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Fishermen to set up political movement to highlight 'decline of rural Ireland' by NEIL MICHAEL June 01, 2021   |  Source : Irish Examiner  | Copyright : Irish Examiner Ltd, Linn Dubh, Assumption Road, Blackpool, Cork. Registered in Ireland: 523712.

Fishermen are planning to set up their own political movement, saying they are sick and tired of being “ignored” by politicians when raising concerns about the decline of rural Ireland. There is no name yet for the movement, but organisers are plan...

Indonesian fishing vessel destroyed at sea after Australian authorities allegedly discovered illegal activity by ANGIE RAPHAEL June 01, 2021   |  Source : The Australian  | Copyright : Nationwide News Pty Ltd.

An Indonesian fishing vessel has been destroyed at sea after Australian authorities allegedly discovered illegal activity in a marine park near Darwin. Three vessels were allegedly found to be illegally fishing in the Ashmore Reef Marine Park, about 84...

Nigeria: Illegal fishing - Ibom deep seaport to save Nigeria US$70 mn by Eromosele Abiodun June 01, 2021   |  Source : AllAfrica  | Copyright : 2021 AllAfrica

The Ibom deep seaport located in Ibaka, Mbo local council of Akwa Ibom State would save Nigeria approximately $70 million that would have been allegedly lost to illegal fishing by the Chinese and European trawlers in Nigeria's territorial waters, Akwa Ibo...

Ireland's Marine Institute calls on fishers to participate in development of fish mapping app June 01, 2021   |  Source : Afloat  | Copyright : 2021 BAILY PUBLICATIONS LTD

Researchers at the Marine Institute are calling on fishers from around Ireland to participate in a new project aimed at reducing unwanted catches across harvesting practices, in an ecological, economic, and socially sustainable way. The project, IFISH,...

Indian fishermen complain about oil spill around stranded barge off Mumbai by TN RAGHUNATHA May 31, 2021   |  Source : The Pioneer  | Copyright : 2021 The Pioneer

Twelve days after cyclone Tauktae wreaked havoc in and around the ONGC’s Mumbai High oil fields in India as it passed to Gujarat, an oil spill has been reported by local fishermen along the Palghar coast in Maharashtra, from one of the barges that ran a...

Kenya: Sh1.7 bn compensation for Lamu fishermen finalised by Martin Mwita May 31, 2021   |  Source : The Star  | Copyright : The Star 2021

Plans for the long-awaited compensation for the affected fishers during the construction of the first three berths of the Port of Lamu have been finalised. Compensation shall commence once the fisher folks provide the bank account details and their law...

Globe-powered ISDApp to keep 300 fisherfolks in Philippines' Dingalan, Aurora safe at sea by Jonathan Castillo May 31, 2021   |  Source : Manila Bulletin  | Copyright : 2021 Manila Bulletin The Nation's Leading Newspaper. All Rights Reserved.

Three hundred fisherfolks in Dingalan, Aurora will soon be able to properly monitor weather conditions for safe sailing, especially during the typhoon season as ISDApp launches in their coastal community this May. ISDApp was developed by iNON IT Soluti...

Louisiana coast still hurting from storms, bracing for more by Rebecca Santana May 31, 2021   |  Source : Associated Press

Scores of people in coastal Louisiana are still living in campers on dirt mounds or next to cement slabs where their houses once stood. Unresolved insurance claims and a shortage of supply and labor are stymieing building efforts. And weather forecasters ...

Abandoned fishing nets in Thailand's oceans are being transformed into COVID-19 protective gear by Siobhan Robbins May 31, 2021   |  Source : Sky News  | Copyright : 2021 Sky UK

Abandoned fishing nets littering the ocean are being transformed into COVID-19 protective gear in Thailand. Environmentalists have been working with local fishing communities to rid the country's waters of the deadly rubbish. More than 700 fishers a...

Erosion threatens western Puerto Rico region’s coastal communities by Coraly Cruz Mejías May 31, 2021   |  Source : Global Press Journal

Just below Suhail Vélez’s balcony, the sea breaks on the shore in small, foamy bursts. As night falls in Caguabo, a neighborhood in the western Puerto Rico municipality of Añasco, the surf tempers down. It’s a breathtaking sight. But three years ...

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