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Pattrick Smellie: Deep ocean fish-farming comes a step closer
King Salmon announced plans for an offshore facility off the tip of the South Island.
New-wave research: $11.5m mega-project to shed light on NZ's changing oceans
An $11.5m project will take a closer look at NZ's vast and fast-changing marine estate.
Sanford earnings hit by vessel impact from crew death
Fishing company Sanford reported an 8 per cent decline in first-half operating earnings.
Plans for mussel farm on untouched coast angers locals
A 30ha mussel seeding farm is planned near some of New Zealand's most pristine beaches.
King Salmon earnings at bottom of guidance range as more fish die
King Salmon flagged that warmer water temperature had dented its first-half earnings.
Watch: Rescue helicopters pull hypothermic man who fell off yacht out of ocean
"You could hear in his voice how stressed he had been and how relieved he was afterwards."
Small Business: Growing oysters faster in moulds a 'game changer'
Kaeo-based Shaun Gregory talks designing a shellfish mould to grow oysters in.
Snapper rising to the fisherman's bait in NZ's warmer oceans, as other species sink
In Auckland the fish casualties include tarakihi, gurnard, trevally, hapuku and john dory.
Fishy problem: Dunedin robotics company to bone salmon automatically
Age-old problem of removing fine bones from salmon is being sought by a Dunedin company.
Diver captures footage of 'odd' wormlike sea creature
The wormlike creature was about 5 to 10 metres long and tinged pink.
Calls for crayfish fishing ban for Auckland, Bay of Plenty as population 'collapses'
Forest & Bird wants to see a three-year ban to allow the population to recover.
Comment: Government is choking NZ King Salmon with red tape
Investment specialist Mark Fowler argues that Government isn't helping the business.
Watch: Strange 8m long sea creature stuns NZ divers
Divers capture footage of surprise encounter with bizarre rare sea creature.
Waikato gets its first nibble of economic boost fund
Te Aroha feels the Prime Ministerial love again.
Oyster farmers still owed millions in compensation
MPI under fire for Stewart Island oyster farm compensation performance.