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Survey reveals COVID-19 impacts for Alaska fishermen in 2020 January 21, 2021   |  Source : Alaska Journal of Commerce  | Copyright : Binkley Co. All rights reserved.

The single biggest hit to fishermen from the COVID-19 virus is reduced dock prices, according to Alaska and West Coast harvesters, and 98 percent said their businesses have been badly bashed by the pandemic. That’s based on survey results compiled by...

UK PM Johnson says some fishermen have faced post-Brexit barriers January 21, 2021   |  Source : Reuters  | Copyright : Reuters

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday that some fishermen had experienced problems exporting fish to the European Union, an issue he said had been compounded by a decline in fish eating across Europe due to restaurant closures. “It i...

Indian fishermen threaten to disrupt ships' movement at Mumbai port from Jan 21 by Sweety Adimulam January 21, 2021   |  Source : FPJ  | Copyright : Free Press Journal

Project-affected families from the fishing community of Sheva village, near Mumbai, India, whose lands were acquired for the construction of Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) 40 years ago, have now called for indefinite agitation threatening to block the...

20 Bangladeshi fishermen picked up by Myanmar Navy from Bay of Bengal by Abdul Aziz January 21, 2021   |  Source : Dhaka Tribune  | Copyright : 2012-2019. 2A Media Limited.

Members of Myanmar Navy have picked up 20 fishermen in four boats from the Bay of Bengal while they were fishing near St Martin's Island in Cox's Bazar. The incident took place in Sitapahar area of the Bay of Bengal around 11am on Wednesday. The fis...

Registration open for first APFIC fisheries webinar January 18, 2021   |  Source : APFIC  | Copyright : FAO, 2021

Registration is open for the first of the 2021 APFIC webinar series, organized by the Asia-Pacific Fishery Commission. The first webinar on “Inland fisheries connectivity, irrigation and water management” is scheduled to start on 28th January 2021 at ...

British Ports Association: Govt. must act immediately on seafood exports January 18, 2021   |  Source : Hellenic Shipping News  | Copyright : 2021 Copyright Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide

The British Ports Association has written to Ministers about the continuing issues affecting seafood exports to the EU. At an urgent meeting of 20 fishing ports from across the UK on Friday, numerous serious issues were raised with new processes that are ...

Mozambique: Illegal fishing declines in Bazaruto National Park January 18, 2021   |  Source : AllAfrica  | Copyright : 2021 Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique

The administration of the Bazaruto Archipelago National Park (PNAB), Mozambique's largest marine conservation area, has recorded a significant reduction in illegal fishing cases, by nearly half, in 2020 compared with the previous year. Between 2019 and...

Fishing banned after Cambodian villages’ dispute mediated by Buth Reaksmey Kongkea January 18, 2021   |  Source : Khmer Times  | Copyright : 2021 Virtus Media Pte., Ltd. (Khmer Times)

A temporary ban on fishing was ordered yesterday by the district authorities of Kampong Tralach in Cambodia to prevent violence while mediation continues to resolve a dispute between the people of three villages and Lorpeang Natural Resources Conservation...

UK Foreign Secretary claims EU trade agreement is ‘great deal’ for fishermen, as firms complain of costs and delays by Andrew Woodcock January 18, 2021   |  Source : The Independent  | Copyright : 2021 Guardian News & Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved.

Foreign secretary Dominic Raab has denied betraying the UK’s fishermen, insisting that the Brexit trade agreement signed by Boris Johnson was “a great deal” for the industry. Mr Raab was speaking amid howls of outrage from fishing companies, who ...

Hologram Registration Boards to ensure safety of fishermen in Kerala, India January 18, 2021   |  Source : ENS  | Copyright : newindianexpress.com 2021

In an effort to ensure the safety of seafaring fishermen, Kerala is installing high-security registration boards on fishing boats, for the first time in the world. The project is being implemented by the State Fisheries Department for the complete protect...

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