IN BRIEF - Tamil Nadu fishermen warned as low pressure area formed in Arabian Sea
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
CHENNAI - The Regional Meteorological Centre on Monday warned fishermen not to venture into the sea as a low pressure area has formed over the southwest Arabian Sea. The system is likely to move towards the Gulf of Aden and concentrate into depression during the next 48 hours. Officials said the system is not going to affect the Indian coasts. However, fishermen are advised not to venture in and around the southwest Arabian Sea and nearby areas.
S Balachandran, director, Area Cyclone Warning Centre, said the system would not affect the Indian coasts. "This is only a warning to fishermen, who go for deep sea fishing. We are keeping a close track of its trajectory," he said.
Meanwhile, heavy rainfall is expected at isolated places in Kerala and the southern Tamil Nadu in two days. Kerala and Tamil Nadu have been receiving a decent amount of rainfall for the past a few days. Palani in Dindigul district in Tamil Nadu received 4 cm rain.
Because the Ballville Dam at Fremont was removed, he said the river downstream of Water Works Dam, south of the Ella Street Bridge, has the same fishing regulations as Lake Erie.
“Because the Ballville Dam came out, they had to establish a new landmark for the Lake Erie Sport Fishing District,” he said. “People will need to pay attention to the Lake Erie regulations if they’re fishing from the Water Works Dam in Tiffin downstream. All the Lake Erie regulations apply.”
Leibengood said one change to be aware of applies to the spring walleye run, March 1 through April 30 2019.
LONDON - The International Pole & Line Foundation (IPNLF), the charity that is committed to developing and supporting responsible one-by-one tuna fisheries and supply chains, is delighted to announce that Jurgita Rhodes, Senior Partner at Marquis Media Partners, and Rahim Hoosen, Trading Head of Groceries, Household, Pet, Personal Care, Print Media at Woolworths South Africa, have joined its Board of Trustees.
In their new roles and alongside their fellow trustees, Rhodes and Hoosen will help guide IPNLF’s future progress, overseeing the governance of the organisation and informing its strategic direction.
Rhodes has a wealth of experience across fintech, media and disruptive technologies, and has led pioneering commercial transformation programmes at the forefront of digital evolution. She has worked in high profile technology and news businesses, providing strategic planning for brand expansion and budget management, delivering award-winning results. Her career has included positions at Bloomberg and the BBC. Based in the UK, she has a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania.
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Running a household in Iceland is 66% more expensive in Iceland than it is in the European Union, RÚV reports. This was among the findings presented by economist Gylfi Magnússon during his talk at a conference held by the Consumer Association of Iceland and the Icelandic Confederation of Labour.
Gylfi found that even when compared with some of the most expensive countries in Europe, Iceland did not come out well. “Expenses in Iceland were 17% higher than in Denmark, which was the most expensive country in the European Union in 2017,” he remarked. “And we managed to even overtake the Norwegians in this respect, and Norway is usually the most expensive country in mainland Europe.”
Gylfi asserted that Iceland’s small market size worked against it. Many Icelandic companies, he said, are too small and inefficient. Moreover, shipping expenses aren’t always transparent and are higher in Iceland than they are in other places. He also noted that the prices of items sold in international chain stores, such as Lindex, Bauhaus, and H&M, are an average of 20% higher in Iceland than they are abroad.
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Hav Line’s harvest vessel has made 15 trips back and forth between cages in Western Norway and the salmon terminal in Hirtshals since its inauguration.
In mid-January, “Norwegian Gannet” went on its first mission. Three months later, 2,800 tons of salmon have been harvested, but the discussion on where the so-called production fish is to be sorted is still ongoing.
The Ministry of Trade and Fisheries is demanding that the fish be sorted in Norway and has sent out a clarification of the fisheries quality regulations’ provisions for consultation. The consultation deadline is March 15 2019, and the amendment to the regulations is scheduled to take effect on April 1.
Salmon farmer Scottish Sea Farms is to spend more than GBP 3 million with suppliers throughout Scotland, bringing a jobs boost to rural communities. The Stirling-headquartered group announced the multi-million pound spend as it prepares to launch a new site in Orkney.
Scottish Sea Farms confirmed it will invest a total of GBP 3.3m in infrastructure, more than 90 per cent of which will be spent with Scottish businesses, to equip its farm off Lober Rock in the Scapa Flow which is due to go live in the autumn.
The contracts include GBP 1.74m with the Gael Force Group in Inverness, GBP 665,000 with Macduff Shipyards in Aberdeenshire, GBP 324,000 with W&J Knox in Ayrshire and GBP 106,000 with Leask Marine in Orkney.
ALPHONSE ISLAND - A British-led marine scientific mission off the Seychelles succeeded on Thursday in retrieving a key underwater drone from the sea bed, where it had fallen after its cable was cut two days ago.
The camera-carrying drone is a vital piece of equipment for the Nekton Mission scientists as they explore the Indian Ocean depths. Two recovery attempts on Wednesday failed.
Albion publishes 2019 ODP profile Canada
Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP) is pleased to announce Canadian seafood supplier Albion Farms & Fisheries has renewed its participation in the Ocean Disclosure Project (ODP) for a second y...
SFP announces new Target 75 'Champion' United States
Sustainable Fisheries Partnership is pleased to announce that US- and Italy-based seafood importer and distributor PanaPesca has become SFP’s newest Target 75 Champion.
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