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A group of farmers from Magallanes Region have decided to build a new abattoir putting an end to the controversy over the coming lease of a Chilean government managed plant.
The Uruguayan scientific observer who was on board the longliner Viarsa 1 was released Wednesday 10 September and brought ashore at Cape Town, South Africa. He will be returning to Uruguay immediately.
An Australian consortium with interests in the Falkland Islands has started exploration drilling at the Chinguetti oilfield off the coast of Mauritania, West Africa.
Processing plant opens in Puerto Deseado
Census shows 5,607 Galician vessels authorised to fish
Chilean industry targets hoki.
Bad news and good news for the hepatitis A outbreak reported in Punta Arenas which so far involves almost twenty cases, mostly children.
The Chilean Antarctic Environmental impact assessment Committee that since last week operates from Punta Arenas authorized Lan Chile to organize scientific and tourist over flights in Antarctica.
Uruguay insists in the release of the Fisheries Department scientist observer onboard the Uruguayan flagged longliner Viarsa 1 that is being escorted back to Australia to face trial for allegedly poaching Patagonian toothfish in Australian waters.
The ozone hole has grown more rapidly than usual during the last two weeks compared to the same period a year ago according to the latest World Meteorological Organization, WMO, report.
The Argentine Air Force honoured last Friday nine officers who lost their lives during the 1982 Falklands/Malvinas South Atlantic conflict.