Specialising in locally landed produce, owners of The Lobster Shop hope to have the new venue open in the coming months.
Greenpeace campaigners have built an underwater “boulder barrier” to stop damaging fishing in a protected area of the English Channel.
The fishing industry will be able to draw on more support as it deals with post-Brexit export issues and the impact of coronavirus, UK ministers say.
Brussels’ decision to place barriers on live UK shellfish exports is “indefensible”, the Environment Secretary has said.
The Cornish fishing industry is set to change the names of two of its most common catches to boost their appeal for British consumers after problems with post-Brexit exports to Europe.
Money for the seafood and fishing industry has been allocated to help the sector deal with the impact of coronavirus and Brexit.
Government proposals to ban damaging fishing in Dogger Bank could be a first step to the recovery of a rich array of wildlife, conservationists have said.
Damaging fishing practices could be banned in wildlife-rich Dogger Bank and three other protected areas of sea under plans being put out for consultation.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the reason he took a "staggered" approach to post-Brexit fishing quotas was because he did not believe the industry was capable of catching "what was available from day one".
A supertrawler which normally catches around 10% of all the fish sold in the UK’s chip shops has left port for a one-off voyage to the sub-Arctic as talks continue with Norway over post-Brexit distant waters fishing rights.
So, a little over three weeks since Boris Johnson hailed his post-Brexit deal as a huge success, can we all agree it is anything but?
Scottish seafood exporters are being "let down" by Whitehall, a senior Tory has claimed after weeks of border chaos.
It is disappointing that, three weeks into the new year, Scottish fishing businesses are still struggling to export their products to the EU.
Beef and lamb exports to Europe have seen “significant reductions” following the end of the Brexit transition period, a Scottish Government minister has said.
Scottish seafood firms will be able to claim up to £100,000 in compensation for sales lost due to the Brexit border chaos, the Treasury has confirmed.
Fisheries Secretary Fergus Ewing has said the seafood industry will need more compensation to cope with disruption to trade following EU withdrawal.
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Problems exporting fish to continental Europe as a result of Brexit are a sign that “decisions have consequences”, Brussels said.
Pictures have emerged of the Peterhead Fish Market which shows the real impact of Brexit with only 400 boxes available for firms to purchase, out of a possible 6,500.
A man was airlifted from a fishing vessel off Shetland after sustaining an injury in the small hours.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has denied claims the UK's Christmas eve exit agreement with the EU has "comprehensively betrayed" the fishing industry.
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.
A north-east MP has called on ministers to “sort out this mess” inflicted on the fishing industry by the UK’s exit from the European Union.
Scottish seafood exporters have been battered by post-Brexit border delays since January 1.
Some Scottish fishermen are now landing their catch in Denmark to avoid the “bureaucratic system” that exports to Europe now involve, the Rural Economy Secretary has claimed.
Boris Johnson's promise to "compensate" the Scottish seafood sector, which has been battered by border delays, has been thrown into doubt by the Environment Secretary.
Rishi Sunak has been urged to bail out struggling fish exporters who have lost hundreds of thousands of pounds in sales due to Brexit red tape.
‘It’s like a motorway crash’: Urgent meeting sought to resolve Brexit mess which has left fishing industry suffering huge losses
North-east fishing leaders are demanding urgent talks with the UK Government after likening the shambles created by Brexit to a "motorway crash".
Customs arrangements in the wake of Brexit are causing delays as “entire trailers” need to be checked rather than samples, members of the Scottish seafood industry have said.
The Scottish Parliament has voted against giving consent to the UK-EU trade bill, hours after it was approved in Westminster.