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The Government is taking action to expand and strengthen the protection for Māui and Hector’s dolphins with an updated plan to deal with threats to these native marine mammals.
Commercial fishing vessels at greatest risk of encountering the rare Māui dolphin will be required to operate with on-board cameras from 1 November, as the next step to strengthen our fisheries management system.
Action is underway to enhance the protection of our precious marine biodiversity in the face of the global biodiversity crisis.
New Zealand’s primary sector exports continue to exceed expectations with revenue forecast to grow 6.9% on the previous financial year.
Efforts to reverse the decline in the Chatham Islands pāua fishery are the focus of a new plan jointly agreed between government, the local community and industry.
Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash has praised the fisheries compliance team and other MPI officials behind the prosecution of one of the biggest cases of illegal practices in the commercial industry.
Recent deaths of threatened seabirds killed by a longline fishing vessel show the fishing industry needs to do more to avoid seabird bycatch, Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage says.
The next phase of reform of the fisheries management system has been launched with a call for public input into new rules for the commercial industry.
Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash is encouraging people to have their say on proposed changes to rules controlling the blue cod fishery.
A proposed new plan to better manage the blue cod fishery has been launched by the Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash.
The Provincial Growth Fund (PGF) is investing to accelerate the development of aquaculture in the Eastern Bay of Plenty, Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones and Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash announced today.
Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage and Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash today announced an important step forward on work to restore the health of the Hauraki Gulf.
New Zealand and Chile will help protect vulnerable seabirds, including the critically endangered Antipodean albatross.
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The commercial tarakihi catch in the fisheries areas off the east coast of the North and South Islands is to be reduced by 20 percent in an effort to rebuild the depleted stock.
Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash has confirmed the next stage of digital monitoring across the wider commercial fishing fleet will begin in January 2019.
Tēnā tatou katoa. Thank you for the opportunity to open today’s conference.
It is an honour to be sharing the stage with such knowledgeable and experienced practitioners.
Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash departs today to represent New Zealand at the fifteenth annual ministerial meeting of the Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Committee in the Cook Islands.
Tena tatou katoa. Thank you for the opportunity to come and talk to you today.
New Zealand’s export earnings from seafood are on the rise, with aquaculture leading the way, says Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash.
Icon Restaurant, Te Papa, Wellington
Monday 14 May, 6.00pm
Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash says the rollout of digital monitoring technology more widely across the commercial fishing fleet is proceeding to the next stage.
Fisheries Minister Stuart Nash says the creation of a new specialist organisation dedicated to the sector will lead to greater innovation in the way we fish and the way we manage the resource.