Solomon Islands

FFA staff donate relief to Solomon Islanders affected by floods

HONIARA, SOLOMON ISLANDS, 18 FEBRUARY 2008: FFA Staff today delivered a donation for Solomon Islanders affected by recent flooding. The donation, from FFA Staff members, was SBD 7000 worth of food and basic supplies which will be delivered by the National Disaster Council to flood-affected communities.

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Operation Kurukuru Staff

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Operation Kurukuru Photos

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New facilities launched in Solomon Islands for maritime surveillance

HONIARA, SOLOMON ISLANDS, 15 AUGUST 2008: The Maritime Unit of the Solomon Islands Police Force (SIPF) has new facilities to improve maritime surveillance targeting illegal fishing, transnational crime and search and rescue at sea, thanks to a new Operations Room was officially opened today at SIPF’s portside office.

FFA Licence Information List

Information provided in this list is from FFA member licence lists and regularly updated. Please click on the links below to view each member's licence list.

Australia

Cook Islands

Federated States of Micronesia

Fiji

Kiribati

Marshall Islands

Nauru

New Zealand

Niue

Palau

Papua New Guinea

Fisheries Trade Guidebook

This Guidebook, Pacific Islands Countries, the Global Tuna Industry and the International Trade Regime, outlines the major trade-related elements of the tuna fishing industry in the Western Central Pacific Ocean. In particular, it is meant to be a reference guide to assist government officials (particularly fisheries, trade and foreign affairs officials) and tuna industry operators to better understand the rules and requirements of international and regional trade agreements, and how they impact the fisheries sector.

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