'They are killing our jobs': Minister urged to act against shark fishing

The outcry after four bronze whaler sharks were slaughtered in front of tourists has shone a light on the murky waters of shark hunting and the damage it does

01 March 2020 - 00:00 By Claire Keeton

A silvery shape flashes in the swell and is gone. “That’s a hammerhead. The first one we’ve seen today...

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