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    • Petron begins stoking fish cages in Guimaras 

      (Malaya, August 11, 2007, on page C4)
      As part of its commitment to give more livelihood opportunities to Guimarasnons, Petron will begin of two of the three fish cages it established at the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) area in the ...
    • 2010 Walong Filipina: Alagad ng Kalikasan 

      (Malaya, April 14, 2010, on page C1)
      Liongoren Gallery presents its 2010 Walong Filipina: Mga Alagad ng Kalikasan to celebrate women's month and the coming Earth Day by April. Jurgenne Primavera Phd., internationally renowned advocate of sustainable fish ...
    • Fishery school on air 

      (Malaya, December 3, 2010, on page A1-A11)
      Whenever education is mentioned, the four corners of a classroom is the first thing that comes to mind. After all, when you've spent 16 or so years learning in a classroom, the association is almost a knee-jerk reaction. ...
    • Heavy Antibiotics, chemical abuse poison fish industry's health 

      Icamina, Paul (Malaya, March 16, 2012, on page A1-A10)
      The heavy use of chemicals and antibiotics in aquaculture may result in disease outbreaks and even the collapse of the industry, the head of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) warns. "Chemical and ...
    • Summer lessons 

      Alcala, Angel (Malaya, April 27, 2012, on page A10)
      The month of April is usually a busy time for college students and university faculty members who are concerned with their academic responsibilities. Many consider it not a month of rest but a month for intellectual exercise ...
    • Major shifts in fish feed formulations 

      Icamina, Paul M. (Malaya, May 25, 2012, on page A9)
      Fish Feed formulations are undergoing major shifts, away from fishmeal and toward the plant, protein concentrates. One reason is the pressure that fish meals and fish oil- for - example, from anchovies, sardines, sprats, ...
    • Bangus feeding frenzy & feed conversion ratio 

      Icamina, Paul (Malaya, May 25, 2012, on page A1)
      The feeding habits of bangus hatcheries need a makeover."One problem in feeding management is that technicians just feed ad libitum," said Dr. Relicardo M. Coloso of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) ...
    • Pasig river gets P50M mangrove-planting boost 

      de Leon, Angela Lopez (Malaya, March 5, 2013, on page B8)
      The Department of Environment and Natural Resources yesterday signed an agreement with the Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission for a P50-million mangrove-planting project along the banks of a 19-kilometer stretch of the ...
    • Enjoy fish and seafood at Nestlé Kitchen 

      (Malaya, March 7, 2013, on page B7)
      With Holy Week and the Easter Holiday just weeks away, and summer knocking on the door, it is time to go on a seafood adventure. And, it starts at the Nestlé-Julius Maggi Kitchen. This year, everyone's favorite kitchen is ...
    • Imported 'bangus' fingerlings seized 

      Chua, Jay (Malaya, March 11, 2013, on page B2)
      Customs authorities seized yesterday at the Paircago and Miascor bonded warehouses of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) three shipments of milkfish (bangus) fry, unloaded from three airlines from Singapore, ...
    • Fish firm sees tuna exports of $100M 

      (Malaya, May 14, 2013, on page A2)
      Alliance select Food International Corp., is confident that is can grow its sales by more than a third for the year, as it works to expand market share overseas. Jonathan Dee, Alliance select president, said sales from ...
    • 10 out of 13 fishing grounds overfished 

      Cabrera, Madelaine (Malaya, May 15, 2013, on page A1-A3)
      Ten out of the country's 13 major fishing grounds are overfished, resulting in big declines in fishing production, officials of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) disclosed yesterday. BFAR Director Asis ...
    • China fishing rule defied 

      Reyes, Victor (Malaya, January 17, 2014, on page B1-B6)
      Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin yesterday said the Philippines will not recognize a fishing ban reportedly imposed by China in the disputed Spratly Islands in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea). " We will not ...
    • China putting up new structures in Spratlys; it's ours, says Beijing 

      Reyes, Victor; Hachero, Ashzel (Malaya, May 15, 2014, on page A13-B6)
      The Department of National Defense yesterday said China has been putting new structures at Johnson South Reef or Mabini Reef in the Spratlys. It is known by the Chinese as Chigua. This activity contravenes the spirit of ...
    • Photos reveal stages of China reclamation at reef 

      Lee-Brago, Pia; Laude, Jaime; Diaz, Jess; Dangcalan, Danny (The Philippine Star, May 16, 2014, on page 10)
      The Philippines released yesterday several photographs showing different stages of reclamation work being done by the Chinese on Mabini (Johnson South) Reef, apparently in preparation for construction of an airstrip. In a ...
    • Fishing boats help Capiz communities 

      (Malaya Business Insight, May 16, 2014, on page A10)
      The MVP Group Tulong Kapatid consortium has consolidated resources to rebuild coastal communities in the province of Capiz that were devastated by Super Typhoon Yolanda. The PLDT-Smart Foundation (PSF) took the lead in ...
    • DFA photos shows Sino building up reef on PH waters 

      Quismundo, Tarra (Philippine Daily Inquirer, May 16, 2014, on page A19)
      China's reclamation of land on Mabini Reef (Johnson South Reef) in the West Philippine Sea is a progressive undertaking and is likely for military use, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said yesterday. Military ...
    • Defensor loses patience 

      Nepomoceno, Jezza (Panay News, May 16, 2014, on page 1-14)
      Gov. Arthur Defensor Sr. has had enough of the "poor, ineffective and long-delayed" oil spill cleanup in Estancia and neighboring municipalities. Cleanup contractor Kuan Yu Global Technologies Inc. will be slapped with a ...
    • Ex-Chinese general wants Beijing to launch attack on Ayungin 

      Laude, Jaime (The Philippine Star, May 16, 2014, on page 11)
      A retired Chinese general has called on Beijing to order an attack on Ayungin Shoal and arrest the Filipino Marines stationed aboard the grounded Philippine Navy vessel BRP Sierra Madre. Retired People's Liberation Army ...
    • Meet Las Farolas' Red Belly Pacu 

      (Malaya, May 23, 2014, on page B7)
      Las Farolas, the living museum of river monsters which quietly observed its first anniversary recently, it also the sanctuary of the Red Pacu or Red Belly Pacu, an omnivorous South American freshwater fish which is related ...