Seafood was a strong performer in the latest primary sector export review.
Graeme Sinclair's Gone Fishin was the first of what has become a raft of Kiwi-produced fishing shows.
Hoki fishery collapses, was the claim from the anti-commercial fishing lobby last week.
In the world of New Zealand aquaculture, there is no avoiding comparing yourself against the standard set by the Norwegians and, in particular, the Norway government’s commitment to the industry.
Last week in Rome 150 nuns from the Catholic Benedictine order met for their four-yearly congress.
Quietly and without fuss, the powerful Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) made a change to the description of sustainable fisheries recently.
When word came through that the Court of Appeal had ruled in favour of New Zealand paua divers in their case against shark cage diving near Stewart Island, the reaction was one of jubilance.
Now for some good news about plastics.
The seafood sector has many examples of uneducated men made good.