Fishing Industry News
Seafarers UK have immediately allocated £500,000 to assist fishing communities across Britain that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ireland was not solely marked out to be contacted on the concern of the monitoring obligation and that all Member States were written to in order to remind them of their obligation
The European Ombudsman reports the EU Council has failed to accept the Ombudsman’s recommendation for transparency in the EU fishing quota decision-making process.
Brim hf. has reported that their freezer trawler ‘Vigri’ is fishing well in deep water and the crew are experienced good weather on the last trip.
“ The majority of the Storting builds on the success of Norwegian fisheries policy over the last 30 years,” says Fiskebat Chair, Jonny Berfjord
Sales of certified sustainable tuna have more than doubled in the last five years, according to a new report published by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC).
The Government is now engaged at the highest level on the issue of the French boycott of Scottish fish, says the Scottish White Fish Producers Association (SWFPA).
The Icelandic lumpfish season will come to a premature end as the Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture, Kristján Þór Júlíusson has signed a regulation that will see the fisheries tomorrow, Sunday.
The EU, Norway and the Faroe Islands have signed a cooperation agreement on control measures for fishing of mackerel, herring, hake and horse mackerel in the Northeast Atlantic.
The state-of-the-art ‘Aalskere’ K 373, the latest addition to the Scottish whitefish trawling fleet, has arrived in her home port of Kirkwall in the Orkney Islands.
Recommendations on measures to address the interactions between the farmed and wild salmon sectors have been presented to the Scottish Government.
Seafood Scotland (SFS) are developing strategies and schemes to help the seafood sector there recover after COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.