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Australia Search ends for missing Qld fishermen

07:50  03 february  2021
07:50  03 february  2021 Source:   aap.com.au

Brexit: our fishermen should regain access to Jersey waters

 Brexit: our fishermen should regain access to Jersey waters © Pixabay Brexit: our fishermen should regain access to Jersey waters Interrupted after the end of the post-Brexit period, access by French fishermen Jersey waters will be restored "within a week", the time for the written formalization of the agreements, according to the Norman fishermen. "The administrative imbroglio is settled". Good news for our fishermen.

A search for three fishermen who failed to return from a fishing trip seven days ago has been called off in far north Queensland.

a herd of sheep grazing in a large body of water: A search for three fishermen missing from Yarrabah in Queensland's far north has been called off. © Cleo Mary Fraser/AAP PHOTOS A search for three fishermen missing from Yarrabah in Queensland's far north has been called off.

Cairns police ended the hunt for the men - aged 18, 27 and 37 - on Tuesday.

The trio from Yarrabah had been due to return from a fishing trip to Cape Tribulation on Australia Day, but they never arrived home.

Police say the trio were last seen about 8.30am that day appearing to have engine trouble near Green Island.

Boats and planes searched for the men across a 1700 square nautical mile area between Little Fitzroy Island and Cape Tribulation.

Three jerry cans, a fuel tank and a lift jacket from their boat have been found over the last week, but the men and their vessel are still missing.

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