The capture of five Hector’s dolphins in a set net off Banks Peninsula prompted the industry to seek early review of the threat management plan.
A new approach to conservation in Aotearoa is being spearheaded by the American-based The Nature Conservancy (TNC).
An Auckland restaurateur wanted 200 dozen Bluff oysters direct from processor Barnes Oysters in Invercargill.
This week, the Ministry for Primary Industries released a report on New Zealanders’ views of the primary sector.
Earthquakes and storms have hammered our country in recent times and the marine environment has copped it as well.
The seafood roadshow, or more correctly portshow, is in Greymouth today.
Prime Minister Jacinda Adern introduced her partner Clarke Gayford this week as a fisherman.
Facts are stubborn but statistics are more pliable, observed Mark Twain.
Images of dead dolphins and seabirds are shocking.