Racist slurs, verbal abuse, long working hours with few breaks and wages below the statutory minimum wage are ‘common workplace experiences’ of migrant workers in the Irish fishing industry, new research finds . The report, produced by Maynooth University Law Department, occurs four months after damning assessment by the USRead More →

Maputo – Former Mozambique Security Service (SISE) economic intelligence chief Antonio Carlos do Rosario claimed on Tuesday that some of the work of the Mozambique Tuna Company (Ematum) was actually done for the defense forces and security of the country, but it could not be admitted publicly “because it mightRead More →

Photographs obtained by the ABC reveal an increase in the number of illegal Indonesian fishing crews operating near mainland Australia, apparently under the nose of federal border protection agencies. Key points: Indonesian fishing boats brazenly sail in Australian waters Australian operators also express concern over piracy Locals fear curtailment ofRead More →