FISH COVID19 Special Issue 2 Back to FISH magazine
PUBLISHED 1 Jul 2020
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In this issue

Taking stock, moving forward

Classically, resilience is the ability to recover from a setback, although that may not necessarily be a return to the way things were. By Catherine...

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In brief

Queen’s Birthday Honours Former FRDC chair and long-time Queensland Senator Ron Boswell has received a Queen’s Birthday Honour, becoming an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) in the...

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Community connections key to coping with crisis

Restrictions imposed to control COVID-19 might have spelled the end for some of Australia’s fledgling Indigenous fishing enterprises, but drawing on local support, and with a view to the...

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Freezers stocked, then fresh sales surge

Fresh fish and seafood dominate the retail market in Australia, and data gathered during the COVID-19 restrictions show consumers paying more and buying a wider range of fresh product as they...

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COVID-19 impacts global seafood markets

Seafood is one of the world’s most traded commodities and Australia is a small cog in the huge wheel of international trade. However, it is clear that the impacts being felt across the globe have...

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Time online to upskill

Online courses have been the go-to format for education and training around the world during COVID-19 restrictions. But they also provide valuable long-term opportunities for Australia’s seafood...

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Charting a course through uncertain waters

Over the past three months in particular, staff at the FRDC have been speaking with people from across fishing and aquaculture to see how they are faring. It is apparent that no two people have...

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Food sector ponders new recipes for business

For Australia’s fishers and farmers whose supply chains and markets disappeared – in extreme cases, overnight – the future seems unpredictable, to say the least. Some are describing the...

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The future of Australian agriculture and fisheries

Australian agriculture is facing unprecedented change. We need to ensure the right foundations are in place to position Australian agriculture to continue its success story, delivering value to...

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Seafood sector steps up to feed those in need

Five million Australians every year experience food insecurity; sometimes all it takes is an unexpectedly large bill, a cut to working hours, a health issue or a car in need of repair and...

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Seafood rides new market waves

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Meeting the home dining challenge

FISH magazine asked a cross-section of customer-facing industry players to share their insights into the trials and tribulations – and even the triumphs – experienced during the coronavirus...

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