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Guimaras moves to fortify local laws vs illegal fishing
To address the rampant incidents of marine resource exploitations and illegal fishing in the coastal waters of the provine, local government units here agreed to harmonize their municipal fishery ordinances. Officials ...
- May 21, 2013
No red tide in region
Western Visayas remains red-tide free. "The current situation could not yet trigger occasional or seasonal algal blooms that carry toxins," said the regional director of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR), ...
- March 24, 2013
Cauayan fishers lament 'inaction' on poaching
The Fisherfolk in the coastal town of Cauayan were complaining about the continued inaction of local officials on the alleged illegal fishing in their municipal water. Despite the media expose on the intrusion of commercial ...
- August 24, 2013
BFAR deputizes LGUs to go after poachers
The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) in Western Visayas has granted authority to local government units (LGUs) in the province to run after fishermen who continue to poach on protected waters. But before ...
- June 2, 2013
Sunfish beaches in Miag-ao
Local residents found a sunfish beached on the shores of Brgy. Kirayan Norte, Miag-ao town yesterday morning. According to PO1 Maricel Celestial of Miag-ao police station, residents and personnel from the University of the ...
- August 8, 2013