The Prime Minister’s announcement yesterday around exactly what services would be permitted to operate under Alert Level Three has been welcomed – for surety alone.
Two weeks in and two weeks to go, given the best possible circumstances.
The seafood sector is rapidly coming to terms with life in lockdown.
Forty eight hours into lockdown, with a State of Emergency now in force, the landscape for doing business has shifted seismically.
These are testing global times and the seafood industry is far from immune to the fall out.
Seafood NZ’s Promise 2020 roadshow kicked off in Nelson, Australasia’s largest fishing port, last Friday.
While the rock lobster sector is doing it hard, there is good news on the Bluff oyster front.
Perceptions of the New Zealand environment are improving, according to a long running survey by Lincoln University researchers.
Co-operation rather than condemnation is the byword for a recreational fishing group gaining traction in the South Island.