Handling a salmon in “suspicious circumstances” has left trainee court staff tickled pink at the Old Bailey.
Scottish seafood bosses have accused ministers of being "in denial" over the scale of the problem facing exporters in the post-Brexit world.
Scottish shellfish firms are facing a lengthy ban on exporting to the continent, after EU officials deemed UK oysters and mussels did not comply with their health standards.
Beef and lamb exports to Europe have seen “significant reductions” following the end of the Brexit transition period, a Scottish Government minister has said.
Fishing industry pleas for an export "grace period" have been rejected by Environment Secretary George Eustice.
Boris Johnson has told the fishing industry that Brexit will deliver an "El Dorado" of riches, despite firms currently reporting multimillion-pound losses due to border delays.
Fisheries Secretary Fergus Ewing has said the seafood industry will need more compensation to cope with disruption to trade following EU withdrawal.
Boris Johnson has announced a £23 million compensation scheme for the fishing industry, after Scottish seafood firms took their protest over Brexit border delays to the gates of Downing Street.
Scottish seafood exporters have been battered by post-Brexit border delays since January 1.
Argyll shellfish processor threatens to ‘dump’ rotten produce at gates of Westminster if Brexit export shambles isn’t resolved
An Argyll-based shellfish processor has threatened to dump all his unsold and rotten produce at the gates of Westminster if he isn’t able to export it by next week.
If I was told I had to drive to a field in Dyce at 3am on a wild and stormy Saturday morning to get a Covid-19 vaccine, I would be there without a second’s hesitation.
The Taoiseach has raised the prospect of EU officials working on the text of a Brexit deal on Christmas Day if a breakthrough comes before then.
Fish was firmly on the menu at this evening's Brussels Brexit showdown between Boris Johnson and Ursula von der Leyen.
Scottish fish exports "won't be held up" in Brexit border checks, UK ministers have pledged - despite warnings from industry bosses.
Boris Johnson has been warned not to "sacrifice" the fishing industry, as Brexit trade negotiations enter their final days.
Island skippers feel "betrayed" and are fearful for their futures, after the Home Office backtracked on immigration promises made by Boris Johnson.
Scottish fish producers have been dealt a fresh Brexit blow, after it emerged SNP ministers have failed to recruit enough environmental officers to certify catches for export to the EU.
Although turkey is traditionally eaten on Christmas Day, a fish dish is also essential, says Henri Charles of Express Fresh Fish in Aberdeen.
Britain has moved a step closer to becoming an independent coastal state, after MPs voted to bring back fisheries management powers from Brussels.
Fisheries remains "the most difficult issue" in the Brexit trade talks, the UK's chief negotiator, David Frost, has admitted.
Downing Street has issued a firm warning to the European Union on fisheries, telling Brussels to show "more realism" as talks enter their final 10 days.
Britain has signed its first fisheries deal as an independent coastal state in more than 40 years.
Brexit: Michael Gove says Scottish fish exports will be ‘prioritised’ in the event of chaos at ports
Lorries transporting fish and shellfish to the continent will be "prioritised" at UK ports following the end of the Brexit transition, Michael Gove has said.
Boris Johnson guilty of ‘gross breach of ministerial code’ after admission Brexit plan breaks the law
Boris Johnson's plan to redraw the boundaries of last year's EU withdrawal agreement "does break international law", a Cabinet minister has admitted.
A second wave of coronavirus and a no-deal Brexit this winter would have a "seriously detrimental impact on the viability" of the Scottish fishing sector, MPs have heard.
Continuing our weekly series, Brian Stormont reveals how you can make one of the UK's favourite takeaway meals at home.
Fancy home-made fish and chips or lobster for a special occasion? Use our guide to the 10 of the best local fishmongers open for business in your area.
Scotland's fishing industry receives postive boost as new survey shows an upturn in demand.
A team of researchers from Aberdeen University have helped highlight how advances in genetics could help feed the world in years to come.
A north-east aquarium will be holding a virtual diving experience.