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Johor Fisheries Department is taking proactive measures to ensure the sustainability of fish resources and marine life in the state.
MALAYSIAN food and beverage operators and associations are urging the government and its related ministries to urgently engage and discuss ways to allow safe dine-ins, before it is too late.
The future of Perak’s main turtle-nesting site in Segari, Manjung is at risk as plans to gazette the 7km stretch as a protected area has dragged on since 2013.
COASTAL fishermen in south Johor have reduced the price of seafood since May.
THOSE yearning to take out their rod and line to catch trophy fish must remember that they do not fall under essential services and can get caught if they go fishing.
MALAYSIA will be able to produce some 150,000 metric tonnes of blood cockles (Tegillarca granosa) worth more than RM1bil by 2025, according to Batu Maung Fisheries Research Institute (FRI) in Penang.
There is a global demand for premium Malaysian agricultural products and this has been made apparent by the 11th Malaysia Plan (11MP) unveiled in 2015.
OUT of 200 tuna fishing licences to be issued by the Malaysian Government, only 10% were taken up by fishermen despite the large potential of the industry.