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Seafood industry supports permits for shark tourism

Saturday, 1 March 2014, 10:54 am | Paua Industry Council

The seafood industry welcomes the announcement by Conservation Minister Nick Smith on permits for shark cage tourism operators. More >>

Pāua Data Logging to Better Manage the Fishery

Wednesday, 11 September 2013, 10:19 am | Paua Industry Council

Commercial pāua diving is entering the electronic age with logging of every shellfish taken. More >>

Paua industry applauds the capture of crime ring

Wednesday, 28 May 2008, 9:53 am | Paua Industry Council

“Paua thieves are costing us millions every year, their selfish greed is threatening the sustainability of paua fisheries and putting the future of this valuable resource at risk” said Paua Industry Council, chief executive Jeremy Cooper after news that ... More >>

Can’t be too careful over Paua mystery virus

Thursday, 29 November 2007, 11:13 am | Paua Industry Council

“Our much loved and culturally significant Paua could be gone in five years if a mysterious virus sweeping the Victorian Coast of Australia gets into New Zealand,” said Paua Industry Council chief executive Jeremy Cooper today. More >>

Help us to help your fishing success

Thursday, 26 October 2006, 4:01 pm | Paua Industry Council

Embargoed: 4pm, Thursday 26th October (start time of the launch at Tarakena Bay Boat Ramp, just past Moa Point, Wellington) More >>

Paua Industry Wants Stiffer Penalties for Poachers

Tuesday, 30 May 2006, 2:58 pm | Paua Industry Council

Ed Arron, Chairman of the Paua Industry Council, says the seafood industry is in full agreement with Fisheries Minister Jim Anderton who calls for stiffer penalties for fish thieves. Mr Anderton, while opening last weeks Seafood Industry Conference ... More >>

ECO Comments Misplaced, says Paua Industry

Saturday, 20 May 2006, 3:52 pm | Paua Industry Council

The Chairman of the Paua Industry Council says that ECO's latest broad brush attack on the fishing industry is misplaced as is Cath Wallace's support of the Department of Conservation's efforts in marine protection. More >>

 

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