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Queensland Seafood Industry Association

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Representative Body | Incorporated Association
Location:Queensland, Australia
Alternative Names:
  • QSIA
  • URL: http://www.seafoodsite.com.au/
    Summary Information:
    The Queensland Seafood Industry Association (QSIA) is the peak body representing the interests of Queensland's seafood industry.

    QSIA is involved in 'fisheries policy and management planning, marine park policy and planning, native title, seafood safety and quality, research and development, protection of the aquatic environment and marine safety' (QISA, 'Overview': http://www.seafoodsite.com.au/about/ (at 12 November 2005).

    Members of QSIA include professional fishers, vessel owners, seafood retailers, deckhands, businesses involved in the industry (such as net makers, chandlers, etc) and holders of Commonwealth or Torres Strait fishing entitlements.

    The QSIA is governed by an elected board overseen by elected representatives from each of the 25 local branches.

    Related Entries

    Agreement
  • Mye on behalf of the Erubam Le v State of Queensland [2004] FCA 1573 - Respondent
  • Nona on behalf of the Badulgal v State of Queensland [2004] FCA 1578 - Respondent
  • Wik Peoples v State of Queensland [2004] FCA 1306 (Determination No. 3) - Respondent
  • David on behalf of the Iama People and Tudulaig v State of Queensland [2004] FCA 1576 - Respondent
  • Gibuma on behalf of the Boigu People v State of Queensland [2004] FCA 1575 - Respondent
  • Stephen on behalf of the Ugar People v State of Queensland [2004] FCA 157 - Respondent
  • Warria on behalf of the Kulkalgal v State of Queensland [2004] FCA 1572 (7 December 2004) - Respondent
  • Wik Peoples v State of Queensland [2004] FCA 1306 (Determination No. 2) - Respondent
  • Delaney on behalf of the Quandamooka People #2 v State of Queensland [2011] FCA 741 (4 July 2011) - Respondent
  • People
  • Gary David Christopher

  • Glossary

    Representative Body | Incorporated Association

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