Fishing Industry News
Fishing Industry News – the latest headlines & stories, plus updates on European fisheries
Scottish Rural Economy Secretary, Fergus Ewing has called on the UK government to give clarity to Scottish Fishing Industry on the future funding.
Friend of the Sea, a project of the World Sustainability Organisation, has published version v.4 of its Wild Caught Standard and v.2 of its Audit Guidance.
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.