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By Mackenzie Smith in Auckland After the closure of one of its tuna canneries, American Samoa is looking to recover by giving away tonnes of the fish...

News of the return to green card status for Solomon Islands tuna into the European Union market provides much-deserved cause for celebration, says the...

Former slaves head for home: Thousands of fishermen rescued from brutal conditions on foreign fishing boats make the journey back home, many after years...

Compiled by Jane Joshua in Port Vila Vanuatu has reached an agreement to pay a substantial fine to the Cooks Islands, after Rarotonga reported a...

Increasing the economic returns of regional fisheries, and responding to the effects of climate change and disaster risk management are two priority issues that...

The Forum Fisheries Agency welcomes Australian funding of aerial surveillance in FFA member states, reports Vanuatu Daily Digest. FFA Director-General James Movick says the service will...

By Julie Hunter International law firm Blue Ocean Law and the Fiji-based regional non-governmental organisation Pacific Network on Globalisation (PANG) have released a report detailing...

By Ami Dhabuwala in Suva Fiji is gearing up to launch a monitor-and-clean-up project over the predator crown of thorns starfish. The crown of thorns starfish...

By Lealaiauloto Fatu Tauafiafi in Auckland Seventeen Pacific island countries, including New Zealand and its territory Tokelau, will have the results of a Pacific-wide study...

By Lealaiauloto A F Tauafiafi in Auckland At the official opening of the 5th Global Fisheries Enforcement Training Workshop today there was general agreement that...