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PNA Ministers prepares for Tuna Commission and future programs

Funafuti, Tuvalu (13 November, 2014) — Tuna conservation, fishing vessel licensing arrangements, and further development of the successful “vessel day scheme” (VDS) that governs purse seine fishing in the central and western Pacific were key points of discussion at the meeting of government ministers from the eight nations that make up the Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) 12-13 November, 2014 in Tuvalu.

PNA prepares for WCPFC annual meeting, future programs

Funafuti, Tuvalu (13 November, 2014) — Tuna conservation, fishing vessel licensing arrangements, and further development of the successful “vessel day scheme” (VDS) that governs purse seine fishing in the central and western Pacific were key points of discussion at the meeting of government ministers from the eight nations that make up the Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) 12-13 November, 2014 in Tuvalu.

Papua New Guinea holds successful fishing days tender

Majuro — The CEO of the Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) recognized Papua New Guinea’s National Fisheries Authority for conducting a successful public tender of fishing days for 2015.
“The tender is allowing Papua New Guinea to maximize the value of the fishing days it is allotted under PNA’s vessel day scheme,” said PNA CEO Dr. Transform Aqorau on Monday 10 November 2014. “By putting fishing days out for public tender, the National Fisheries Authority allowed the industry to put a value on fishing.”

Papua New Guinea holds successful ‘fishing days’ tender

Majuro — The CEO of the Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) recognized Papua New Guinea’s National Fisheries Authority for conducting a successful public tender of fishing days for 2015.
“The tender is allowing Papua New Guinea to maximize the value of the fishing days it is allotted under PNA’s vessel day scheme,” said PNA CEO Dr. Transform Aqorau on Monday 10 November 2014. “By putting fishing days out for public tender, the National Fisheries Authority allowed the industry to put a value on fishing.”

TUNA MARKET INTELLIGENCE - Issue 3 available online

Today the third edition of a new market intelligence news service is released, written by reknowned Pacific journalist Robert Matau and sponsored by the PNA. Reproduction of its articles in PNA country media is free of charge, however all other publications and organisations wishing to reprint any information in this publication should first contact marketintel@pnatuna.com for information about rates.

READ THE THIRD EDITION FOR FREE ONLINE: http://www.pnatuna.com/marketintel3

TUNA MARKET INTELLIGENCE SECOND EDITION AVAILABLE FREE ONLINE

Today the second edition of a new market intelligence news service is released, written by reknowned Pacific journalist Robert Matau and sponsored by the PNA. Reproduction of its articles in PNA country media is free of charge, however all other publications and organisations wishing to reprint any information in this publication should first contact marketintel@pnatuna.com for information about rates.

READ THE SECOND EDITION FOR FREE ONLINE: http://www.pnatuna.com/marketintel2

New Tuna Market Intelligence available to read online today

Today a new market intelligence news service is launched, written by reknowned Pacific journalist Robert Matau and sponsored by the PNA. Reproduction of its articles in PNA country media is free of charge, however all other publications and organisations wishing to reprint any information in this publication should first contact marketintel@pnatuna.com for information about rates.

READ THE FIRST EDITION FOR FREE ONLINE: http://www.pnatuna.com/marketintel1

CALL FOR TENDERS – WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT AND CONTENT

The Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) is calling for tenders from interested individuals and organizations to manage website development for www.pnatuna.com and content for associated social media sites.

Journalists briefed on $6 billion Pacific tuna industry

For immediate release

Suva, Fiji (August 20, 2014) — A group of senior Pacific island journalists was briefed on tuna industry developments during a two-day workshop that concluded Tuesday in Suva, Fiji.

Jointly sponsored by the Parties to the Nauru Agreement (PNA) and the Pew Charitable Trusts, the workshop featured talks from tuna industry representatives, fisheries managers and eco-label officials who monitor sustainability standards in the PNA’s skipjack tuna fishery.

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