Fishing Industry News
The Fishing Daily Podcast – Series 1 Episode 2; Oliver McBride speaks to Tom Pickerell, Project Lead with the North Atlantic Adovcacy Group
The CEO’s of Northern Ireland’s two fish producers organisations have welcomed the generous £1.5m support package announced by Edwin Poots.
Inmarsat has announced that it has formalised a discount of 50% for crew voice calling services as a direct response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Minister for Fisheries in Iceland has announced that from next year all fishing vessels must submit their landings through an electronic logbook.
DAERA Fisheries Minister Edwin Poots has announced a substantial £1.5m support package for Northern Ireland’s fishing industry.
The Scottish Government has announced £10 million in financial assistance scheme designed to aid seafood processors through economic pressures related to COVID-19.
Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) Minister, Edwin Poots MLA has said that he has agreed to a Paper that assists the fishing industry in Northern Ireland.
The Killybegs Fisheries Organisation (KFO) has said it welcomes a suite of emergency measures proposed by the EU Commission today
Europeche and the EAPO have give a mixed reaction to the announcement from the European Commission on further support for the fishing industry.
The European Commission has proposed a new set of measures under the EMFF to support the EU fisheries sector in tackling the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Self-employed or a member of a partnership and have lost income due to COVID-19? You may be entitled to claim the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme.
The Icelandic Government has increased the country’s mackerel quota by 7.8% or 12,000 tonnes for 2020 but blue whiting and herring quotas remain the same.
The Irish Government’s Business Supports for those in the Irish fishing industry who are affected by COVID-19 is now available on the BIM website.