Falkland IslandsFalkland Islands
In an interview published in this week's edition of Gente magazine in Argentina, Foreign Minister Rafael Bielsa talks about the country's relations with Europe and the United States and is also questioned about the Falkland Islands:
The Zonal Fisheries Council of Chile for Regions V to VIII has approved the Fisheries Department's preliminary proposal for next year's jack mackerel and hake fisheries.
Punta Arenas Hostels and B&B association.
Free circulation in border passes, not yet.
The authorities raised the alarm and called on Spain and Ghana to join their fight against poachers after spotting a vessel suspected of fishing illegally in Australian waters. The Ghanaian flagged fishing vessel had previously been registered in Spain.
British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw has told Gibraltar Leader of the Opposition Joe Bossano that any future discussions with Spain are ad-referendum to the people of the Rock. Mr Straw said this in reply to a question from Mr Bossano at the Labour Party Conference in Bournemouth.
Argentine Patagonian toothfish TAC, 4,800 tons; First half imports up 13 per cent; Norway seeks to boost codfish exports; New technique protects squid quality and colour; Mackerel dispute in Chile's EEZ borderline; Pirates threaten Chilean fishermen; more...
THE state of the oil industry is picking up, and that's good news for the Falkland Islands. That's the message Director of Mineral Resources Phyl Rendell brought back to Stanley from the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, AAPG conference in Barcelona, Spain that extended from September 21 to 24.
At least twenty one tourism buyer companies from Europe, America and Oceania present at the latest convention of Travel Mart Latin America held in Ecuador, have listed the Falkland Islands in their operating profiles.
The Uruguayan boat captured for alleged poaching after a marathon 21-day ocean chase was brought into a west Australian port Friday (3 October) with its crew of 39 and an illegal catch of endangered Patagonian toothfish.
The international industry group representing the world's legal toothfish operators COLTO (Coalition of Legal Toothfish Operators) has written to the Director of Uruguayan Fisheries ( DINARA) to raise its concern about statements he has been reported making about COLTO to a parliamentary inquiry investigating the Viarsa 1 incident.