Results of an independent investigation launched this weekend have revealed a complex international black market in East Atlantic bluefin tuna worth an estimated $4 billion, with many cases of quota violation,...

The European Union’s Commissioner for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries has called for a significant cut in catches of East Atlantic bluefin tuna in the Mediterranean and East Atlantic, ahead of the...

Territory seafood consumers will have their chance to have their say on the Territory’s first-of-its-kind seafood labelling laws, introduced by the NT Government two years ago. The Territory introduced...

The Fishery status reports 2009, released last week, shows a substantial improvement in the number of Commonwealth-managed stocks classified as “not overfished” and “not subject to overfishing”,...

Global fisheries, a vital source of food and revenue throughout the world, contribute between US$225-$240 billion per year to the worldwide economy, according to four new studies released today. Researchers...

Author, journalist and science writer Julian Cribb has created a sobering text in The Coming Famine: The global food crisis and what we can do to avoid it, from CSIRO Publishing. Cribb’s view of...

After ten years of careful breeding and research, CSIRO scientists and the prawn industry have developed what could be the world’s most perfect prawn. The Black Tiger prawn is producing record yields...

Australia’s Clean Seas Tuna face a setback after their half-yearly report sent share prices plummeting on Friday.  The company, whose goal is to raise the valuable Southern Bluefin Tuna entirely...

Clean Seas Tuna has announced further progress in their bid to become the first company to successfully close the lifecycle of Southern Bluefin Tuna in captivity. The news comes three months after Southern...

South Australian aquaculture pioneer Clean Seas Tuna believes they can replace Australia’s entire 23 per cent cut in Southern Bluefin Tuna (SBT) quota with sustainable aquaculture-bred SBT well within...