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First fishing vessel detained under ILO Fishing Convention

The first detention of a fishing vessel under the provisions of the International Labour Organization’s Work in Fishing Convention, 2007 (No. 188) has taken place in late June, involving a foreign 380 GT vessel in Cape Town, South Africa, following complaints by the crew about working conditions, ILO informed.

‘Tintomara’ leaves Australia after contract with ITF

The Liberia-flagged ‘Tintomara’ was allowed to leave Australian waters, following detention earlier this week at Gladstone, over reports of crew underpayment and poor working conditions. The technical manager Fareast Shipmanagement Hongkong inked an industrial agreement with ITF on 26 February, after the allegations were confirmed.

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