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Minister McConalogue announces over 600 tonnes of marine waste collected by Ireland’s seafood sector since 2015

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Minister McConalogue announces over 600 tonnes of marine waste collected by Ireland’s seafood sector since 2015

TY students to learn about career opportunities in Ireland’s aquaculture sector

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Reimagining the future of seafood in 2050

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Start-up aquaculture accelerator this October seeks to nurture new talent

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Bord Iascaigh Mhara Publish Annual Business of Seafood Report

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  • Minister McConalogue announces over 600 tonnes of marine waste collected by Ireland’s seafood sector since 2015

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  • TY students to learn about career opportunities in Ireland’s aquaculture sector

    Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue T.D. launches the expansion of the Aquaculture Remote Classroom (ARC) programme to second level schools, with a group of transition year students from schools in Buncrana, Donegal town, Milford, Carrick, Letterkenny and Killybegs in Co. Donegal 

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  • Reimagining the future of seafood in 2050

    A panel of experts from across Europe will look at how the future of seafood production to ensure resilience, security and accessibility in 2050, during this year's European Maritime Day events.

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  • Start-up aquaculture accelerator this October seeks to nurture new talent

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  • Bord Iascaigh Mhara Publish Annual Business of Seafood Report

    Importance of foodservice, a diversified portfolio and sector resilience key to seafood industry performance in 2020

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