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February 2011
Ausmarine;Feb2011, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p12
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In the article, the author discusses the latest developments in the fisheries industry as of February 2011. He cites that the accurate specialist industry reporting in newspapers was replaced by sensational trivia and speculations as the papers have become nothing more than entertainment and political propaganda. He compares the fisheries agency at the Isle of Man and that of Australian fisheries.


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