Whānau in the Bay of Plenty are partnering with a University of Waikato science scholar, in the hopes of netting profits in the aquaculture industry by getting ika in the mood.
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Toxic shellfish warning for Kaipara Harbour
People are being warned not to collect shellfish in the Kaipara Harbour due to elevated toxin levels in the fish, the Ministry of Primary industries says.
Māmā quits full time job to create dive and hunting content with whānau
Kaelah James of Ngāti Kahungunu and Ngāti Hineuru has seized the opportunity to share her passion for diving and hunting full-time, and she’s taking her whānau with her.
Taranaki kaimoana ban given legal teeth
Photo / Te Korimako o Taranaki By Craig Ashworth, Local Democracy reporter
Kina removed to rejuvenate reefs in Marlborough
Four sections of kina have been removed in the Marlborough Sounds as part of a research project to rejuvenate seaweed and kelp on reefs.
Fishing rāhui in Russell aims to reinvigorate fishery
A rāhui on fishing in certain areas in the Bay of Islands, instigated by Kororāreka Marae in Russell, aims to give fishing stocks in the area a much-needed rest during Spring and early Summer.
Paralytic shellfish poisoning survivor on biotoxin experience
Heard of paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP)? If you’re a kaimoana lover, it’s something to be aware of as the symptoms can be scary.
Moving rāhui from lore to law for Taranaki mana whenua to keep kaimoana safe
Taranaki mana whenua are hoping support from the New Plymouth District Council will help galvanise their push to legally ban kaimoana gathering along their coastline.
Taranaki rāhui may get council backing
New Plymouth district councillors will consider supporting a two-year ban on collecting kaimoana along the coast to the south of the city.
Taranaki hapū seek 2 year legal ban on kaimoana collection along coastline
Photo / File Taranaki hapū want a rāhui on collecting kaimoana along their coastline made legally enforceable for two years.