A new crackdown on fish smuggling has been launched amid growing fears of depleting stocks in Bahrain.
The Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Ministry wants to introduce tougher penalties, saying the exi
Fish exporters are exploiting a loophole that allows them to get around a ban on the export of popular fresh fish, the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication has reported.
The ban was introduced to keep
Bahrain's fisheries and agricultural sectors are expected to receive a major boost in investment in the next five years.
Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Minister Dr Juma Al Ka'abi said that in
China is helping Bahrain set up a new laboratory that will support efforts to replenish the nation's depleted fish stocks.
It will analyse fish diseases and water samples once it is fully operational at its
Agricultural advancements taking place in Egypt’s desert could pave the way for a whole new approach to cultivating fresh vegetables and fish in the GCC that’s four times more efficient than regular farms, and requires no fertile lan
A hypermarket has been stocking its shelves with British meat, fish, cheese, bread, fruits and vegetables.
LuLu Hypermarket is marking Great British Week by selling the products, specially flown in from the UK, as well as decorati
A delegation from UAE-based Environment Protection and Development Authority (EPDA) released 9,600 ‘silver seabream’ and 1,000 ‘hamour’ fishes into the Mina Al Arab Reserve in Ras Al Khaimah.
The reserve in
UAE-based JA Jebel Ali Golf Resort held a workshop to introduce its revolutionary 'Aquaponics' scheme under which plants are grown by fertilizing them with the waste water from fish.
The workshop included high end speakers from
Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo in The Dubai Mall will showcase a colourful array of tropical fish in a new exhibit opening today.
The exhibit with the Paradise Island theme will run up to February 5 with exotic species on dis
The fisheries industries in Oman is facing challenges such as the lack of fish as raw materials, high prices, low capacity utilisation and low quantity of fish available for processing, said a top government official.
Salah Mohammed Abdo,