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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...

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 Jason Smith A fishing rights dispute that has seen the US-flagged tuna fleet grounded in the Western and Central Pacific has ended with Pacific...

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...

By Fatu Tauafiafi in Auckland A large contingent of Pacific island country officials will be among delegates from 60 countries meeting in Auckland today to...

By Lucy Craymer in Hong Kong United States boats might soon be allowed back into the world’s best tuna fishing waters after the 17 Pacific...

The Forum Fisheries Agency says a series of meetings in Fiji this week will attempt to find solutions for Pacific nations reeling from the...

Report from Pacific Media Watch in Suva The decision by the United States to withdraw from the 30-year Tuna Treaty with Pacific Island countries will...

A 2015 Greenpeace video about the "out of control" global tuna fishing industry, including the Pacific. Rainbow Warrior skipper Peter Willcox interviewed. Video: Greenpeace Report...

Report by Pacific Media Centre Nauru’s recent announcement that it would ban transshipping practices makes it the third Pacific Island country to do so. Kai...

Abuse at sea – “we were paid nothing at all”. One of a series of testimonials by abused fishermen. Video: Greenpeace Report by Pacific Media...