Keith provides a rational for a much needed discussion regarding recreational fishing impacts.
After a brief hiatus more content is on the way.
The so-called fisheries reform process marches on much to the detriment of large sections of Queensland commercial fishers. Here are some blog posts to keep you update with the reform process:
Thanks to Jane Lovell for the discussing the outcomes of the 'Tipping Point' meeting in Western Australia and more importantly the outcomes of the meeting.
The interview was recorded o Sunday 9 February 2019.
Fishers and Farmers flying the Green Shirts Movement banner will converge on Parliament House on 12 February 2019, from 1.30pm to 5pm coinciding with the first sitting day of 2019 for the Queensland Parliament.
Thanks to Bryson for sharing his views on the impending rally in Brisbane.
Fishers and Farmers flying the Green Shirts Movement banner will converge on Parliament House on 12th February 2019, from 1.30pm to 5pm coinciding with the first sitting day of 2019 for the Queensland Parliament.
The Green Shirts Movement QLD, having in excess of 6,000 followers on Facebook is a group of farmers, fishermen and business owners not only representing themselves but all who are being crippled by the mismanagement, and poor policy from a Government who appear to hold no value in the future viability of those who produce and harvest the food and fibre for the state.
A Government who continue to be beholden to a concrete bound extreme green driven faction who persist in peddling misinformation, their immoderate ideology and politically driven agenda.
This disciplined yet determined rally will commence outside Parliament House and be followed by a street march. The Green Shirts Movement have however, been made aware through unofficial channels that extreme vegan activists who may have been involved in disrupting the Queensland Children’s Hospital Christmas Party for and storming the Dolphin shows at Sea World late in 2018, plan on attending our event and hosting a counter protest.
For more information please call Kelly Morgan, Mobile: 0422 831 779.
I would like to thank Dr Tanya King for her time today outlining the major findings in the report titled, 'Sustainable Fishing Families: Developing industry human capital through health, wellbeing, safety and resilience'. Dr King and her colleagues have created a report that is important reading for industry, government and the research community.
A few thank you's to note - firstly I am grateful for the time Dr Matt Young of Medeco Inala took to speak with me about mental health and stress and the role played by GP's in our communities. I would also like to thank Holly Bretherton, General Manager – Member Relations and Communications, Australian Medical Association of Queensland for her help in organising this podcast.
Medeco Inala has won the prestigious Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) QLD GP Practice of the year for 2018. You can access the services provided by the practice here - Medeco Inala
Part 3. Tony Riesenweber, Queensland commercial fisher
Vessel monitoring systems (VMS) are now compulsory across Queensland's commercial seafood fleet. Thanks to Tony Riesenweber for sharing his views on VMS.