Relatives of the Argentine servicemen killed during the Falkland Islands conflict are expecting 700 to 800 people to be present next March at the inauguration of the Memorial to be built in the Argentine cemetery in Darwin, according to a report in the Argentine press.
Uruguayan flagged longliner Maya V apprehended last Saturday by the Australian Navy allegedly illegally fishing is under bareboat charter to Navalmar S.A. in Uruguay, the same company that chartered the Viarsa 1 another Uruguayan flagged longliner arrested last September and waiting for trial in Perth, according to COLTO, Coalition of Legal Toothfish Operators.
Islands to host Commonwealth forum; Farmers take on management of Meat Company; Exam results ?delightful'; Ships cruising in; Expert investigates fire.
APEC tourism summit in Punta Arenas; Maya V” crew mostly Chilean; Cattle Show in Magallanes.
The captain of the Uruguayan flagged longliner Maya V apprehended last Saturday January 24 for allegedly illegally fishing in Australian waters denies any wrongdoing and insists the Australian frigate boarding party was invited onboard to check because we have nothing to hide in the vessel.
Compulsory labelling for Spanish fishing industry; Vigo proposes EU quota transfer system and unified fleet.
Uruguay is waiting for official details of the apprehension by the Australian Navy of a Uruguayan flagged longliner allegedly caught illegally fishing in isolated Australian territorial waters.
Spain's intentions to attempt to use the negotiations on the future constitution for Europe as a device to press its sovereignty claim on the Rock appeared to have been confirmed by Ana Palacio, Spain's Foreign Minister.
Argentina catches Taiwanese jigger; Taiwanese fishermen claim Argentinean Navy sunk their boat; Controversial hake provision on stand for 60 days
Increased air traffic in Punta Arenas; Warning from an Antarctic pilot.