The Lowry Bay fish market will celebrate 10 years in business this winter and still has some of its original customers.
Fish ‘n’ chips remain New Zealand’s most popular takeaway.
An odd-looking clam is fetching big dollars in China and Hong Kong, and a Marlborough-based company is hoping to capitalise on the demand.
Fleur Sullivan didn’t have a big plan when she set up her internationally renowned Moeraki restaurant Fleur’s Place.
The remarkable turnaround in the orange roughy fishery was celebrated this week.
The Chathams paua fishery, the country's biggest, is preparing for a further voluntary catch reduction.
The remarkable turnaround of New Zealand’s orange roughy fishery, long-hailed as an example of over-fishing, has been detailed in a book to be launched tonight in Wellington.