Fishing Industry News
The EU Commission has published an evaluation of the implementation of the eel regulation, 12 years after its entry into force.
The report into the fire and loss of the MFV ‘Suzanne II’ east of Arlow on the 2 May 2019 has been released by the Marine Casualty Investigation Board (MCIB).
There is no one best practice to minimise the impacts trawling has on ocean habitats, according to leading fisheries scientists and managers
As the deadline approaches for UK fisheries to leave the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) and become an independent coastal state, a recent meeting in London between Norwegian officials and the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Fisheries (APPG) discussed how Norway manages their fisheries policy.
The weather for the remainder of this week is set to remain windy and wet as stormy coming from the western Atlantic continues to have an effect.
In 2018, £25.2 millions worth of fish was landed in fishing ports around Northern Ireland which was a substantial drop in catch value from 2017.
Gale warnings issued by Met Éireann and the Met Office (UK) remain in place for Saturday as Storm Dennis, which is crossing the North Atlantic, will have a major influence on the weather over the weekend and into Monday.
Twenty-years on from the EU’s decision to close an area of the Irish Sea from commercial fishing, Sea Source NI has questioned the wisdom of the decision.
The Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has issued a reply to an article called “These three post-Brexit bills bulldoze a hole through environmental protections” from Guardian journalist, Fiona Harvey.
Gale warnings have been issued for Friday ahead of Storm Dennis which is due to sweep across the North Atlantic over the weekend.
George Eustice MP has been appointed Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs Secretary following today’s cabinet reshuffle.
The dispute between the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) and fishermen of under 10 metre vessels in England and Wales is growing as demand to scrap the CatchApp grows.