A fishing vessel has been detained in Scrabster amid a crackdown on operators accused of cutting payments to crew during the pandemic.
Scotland's seafood, fishing and food and drink industry will need to pull together to "thrive" in a post-Covid, post-Brexit world, experts have warned.
Four in five people want “destructive” supertrawlers banned from fishing in the UK’s marine protected areas (MPAs), a poll shows.
Failure to agree a deal on fisheries could “derail” the entire Brexit negotiation between the UK and the EU, a think tank has said.
“Destructive” supertrawlers should be banned from fishing in the UK’s protected marine areas, environmentalists say.
Failure to find a fishing compromise in the Brexit talks "will hurt" the Scottish industry, insiders warned as negotiations entered extra time.
A north-east fishery is planning to reopen later this week as long as the government allows it.
Sports groups have welcomed government plans to reopen venues next week.
The impact of coronavirus on Scotland’s rural economy, agriculture and fishing industry is to be investigated by MSPs.
The value of the Scottish fishing fleet’s catch has fallen, with £563 million worth of fish and shellfish landed in 2019.
A drug addict who broke into a trawler at a north-east harbour was caught when police found his DNA on the nozzle of a diazepam rectal solution tube.
Anglers around England were returning to the banks for the first time since lockdown began as restrictions on the sport were eased.
Europe can end overfishing in its seas and restore its fisheries “forever” in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, an ocean scientist has urged.
A simple technique to “illuminate the exits” in trawl fishing nets can reduce unwanted bycatch by almost 50%, new research has found, potentially protecting both the environment and fishermen’s livelihoods.
The hustle and bustle of Peterhead’s harbour has quietened these last few weeks.
The fishing industry in England will receive a £10-million bailout after its markets in the UK and Europe collapsed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Officers are appealing for information after people were spotted poaching in the north-east.
Annang Nuertey, from Ghana, who was 47 at the time, was working on the Aquarius when he was struck by a wire, after a rope securing it snapped, and thrown overboard. His body has never been found.
The trophy will take pride of place on Saturday at the River Dee when former Soldier Soldier and Extreme Fishing star Robson Green will cast off the 2020 season.
A north-east MSP has accused the UK Government of “selling out” the fishing industry after a reduction in Scotland’s cod quota.
In this week’s Aberdonian we’re focusing on the Aberdeen fish market. We’ve dug out these images from across our archive showing the bustling market and offering a snapshot into the lives of it’s workers.
Lifeboat crews in Aberdeen helped tow a fishing vessel back to shore after it lost power 21 miles off the coast.
A major fish processor has put one of its north-east factories up for sale.
The fishing industry should be the fastest-growing sector of the Scottish economy in the next decade, an industry chief has claimed.
A north-east lifeboat was called out over concerns about a small vessel - only to find they were just fishing.
A documentary charting the war between the last traditional net fishermen and environmentalists is being shown in Aberdeen.
The new Prime Minister has praised the “vision” of a north-east MP on the future of the Scottish fishing industry post-Brexit.
An Aberdeen scientist will present a report next week into how the North Sea fishing industry must adapt to climate change in the future.
A GROUP has been created to advise on health and safety on Scottish commercial fishing vessels.
Nightwatch hours at a north-east harbour have been extended.