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First contestants register for $300,000 aquafeed prize January 14, 2021   |  Source : The Fish Site  | Copyright : 2021 ? Hatch Accelerator Holding Limited, 7/8 Liberty Street, Cork, T12T85H, Ireland

The first six companies to registration for the latest F3 Challenge – which is offering three $100,000 prizes for the makers of fish feed containing no fish – have been revealed. The F3 Challenge – Carnivore Edition is designed to accelerate the ...

63 tons of lost fishing gear removed from Atlantic Ocean by Jakob Postlewaite January 14, 2021   |  Source : country94.ca  | Copyright : Acadia Broadcasting Ltd

Canada's Department of Fisheries and Oceans says its Ghost Gear Fund removed 63 tons of lost fishing gear from the Atlantic Ocean in 2020 — equivalent to the weight of 11 elephants. The Ghost Gear Fund is an $8.3-million initiative to fund several pr...

Cambodia's fisheries authority bans short mackerel fishing by Orm Bunthoeurn January 14, 2021   |  Source : The Phnom Penh Post  | Copyright : Copyright © 2020 The Phnom Penh Post. All Rights Reserved.

The Fisheries Administration under the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries will close fishing for short mackerel in Cambodian waters from January 15 to March 31 this year, according to an announcement seen by The Post on January 10. It said...

UAE announces ban on sale of two fish species January 14, 2021   |  Source : Khaleej Times  | Copyright : 2021 Galadari Printing and Publishing LLC. All rights reserved.

The Ministry of Climate Change and Environment (MOCCAE) in the United Arab Emirates has issued a decision, regulating the fishing and trade of certain species of fish during their breeding season. The decision prohibits the fishing of goldlined seabrea...

‘I’m still shocked’: Indonesian airline crash shakes small fishing village by Dera Menra Sijabat and Richard C. Paddock January 14, 2021   |  Source : The New York Times  | Copyright : 2021 The New York Times Company

Hendrik Mulyadi was checking his crab traps when he heard a huge explosion on the water nearby. The sea suddenly rose, lifting the Indonesian fisherman’s boat as smoke filled the air. “I’m lucky it didn’t hit me,” he recalled on Monday, sitti...

Guyana says culprits of illegal fishing are from neighbouring countries January 14, 2021   |  Source : News Room Guyana  | Copyright : 2021 - News Room Guyana. All Rights Reserved.

Guyana is increasing its fight against illegal fishing as part of a broader national agenda to protect the country’s resources which can be found throughout its maritime zones. On Tuesday, Chief-of-Staff of the Guyana Defence Force (GDF), Brigadier G...

UK fisheries minister did not read Brexit bill as she was busy at nativity January 14, 2021   |  Source : The Guardian  | Copyright : 2021 Guardian News & Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved.

Downing Street has said Boris Johnson maintains confidence in the fisheries minister after she admitted not reading the post-Brexit trade deal with Brussels when it was agreed because she was busy organising a nativity trail. Victoria Prentis faced cal...

Kirkella super trawler unable to fish since Brexit January 13, 2021   |  Source : BBC News  | Copyright : 2021 BBC

An MP has called on the Prime Minister to secure fishing rights for a UK super trawler which has been unable to operate since December. The Kirkella freezer trawler, based in Hull, catches cod and haddock in sub-Arctic waters, but Brexit has left it wi...

WSI video competition 2020 awards announced January 11, 2021   |  Source : WSI  | Copyright : WSI

WSI, the International Organisation for Women in the Seafood Industry, has announced its awards for the year 2020 for films that describe the struggles, discriminations and opportunities that women face in the seafood industry around the world. Marie C...

Nine Indian fishermen held by Sri Lankan Navy, fishermen associations to go on strike January 10, 2021   |  Source : The Hindu  | Copyright : 2021, THG PUBLISHING PVT LTD.

At least nine fishermen from Thangachimadam and Rameswam in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu, who had ventured into the sea, were reportedly arrested by the Sri Lankan Navy on charges of crossing the international maritime boundary line (IMBL), in the...

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