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Fisheries

  • Wednesday, April 11th 2007 - 21:00 UTC

    Ups and downs of Falkland Islands squid fisheries

    At the Falkland Islands Government Fisheries Committee meeting on Wednesday April 4th, Director of Fisheries, John Barton, reported that the Loligo squid fishery had a slow start. Catches to date had totalled 11,000 metric tonnes as compared to 16,500 metric tonnes for the same period last year.

  • Wednesday, April 11th 2007 - 21:00 UTC

    Montevideo port intent in attracting Spanish fishing fleet

    Montevideo port

    Uruguay has plans to improve Montevideo port facilities with the purpose of attracting the Spanish fishing fleet operating in the South Atlantic.

  • Thursday, March 29th 2007 - 21:00 UTC

    Comodoro Rivadavia port tempted by Asian jiggers

    The Port of Comodoro Rivadavia could receive a considerable amount of activity with the arrival of Asian squid jiggers.

    Asian jiggers operating in South Atlantic international waters could end unloading and exporting short-fin squid from the Patagonian port of Comodoro Rivadavia, according to local port authorities.

  • Tuesday, March 27th 2007 - 21:00 UTC

    Squid catch normal according to fishery authorities

    Squid jiggers are fishing well, and report normal performances for fisheries.

    Argentina - The 2007 squid (Illex argentinus) season shows a “normal” development, affirmed the substitute President of the Federal Fisheries Council (CFP), Marcelo Santos.

  • Tuesday, March 27th 2007 - 21:00 UTC

    Fresh fish flown to Vigo from Mauritania and Brazil

    President of APV, Abel Caballero, said he hoped to position Vigo as number one for fresh fish globally.

    President of Vigo Port Authority (APV) Abel Caballero, announced the signing of an agreement with the Iberia Cargo company for transporting fresh fish from the faraway fishing grounds of Morocco and Brazil to the Port of Vigo.

  • Thursday, March 22nd 2007 - 21:00 UTC

    Falkland Islands Fisheries Director revokes Jih Da Gan licence

    “The Falkland Islands Government views any abuse or maltreatment of fishing vessel crews very seriously and, in addition to considering issues of criminal liability, where appropriate, will take any action available to it as necessary to ensure that the responsibilities for the efficient management of the fishery on behalf of the Falkland Islands are properly discharged.”

  • Monday, March 19th 2007 - 21:00 UTC

    ”Old fishing law needed updating,' says Falklands' Fisheries Director

    Falkland Island Fisheries Director John Barton said several reasons prompted the establishment of a fishery rights system.

    Government representatives from Argentina and the United Kingdom met in Buenos Aires during 14 - 15 March to analyse activities of the South Atlantic Fisheries Commission (SAFC), a request for bilateral co-operation favouring the conservation of fishing resources in that region.

  • Saturday, March 17th 2007 - 21:00 UTC

    Drastic measures in Chile for common hake conservation

    Chile decided the implementation of a conservation and recovery plan for (hubbsi) common hake following a survey which warns about the species “conservation high risk” and particularly the threat to “future renewal” in the country's main fisheries.

  • Monday, March 12th 2007 - 21:00 UTC

    Countries agree tighter port controls to combat illegal fishing

    131 countries plus the European Commission participated in COFI

    A large group of countries attending a high level meeting on world fisheries in Rome have agreed to start a process leading to the adoption of a legally binding international agreement establishing control measures in ports where fish is landed, transhipped or processed in order to combat illegal fishing, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, FAO, announced Monday.

  • Monday, March 5th 2007 - 21:00 UTC

    FAO sounds alarm on some high-seas fish stocks

    According to the last FAO report by SOFIA, 17% of their monitored species are over-fished

    The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) on Monday voiced “serious concern” over a number of species of fish caught on the high seas and called for better monitoring and management of the stocks.