
Blue Mud Bay Agreement to Support Economic Development for Traditional Sea Owners
Iconic Ekka strawberry sundaes named a champion of Queensland produce
Inaugural seafood awards honour sustainability
Seafood industry celebrated at Seafood Sustainability Awards
New trout season opens
Turning tide for hoiho/yellow-eyed penguin
Queensland shows love to horses with new cruelty ban