The debate over the Maui and Hector’s dolphin Threat Management Plan has sparked another discussion – one even more critical to the future of inshore fishing in New Zealand.
Great white sharks are fearsome beasts.
The Capital’s daily newspaper, The Dominion Post, and the online Stuff site last week carried a most unusual report concerning fishing.
The fishing sector is an economic powerhouse, a new Government report has confirmed.
The Government’s aquaculture strategy has the bold aim of a five-fold increase in annual sales from $600 million to $3 billion.
The recovery of orange roughy stocks is gathering pace.
Fisheries have an increasingly important role to play in feeding the world’s rapidly burgeoning population, according to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).
There was a surprising, if welcome revelation at the Aquaculture New Zealand conference in Marlborough yesterday – apparently policy makers should leave food production out of the global race to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
Last month, the New Zealand Herald published a Rangitikei farmer’s open letter to Jacinda Ardern.