March 2023

  • Seafood New Zealand have published their Friday update for the 31st of March 2023.To view a copy, click here. more

  • Following consultation, the Minister for Oceans and Fisheries has made decisions on sustainability measures for 2 fishstocks for the April fishing year starting 1st April 2023.The Minister will make … more

  • Fisheries New Zealand seek feedback from tangata whenua and stakeholders on proposed changes to the Fisheries (Seabird Mitigation Measures – Surface Longlines) Circular 2019.Commercial fishers using … more

  • Here are a few reminders to help you prepare for the end of theApril 2022/23fishing year.Monthly Harvest Returns (MHRs)Please complete and submit all Monthly Harvest Returns for the April 2022/23 … more

  • Fisheries New Zealand seeks feedback on a request for a temporary fishery closure and a method prohibition banning the use of nets. The proposed closure area will be called Rehuotane Ki Tai and … more

  • Seafood New Zealand have published their Friday update for the 24th of March 2023.To view a copy, click here. more

  • There are now two and a half weeks left to enter your nominations for the 2023 Seafood Sustainability Awards!The Seafood Sustainability Awards recognise and celebrate those who demonstrate … more

  • The Coromandel scallop fishery has been fully closed to commercial and recreational fishing to allow it to recover. The Minister for Oceans and Fisheries, Stuart Nash, made the decision based on new … more

  • Seafood New Zealand have published their Friday update for the 17th of March 2023.To view a copy, click here. more

  • Seafood New Zealand have published their Friday update for the 10th of March 2023.To view a copy, click here. more

  • Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd. has a policy to publicise the names of its clients with debts outstanding greater than 90 days.The following is a list of such debtors, as at 9thMarch2023.Client No. … more

  • Fisheries New Zealand have put together a fact sheet that providesinformationfor those working in the fishing and aquaculture sector to help deal with the impact of Cyclone Gabrielle.The fact sheet … more

  • Seafood New Zealand have published their Friday update for the 3rd of March 2023.To view a copy, click here. more