Hansen is elected; 1982 veterans arrive today; Ship's register grows; Cruise season starts; Falklands oil exploration geologist dies.
Headlines: Q2 in Montevideo November 4; British college students explore southern Chile; Red tide warning.
Headlines: Poachers' job about to become tougher; Annual catch entitlement trading goes online; Chilean exporters concerned with US regulations; Spanish deep-sea fleet requests government aid; Spanish fleet reduced 3.4% in 2002; Spain wooing African countries for potential fisheries; Record catch of poachers in Australian waters.
Bingham wins in Supreme Court; £78,000 calcified seaweed machine disassembled; Sir Ranulph's marathon effort in the Falklands; Council questions; Islanders at meeting; Walking for veterans.
The new face of IUU fishing for toothfish.
Toothfish poaching top of CCAMLR meeting agenda; Spain remains in first position as Argentine fish buyer; Fisheries protocol with Cape Verde extended; Korean businessmen express their interest in Vigo; 'World Pelagics' conference launches 'Fish Africa 2003'; Farmed salmon escape causes chaos in the X Region; EU overexploits African waters, says WWF;ICES hake ban could moor Galician thirty vessels;
Punta Arenas based DAP airlines officially presented this Monday its latest acquisition, the 50 seats Havilland Dash-7 that will be combining air and sea cruises to Antarctica.
Falkland Islander Tony Blake says he believes that it is erroneous and dangerous for Falkland Islanders not to be represented at meetings concerning Islanders because we should be able to clarify some points that people like to make about the Falklands and in a friendly manner persuade people that the impressions that they have of the Islands are wrong.
Michael Portillo MP said Monday night that he thinks both the United Kingdom and Argentine positions are clear regarding the Falkland Islands and have not changed that he does not foresee that they will change and that the best thing is to leave them (sovereignty negotiations) to one side and look for ways to expand upon links between the two countries.
Sir Ranulph Fiennes has been forced to alter his seven marathons on seven continents challenge after blizzards and engine trouble scuppered his Antarctic start.