The fishing and seafood industry will receive £5 million from the Scottish Government to help businesses during the coronavirus outbreak.
Brexit is a “perfect opportunity” to take back control of British waters and oust “monster” supertrawlers for good, campaigners say.
European Union vessels will see their access to UK fishing grounds reduced and there is no prospect of using the industry as a “bargaining chip” in trade talks, George Eustice said.
One of the most senior Government advisers has said the UK does not need its farming or fishing industries, according to reports.
The fishing regulator has apologised after using “scurrilous” language about trawlermen in documents which were used to justify the roll-out of a controversial £1.8 million landings app.
Tackle group Angling Direct has warned over annual losses after seeing a slump in fishing activity caused by recent winter floods.
Conservative MPs have demanded ministers undertake a “complete rethink” on a controversial smartphone app that fishermen fear could cost their livelihoods.
Traditional fishermen fear a new tracking app could sink their way of life before the UK fleet can enjoy its much-heralded “Brexit bonus”.
The UK is set to become an independent coastal state post-Brexit under proposed new laws put before the Lords.
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 European Union will link any access to its market for British products directly to the access that EU boats will be given to UK waters, the bloc’s chief negotiator has said.
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.
All fish stocks in UK waters will be fished at sustainable levels after Brexit, the Government has said as it publishes new legislation on fisheries.
The UK and European Union will remain “allies, partners and friends”, the Government said as both sides geared up for potentially fractious trade talks.
A Brexit trade row is brewing as Britain is only days away from its European Union exit, according to reports.
Thousands of fishermen are at risk of being criminalised by a new app they are being forced to use when landing their haul, according to critics.
A lifeboat crew faced 45mph winds and 20ft swell as they rescued a fishing vessel.
Singer Dougie MacLean helped perform the traditional blessing of the water at a ceremony marking the opening of the salmon fishing season on the River Tay.
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.
A new north-east members’ fishery has opened its doors.