Fishing Industry News
Fishing Industry News – the latest headlines & stories, plus updates on European fisheries
A compelling new campaign, ‘Home and Dry’, shines a light on the fishing heroes in the UK keeping seafood on plates throughout the COVID-19 crisis and urges them to get back to port safely
The European Commission has demanded that France, Spain and Sweden take immediate action to prevent the needless deaths of dolphins and porpoises killed every year as bycatch in fishing nets.
The ICES has released their recommendations for the 2021 herring fisheries in the Irish Sea, Celtic Sea and the southwest of Ireland, along with the West of Scotland and West of Ireland
Human Rights at Sea welcomes and supports WWF Statement on Human Rights Abuses at Sea which was published on the 3rd of July 2020.
The ICES has released it recommendations for Sole quota for the Irish Sea, western English Channel, west of Ireland, Bristol Channel/Celtic Sea and the Celtic Sea South/southwest of Ireland
At a board meeting last week the board of Directors decided to invest in the Greenlandic seafood company Arctic Prime Fisheries ApS (APF).
Human Rights at Sea today publishes an extensive human rights focused report looking into the ongoing issue of Fisheries Observer protections and deaths …
Norwegian pelagic trawlers, Kings Bay and Vendla left Bergen on Friday and together with four other vessels will cover a large area in search of mackerel until 4 August
The Danish Department of Fisheries has announced that they have raised the reimbursement requirement following the review of a number of grant cases under the Marine and Fisheries Development Program during the period 2014-2020.
Kristján Þór Júlíusson, the Icelandic Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture, has issued a regulation on the total allowable catch in the Icelandic fishing zone for the next fishing year
The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) has restarted quayside and sea-based coastal operations to further support the fishing industry through Covid-19.
The UK’s Chief Negotiator, David Frost has issued a statement following the conclusion of the round of negotiations with the EU which began on Monday this week (29 June) in Brussels.
Details of the appeals process for the Fisheries Response Fund (FRF) and how individuals can appeal has been announced by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO)