December 2021

  • Please see the below announcement from our Chairman, Tom McClurg.The Board of Fishserve (Commercial Fisheries Services Limited) is very pleased to announce the appointment of Caroline Read to the … more

  • The latest issue of Catch This, FishServe’s newsletter, is now available. You can read the latest issue here.Reading this on your phone? We’ve got a “phone friendly” version of Catch This, which you … more

  • Seafood New Zealand have published their Friday update for the 17thof December 2021.To view a copy, clickhere. more

  • Fisheries New Zealand seeks feedback from tangata whenua and stakeholders on proposed changes to the sustainability measures for several selected fish stocks or stock groupings, including:Hāpuku/Bass … more

  • This year, the FishServe office will be closed from:5 PM on Thursday the 23rdof December until 8 AM on Wednesday the 5thof January 2022During this time, you will still be able to access our website … more

  • Seafood New Zealand have published their Friday update for the 10thof December 2021.To view a copy, clickhere. more

  • Fisheries New Zealandseeks feedback about creating a new purpose under which special permits may be approved. Special permits allow certain activity that would usually be restricted under the … more

  • Commercial Fisheries Services Ltd. has a policy to publicise the names of its clients with debts outstanding greater than 90 days.The following is a list of such debtors, as at 8thDecember 2021. … more

  • Seafood New Zealand have published their Friday update for the 3rdof December 2021.To view a copy, clickhere. more

  • Following the move to the COVID-19 traffic light system, Wellington is now under the orange setting. As a result, service changes continue to apply at FishServe.Keep reading to find out more.Office … more

  • Kaikōura’s pāua fishery reopens today after being closed for 5 years due to the 2016 earthquakes.The opening for commercial and recreational pāua fishing covers the Kaikōura Marine Area and the … more