Fri, 21 Sep 2012 12:18p.m.
Four South Korean officers from the fishing vessel Oyang 75 have been ordered to pay a total of $424,500 at the Christchurch District Court this morning.
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24/09/2012 6:53:27 a.m.
No wonder our fishery is in decline. To counter fish dumping (to stay within quota regulations) all vessels should have an independent monitoring their behaviour.
21/09/2012 9:03:09 p.m.
They should be fined the value of the fish dumped.
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