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Activists Bust Pirate Tuna Fishing starstarstarstarstar   10th May 2008 - Views: 540 Sydney, Saturday, May 10, 2008 Greenpeace yesterday exposed an illegal tuna purse seiner, the Queen Evelyn 168, in a pocket of international waters between Papua New Guinea and the Federated States of Micronesia.

Foreign Fisherman Dies At Sea starstarstarstarstar   12th February 2010 - Views: 558 HMAS Bundaberg, operating under the control of Border Protection Command, located the vessel just south of the Seabed Boundary Line, with seven people onboard suspected of fishing for trepang.

Another Fine Issued Over 80 Mile Beach Shark Dumping 1 starstarstarstarstar   3rd February 2010 - Views: 575 The dumping of shark carcasses on 80 Mile Beach, almost two years ago, has resulted in another commercial fisher being fined, over breaches of the fishing exemption he formerly operated under.

Hefty Fines Handed Out To Illegal Abalone Fishers 1 starstarstarstarstar   2nd February 2010 - Views: 575 A crackdown by South West Fisheries and Marine Officers has resulted in three people being fined in court today, together with the issuing of 12 infringements and two warning notices for breaching the abalone fishing rules.

Amif Elects New President starstarstarstarstar   28th January 2010 - Views: 645 The Australian Marine Industries Federation (AMIF) has elected Gordon Howlett as its new President.

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