Heritage management planning for the Adelaide Parklands will receive $25,000 in support from the Turnbull Government.
The Turnbull Government welcomes the news that Chinese authorities have taken action against the operator of the Chinese fishing vessel Yuan Da 19 which were found to be fishing illegally in our waters.
The Pacific's fight against illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing has been further strengthened today with Australia's ratification of the Niue Treaty Subsidiary Agreement (NTSA).
Fisheries ministers from across the Pacific have converged on Mooloolaba, Queensland today to meet about the future of critical tuna fisheries.
Tax cuts for small business – down to the lowest rate in many decades – backs small businesses throughout the Adelaide Hills to expand and create more jobs, Assistant Agriculture Minister Anne Ruston says.
The Australian Government has introduced legislation to improve the integrity of the wine equalisation tax rebate and better target support to small wine producers in rural and regional Australia.
Australia has a peak national body for the seafood industry – Seafood Industry Australia.
The Australian Government, together with the Commonwealth Fisheries Association (CFA), has welcomed news that more than 50 initiatives to cut red tape for Commonwealth fishers have been or are being implemented.
The $15 million National Carp Control Plan (NCCP) recently hit a new milestone, delivering a key strategic plan to address the big questions in relation to carp control and launching an online one-stop-shop for stakeholders.
Australia's forest industry achieved a record plantation log harvest of more than 30 million cubic metres worth over $2.3 billion in 2015-16 according to a report released today.