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Workers at one of Bluff's biggest employers have been blindsided by the news almost half of their jobs may be lost - which means they could be out of a job or have to relocate 400km north to keep… Audio
Sanford says it's had a satisfactory first half, despite a drop in revenue and profit. Audio
New Zealand fish exports have struck trouble getting into China. Audio
The fishing company, Sanford, says its full-year result is down on expectations, mainly due to the impacts of climate change. Audio
The Ministry Primary Industries is defending its decision not to prosecute any big fishing companies found to be under-reporting hoki catch.
Big fishing companies, including Sanford and Talley's, under-reported hundreds of tonnes of hoki, but MPI didn't prosecute them because it says court action doesn't help change behaviour. Audio
Sanford owns one of the infected oyster farms. Sanford's Chief Operations Officer Greg Johansson joins Checkpoint live. Video, Audio
Improved sales of higher-priced fresh fish have helped to lift the first half profit of the country's biggest listed fishing company Sanford. Audio
The listed fishing company, Sanford, is optimistic about growth ahead, but says the weather remains a key headwind. Audio
The listed fishing company, Sanford, has almost doubled its half-year profit, as it focuses on selling premium fresh fish rather than frozen products. Audio
A fisherman has been told he must share his knowledge of the best fishing spots to Sanford, his former employer. Audio
Fish company, Sanford, says the New Zealand commercial fishing industry is increasingly working together to build the country's global brand as a sustainable source of quality products. Audio
The fish company, Sanford, says the increased focus on the production of fresh fish has found a strong local demand. Audio
There are just too many fish hooks in Sanford's offer to stop harvesting the Hauraki Gulf for it to work, a recreational fisherman says.
Sanford is expecting to complete its exit from the tuna industry in the next couple of months. Audio
Fishing company Sanford has sold one of its boats as part of its plans to exit the tuna industry.
Two-hundred-and-thirty workers at Sanford's mussel plant in Christchurch face some tough choices in the coming weeks after a proposal to make them redundant. Audio
Two hundred and thirty two workers at Sanford's fish processing plant in Christchurch will be out of a job before the month is out. Audio
More than two hundred seafood workers listened in disbelief this afternoon, in Christchurch, as they were told they'd be out of a job by the end of the month. Audio
The listed fishing company, Sanford, says a new sustainable fishing method developed in New Zealand has huge commercial potential. Audio