The Loughs Agency has announced that interested parties are invited to apply for a licence to fish the 2020/2021 Lough Foyle Native Oyster fishery.
The Sunday Business Post has reported that six Irish fish processors from Killybegs are taking a High Court case against the state fisheries watchdog, the SFPA
With the crab and lobster fishery having reopened for recreational fishers on 1st May, the Sea-Fisheries Protection Authority (SFPA), the sea-fisheries regulator, is reminding all fishers of the importance of compliance with the regulations and best practice that govern the catching, selling and buying of crabs and lobsters.
Killybegs Fishermen’s Organisation, Chief Executive Sean O’Donoghue spoke ealier today to RTÉ Radio One’s Morning Ireland over his concerns that Michel Barnier’s stance on the EU-UK Future Negotiations is beginning to soften.
European Member State Ministers and EU delegates met yesterday ahead of the next round of crucial EU-UK Future Relationship Negotiations.
Minister for the Marine, Michael Creed TD, has responded to the criticism levelled at him over his handling of the Irish fishing industry during the current COVID-19 crisis.