Authorities and the company responsible for 100,000 litres of PFAS-contaminated water which was released into the Shoalhaven River remain tight-lipped about its environmental impact.
The liaison between two whale sharks is one of the few times mating has ever been seen.
The worldwide price of oil has fallen by more than $US10 a barrel in recent weeks, but the cheaper price has not fazed a Norwegian company's plan to drill in the Great Australian Bight.
The fishing industry begins an education campaign hoping to get more families to eat fresh local seafood, by talking to school children.
Indigenous traditional owners in remote West Arnhem Land lose patience with being prohibited from selling valuable barramundi from their coastal waters, while commercial trawlers do just that.
Tasmania's fishing industry warns seismic testing approvals for an area near King Island in Bass Strait could prove "destructive", but fishers say they feel powerless to stop it.
If it is flake and chips for dinner in your house tonight, spare a thought for the Australian fishers as they struggle to catch the right piece of flake.
It looks like canned tuna, tastes like canned tuna, but contains none of it. A new soy-based "fishless tuna" has upset the seafood industry by using a similar name and packaging and marketing itself as a more sustainable alternative.
Surfers take to the water at King Island in a protest to tell salmon farmers that "they don't have any social licence to come and invade our waters".
Tasmanian commercial fishermen are using rod and reel to target top quality sashimi-grade southern bluefin tuna to meet the demand of discerning diners in Japanese restaurants on the mainland.