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The Tristan Times - Tristan da Cunha
The online newspaper of Tristan da Cunha
  Issue No. 574 Online Edition Thursday 30 October 2014 
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1: South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands Add New Spatial and Temporal Closed Areas to Marine Protected Area - S.Atlantic (Fisheries) - 21.01.2013
Scientific advice and a stakeholder consultation have resulted in the Government of South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands (GSGSSI) announcing the addition of extra spatial and temporal protection to the existing South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands Marine Protected Area (SGSSI MPA).

2: Sustainable seafood on the Waterfront: Shoreline Café and Tristan da Cunha rock lobster fishery secure MSC certification - Tristan (Fisheries) - 20.07.2011This article has photographs
Cape Town’s Two Oceans Aquarium today hosted a special celebration as its Shoreline Café, destination for thousands of hungry visitors each year, became the first restaurant in Africa to be certified to the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)[1] Chain of Custody standard for seafood traceability. Photo (c) Tristan Times

3: Tristan da Cunha rock lobster fishery enters full MSC assessment - Tristan (Fisheries) - 27.04.2010
The sign-board that awaits you when finally reaching Tristan da Cunha Island after a week-long South Atlantic sea voyage from Cape Town says “Welcome to the World’s Remotest Island”.

4: Tristan Fishing News 11.11.09 - Tristan (Fisheries) - 11.11.2009
The 2009/10 fishing season has not started very well due to excessivebad weather.

5: New Fishing Season Gets Underway at Tristan - Tristan (Fisheries) - 29.07.2009This article has photographs
The first official fishing day for the 2009/10 season, with catches being landed into Tristan’s new factory, got underway on the 28th July. Photo (c) James Glass (Tristan Times) -: One of the fishing boats being loaded into the harbour at sunrise

6: New Fish Factory Opened on Tristan - Tristan (Fisheries) - 20.07.2009This article has photographs
The Opening of Tristan’s new Fishing Factory seventeen months after being destroyed by fire. Photo (c) James Glass (Tristan Times) New Factory: Charl Project Manger of Apple Group: Left to Right - Charl Moolman (Project Manager) Eric Mackenzie and Alice Glass

7: Tristan: Record Breaking Fishing News - Tristan (Fisheries) - 05.11.2006This article has photographs
October lands the highest catches since the factory was rebuilt after the 1961 Volcano (1963-1965) Photo (c) Sarah Glass (Tristan Times) Brian Rogers and Cliff Swain in their fishing boat with fisheries apprentice Steve Swain.

8: FAO Set The Record Straight on Fisheries Management - S.Atlantic (Fisheries) - 02.03.2006
The International community puts a high priority on fisheries management.

9: Tristan's Women Settle Strike - Tristan (Fisheries) - 01.10.2005
Tristan's part-time factory workers will earn 12.94% more than they did this time last month.

10: Tristan: Women Reject Latest Pay Offer - Tristan (Fisheries) - 27.09.2005
Tristan's women have been on strike since 12 September and will not go back until they get the cost-effective pay deal they want.

11: Poaching Threatens Tristan da Cunha's Hurricane Recovery - Tristan (Fisheries) - 12.06.2005This article has photographs
Any way you look at it, poachers who steal Tristan da Cunha's lobster as well as other maritime resources and offload them in Cape Town have cost the people hundreds of thousands of pounds a year in lost revenue. Photos (C) James Glass (Tristan Times) - Calshot Hatbour as it looks today.

12: Tristan Has a New Whitefish Licensing Agreement - Tristan (Fisheries) - 21.01.2005
The Island Council have approved a recommendation from Natural Resources Department for co-operative link with Ladywood AS, a Norwegian fishing company operating out of Cape Town.

13: The Lobster Fishery at Tristan and Tristan's quota of 158mt - Tristan (Fisheries) - 10.01.2005This article has photographs
Despite having evidence of landings of lobster (Jasus tristani) only found at Tristan and the Vema Seamount, plus lots of Octopus, the UK Government seems slow to act on our concerns. Photos (c) James Glass (Tristan Times)

14: Fire Damages M/V Kelso - Tristan (Fisheries) - 08.09.2004This article has photographs
An undetermined amount of fishing gear and two power boats were damaged in a fire that was accidentally started onboard M/V KELSO, a fishing vessel that operated around Tristan da Cunha. Photo (c) James Glass (Tristan Times) - The M/V Kelso anchored off the settlement

15: Genetic Profiling: It's Time to Invent the Gadget - S.Atlantic (Fisheries) - 06.06.2004
The idea that genetic profiling, or molecular markers as well as parasitic profiling could be used in an attempt to apprehend poachers is not new.

16: Landfall: Patrol Vessel and Poacher Reach Cape Town. - Tristan (Fisheries) - 05.09.2003
It's the first time the crew of SOUTHERN SUPPORTER have walked on land since 25 July.


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