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2014/11/28 13:34
2014/11/28 13:34
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INDEPENDENT MEDIASILVER GOLD: Much of the hake consumed by South Africans between 2000 and 2010 was imported, with more than 95 percent of the imported volume coming from Namibia, according to a...
2014/11/28 13:34
2014/11/28 13:34
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2014/11/25 08:55
2014/11/25 08:55
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An expert scientific panel has warned of broad environmental risks of a supertrawler in Australia’s small pelagics fishery. An expert scientific panel has warned of broad environmental risks of a...
2014/11/17 21:27
2014/11/17 21:27
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When it comes to eating shrimp, you have more to worry about than that little brown line on their backs. That’s the word from a new study by Oceana, a marine-conservation advocacy group, which, after...
2014/11/17 21:20
2014/11/17 21:20
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Ban: Commercial fishers pitted against recreational fishers and conservationists. Photo: Justin McManus The ban on fishing supertrawlers hauling nets in Australian waters lapses on Tuesday, with...
2014/11/08 22:00
2014/11/08 22:00
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Marine Stewardship Council has recognised the lake’s sustainable clam fishing Union Minister of State for Environment Prakash Javadekar on Friday announced that the Clam Governing Council of...
2014/11/07 11:30
2014/11/07 11:30
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Paris — The tuna canning company John West and its Paris-based parent company, MW Brands, has announced that it has entered into a four-year, €2 million partnership with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF)...
2014/11/02 00:37
2014/11/02 00:37
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After decades of decline, sales of sardines are booming again; Mr Bullock and his two young deckhands have their work cut out. And it's during the hours of darkness that the slippery, six-inch fish...
2014/10/26 14:19
2014/10/26 14:19
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Last week McDonald’s revealed that worldwide sales dropped by 3.3% on last year in a set of results that went beyond Wall Street’s worst nightmares and were swiftly characterised as...
2014/11/28 13:34
2014/11/28 13:34
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