Reopening shark fishery could boost seafood supply

The chief executive of the Western Australian Fishing Industry Council has urged industry experts to examine the closure of a shark fishery, citing concerns about public safety and seafood supply

Reopening Western Australia’s metropolitan shark fishery could benefit public safety and give a much needed boost to the supply of premium seafood, according to a fishing industry chief.

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