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International day of seafarer 2020: 150 seafarers repatriated on an Air Mauritius Flight from Rome today

International day of seafarer 2020: 150 seafarers repatriated on an Air Mauritius Flight from Rome today
Date:June 25, 2020|Domain:Fisheries

GIS – 25 June 2020:150 seafarers were repatriated, today, on an Air Mauritius Flight from Rome according to a communiqué issued by the Shipping Division at the Ministry of Blue Economy, Marine Resources, Fisheries and Shipping in the context of the


Budget 2020-2021: Blue Economy to play a major role in our socio-economic development agenda

Date:June 10, 2020|Domain:Fisheries

GIS - 10 June, 2020: In the wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Blue Economy has assumed another dimension as the need to ensure food security, job retention, and sustainability are now among the highest priorities of our socio-economic development a


Minister Maudhoo meets the fishermen community to discuss issues pertaining to purse seine fishing

Minister Maudhoo meets the fishermen community to discuss issues pertaining to purse seine fishing
Date:June 03, 2020|Domain:Fisheries

GIS - 03 June, 2020: The Minister of Blue Economy, Marine Resources, Fisheries and Shipping, Mr Sudheer Maudhoo, met, this afternoon, with fishermen of various cooperative societies at the seat of the ministry in Port-Louis, to take cognizance of th


Fishers authorised to go out to sea tomorrow to check or retrieve fishing traps

Date:May 04, 2020|Domain:Fisheries--Health

GIS  – 04 May, 2020: Government has consented for duly registered fishermen who carry out their fishing activities solely by using fish traps, to go out to sea, tomorrow, between 7 am and 15 pm, to check or retrieve if need be, those traps. Only


New multi-purpose support vessel to support training and research in the blue economy

New multi-purpose support vessel to support training and research in the blue economy
Date:March 06, 2020|Domain:Fisheries

GIS - 06 March, 2020: Investigator II, a new multi-purpose support vessel to support important training and research in the blue economy, was officially launched, yesterday, by the Prime Minister, Mr Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, at Quay E, Mer Rouge. The


Bilateral cooperation: Mauritius and France sign three declarations of intent

Bilateral cooperation: Mauritius and France sign three declarations of intent
Date:February 20, 2020|Domain:International Relations--Education & Training--Fisheries--Economy & Finance

​GIS - 20 February, 2020: Three declarations of intent relating to the creation and organisation of the network of French studies in Mauritius, the new landing airstrip in Rodrigues, and the ocean economy were signed, this afternoon, at the Treasury


Fishing port and breakwater structures to be constructed at Fort-William and Caudan

Fishing port and breakwater structures to be constructed at Fort-William and Caudan
Date:February 14, 2020|Domain:Fisheries

GIS - 14 February, 2020:  A fishing port and breakwater structures will be constructed at Fort-William and Caudan by the Mauritius Ports Authority (MPA) with a view of improving fishing operations in the harbour and rationalising the parking of idle


Blue Economy: Sustainability of marine resources as a key component

Blue Economy: Sustainability of marine resources as a key component
Date:February 06, 2020|Domain:Fisheries

GIS - 06 February, 2020: Within the objective of converting the Blue Economy into a robust pillar of the country, the sustainability of our marine resources is a key component. Hence the need to act in a responsible and responsive manner for the ben


Hapag Lloyd sets up its Quality Service Centre in Mauritius

Hapag Lloyd sets up its Quality Service Centre in Mauritius
Date:January 07, 2020|Domain:Fisheries

GIS– 07 January, 2020: Hapag Lloyd, a leading global liner shipping company, has officially launched its Quality Service Centre in Mauritius, today, during a ceremony held in its office at HSBC Centre, in Ebène.  The Minister of Blue Economy, Marine