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.
Would you use a soap made from fish? Lea Wilder fights to attract locals to empty tourist village by making barramundi soap.
Fish and chips are a Friday evening dinner favourite — but the battered fish you are buying may have been caught by modern-day slaves.
Crabs dwelling in Lake Macquarie, a popular fishing spot north of Sydney, are absorbing concerning levels of cadmium from sediment, an EPA report reveals, but locals say the public has not been warned.
The range of fish being eaten is reducing and the demand for popular species is growing. It means consumers are missing out on cheaper local seafood, while also putting pressure on the sustainability of fish populations.
Brisbane woman Harn Newton snags a triple whammy when she was fishing outside of Darwin — a new fiance, her first barra and a story to tell the relatives.
The sustainably-farmed fish is in high demand and farmers are ramping up production, even as it made headlines this week with up to a million killed in their natural habitat.