14th June 2022 Fisheries NZ
Fisheries New Zealand is seeking submissions on proposed changes to sustainability measures for a range of fish stocks as part of its October 2022 sustainability round.
Fisheries New Zealand is inviting feedback on proposed changes to catch limits and settings for New Zealand’s east coast tarakihi stocks.
The majority of New Zealand’s fish stocks are performing well, according to Fisheries New Zealand’s latest status report.
The Environmental Defence Society wants stronger long-term protection measures to manage north-eastern scallop stocks.
Kaikōura’s pāua fishery has re-opened after being closed for five years following the 2016 earthquakes.
Views are being sought on the industry’s bill for the $68m scheme.
Fisheries New Zealand is inviting feedback on proposed changes to catch limits and settings for tarakihi stocks on New Zealand’s east coast.
Fisheries New Zealand is calling for feedback on proposed changes to catch limits and other settings across a range of fisheries for the new fishing year, beginning 1 October.
New catch limits have been introduced for 14 fish stocks.
Fisheries New Zealand is seeking feedback on a proposed two-year closure of the scallop fishery at Whangaroa, Northland.
Fisheries New Zealand is seeking public feedback on a proposal to close an area to pāua fishing at Akaroa.
Fisheries New Zealand has opened consultation for its latest sustainability round.