Vote on fishing sector subsidies brings CFP finish line in sight.
AUSTIN Mitchell, who has championed the cause of fishermen and the fishing industry for the past 37 years, is stepping down as MP for Grimsby.
Relevant and cost-effective spatial planning can ensure future aquaculture development is both environmentally and economically sustainable.
Seafood Expo Global and Seafood Processing Global (formerly the European Seafood Exposition and Seafood Processing Europe), will take place 6 – 8 May 2014 at the BRUSSELS EXPO in Brussels, Belgium.
The NAFC Marine Centre in Scalloway plays a vital role in the Shetland economy, fishermen’s leaders signalled today.
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In July 2013, BAADER extended its technology capabilities into the automated harvesting of live fish.
THE United States and Iceland are heading for serious dispute after President Barack Obama announced a series of measures against Iceland over its policy to continue hunting whales.
FISH processors and retailers face significant changes to the consumer labelling and traceability of seafood later this year, a Grimsby conference was told.
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Two ready meals produced by the Scottish Shellfish Marketing Group (SSMG) have been shortlisted in The Grocer Own Label Food & Drink Awards 2014.
Jennifer Stoutamore, University of Alaska Fairbanks fisheries graduate student, and her advisor Dr. David Tallmon, University of Alaska Southeast and UAF, studied genetic population structure of blue king crab throughout its range in Alaska and Russian waters.
Icelandic Group today sprung the surprise announcement that Malcolm Eley has taken the decision to step down as the CEO of Grimsby based Icelandic Seachill UK.
The Scottish Government Minister for the Environment and Climate Change, Paul Wheelhouse who also has responsibility for Aquaculture visited the Gael Force Group and AKVA Scotland Group in Inverness on Friday 7th of March.
TEN Icelandic pelagic boats are currently tied up in the Faroes, five in Tórshavn and another five at the smaller port of Tvøroyri, where their crews are waiting for the blue whiting to migrate out of European Union waters and into the Faroese economic zone.
QUEEN Sonja of Norway will make history this summer by becoming the first female member of the Norwegian royal family to open Nor-Fishing 2014, the country's premier fishing expo.
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THE Norwegian fishing industry is donating 16 tonnes of cod to UK chippies to celebrate Norway Day on 17 May.
THE annual open-to-all conference of the Institute of Fisheries Management (IFM) takes place in Liverpool on 7-9 October. Marine fisheries will feature in about half the sessions.
A HIGH powered delegation was in Grimsby and Hull this week in a bid to encourage local companies increase trade with Nordic and Baltic bloc countries.
A DEMONSTRATION has taken place at the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) in St Jones, Canada, over plans to reduce allowable shrimp catches and the last in first out policy.
PARTICIPANTS at the World Aquaculture Conference will hear from about important developments in commercial fish health and shrimp nutrition.
AQUAVISION and DSM Nutritional Products (DSM) are delighted to confirm the ‘DSM Innovation Award’ will again be presented at AquaVision 2014.
THE Scottish White Fish Producers’ Association (SWFPA) has launched a new video that focuses on the role of our fishermen in sustainably harvesting fish.
- Major changes in fish labelling on way- se...
- US gets tougher with Iceland over whaling
- Eley quits as CEO of Iceland Seachill UK
- Hebrides farmed salmon jobs
- Icelandic fleet heads into Faroese waters
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- Technical Services Manager – FVG Scotland
- The Norwegian codfathers
- EU PARLIAMENT COMMITS TO SUSTAINABLE FISHING
- Paul Wheelhouse visits the Gael Force Grou...