Te Ohu Kaimoana's Annual Plan and Budget for 2018/19 is now available and can be viewed or downloaded here. Te Ohu Kaimoana’s 2018/19 work programme is grouped to deliver outcomes in the key areas of: Governance and Management [...]
Te Ohu Kaimoana tautoko the decision by fishing industry quota owners to voluntarily reduce the amount of hoki they catch in the new fishing year, beginning 1 October 2018. The industry is proactively responding to observations from [...]
Last week the Minister of Fisheries Hon Stuart Nash released his decisions regarding the management of 32 different fish stocks in Aotearoa for the 1 October 2018 fishing year. Te Ohu Kaimoana worked with Iwi to provide Fisheries New Zealand [...]
Want to spend a year in Japan? Get your application in quick for the 2018 Global Fisheries Scholarship!
Are you Māori? Have studied or worked in fisheries or business? Interested in a career in the seafood industry? Want to spend a year in Japan? If you answered "Āe!", or know someone in your whānau [...]
Te Ohu Kaimoana Chairman Jamie Tuuta travelled to New York on Monday (3 September 2018) as a member of the New Zealand delegation that will participate in discussions on a new international agreement on Biodiversity Beyond [...]
A collaborative effort has seen a successful result in the High Court for iwi and the environment this week. The High Court has quashed the Environmental Protection Authority’s Decision-Making Committee’s (DMC) decision allowing Trans Tasman Resources [...]
Report for Second Quarter 2018 released An important highlight for the second quarter of the 2017/18 financial year was the Māori Fisheries Conference held in Auckland at the end of March. Themed around Tangaroa-ā-Mua: Future Māori Fisheries, [...]