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News
12 Apr 2024
Port of Suva training to bolster fight against illegal fishing

Fisheries Officers from the Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA), in partnership with the Ministry of Fisheries Fiji, Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency, and the Ministry of Primary Industry New Zealand, recently delivered dockside boarding and inspection training for twenty-eight fisheries and Naval officers at the Port of Suva, Fiji.

News
10 Apr 2024
Australia – Thailand workshop strengthens fisheries partnership

Representatives from the Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA) recently delivered a workshop on innovations in fisheries monitoring, control, and surveillance (MCS) technology in partnership with the Thailand Department of Fisheries (DoF).

Australian Fisheries
Compliance
News
18 Mar 2024
Final notice to Commonwealth operators — Inmarsat C vessel monitoring systems have reached ‘end of life’

Inmarsat C vessel monitoring system (VMS) devices have reached ‘end of life’ and are no longer permitted for use in Commonwealth fisheries after this Friday, 22 March 2024.

Australian Fisheries
Research
Sustainability
News
14 Mar 2024
Australian initiatives on the agenda at the World Fisheries Congress

From 3 – 7 March 2024, representatives from the Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA) joined over a thousand delegates from around the world for the 9th World Fisheries Congress in Seattle, Washington. 

Australian Fisheries
Compliance
News
13 Mar 2024
Commonwealth operators running out of time to replace vessel monitoring systems

Inmarsat C Vessel Monitoring System (VMS) devices have reached ‘end of life’ and are no longer permitted for use in Commonwealth fisheries after 22 March 2024.

News
08 Mar 2024
International Women’s Day 2024: Turning the tide in the Australian Seafood Industry

Women are an important component of the Australian seafood industry. Today, on International Women’s Day, we recognise the hard-working women in Australian commercial fishing and the seafood supply chain and the value that diversity brings to our industry.

Australian Fisheries
Compliance
News
04 Mar 2024
Commonwealth operators running out of time to replace vessel monitoring systems

Inmarsat C Vessel Monitoring System (VMS) devices have reached ‘end of life’ and are no longer permitted for use in Commonwealth fisheries after 22 March 2024.

Australian Fisheries
Compliance
News
26 Feb 2024
Commonwealth operators running out of time to replace vessel monitoring systems

Inmarsat C Vessel Monitoring System (VMS) devices have reached ‘end of life’ and are no longer permitted for use in Commonwealth fisheries after 22 March 2024.