The tax office has been accused of ‘Mafia tactics’ by Orkney and Shetland MP Alistair Carmichael.
The north-east fish processing industry could be relocated to Poland after Brexit, a trade expert has warned.
A think-tank has claimed quotas will still be needed for the UK fishing sector after Brexit.
Michael Gove has revealed that he believes Brexit has strengthened unionism and forced the “nationalist threat” from the SNP into retreat.
The widespread use of items such as milk cartons and netted footballs as buoys to show where inshore fishing gear is located will be outlawed under new legislation, the Scottish Government said yesterday.
North-east politicians have become embroiled in a war of words over Brexit, each claiming the other is selling-out Scotland’s fisherman.
An SNP politician claims a leaked paper shows the Tories want to “trade away our fishermen’s rights” in Brexit negotiations.
A fishing campaign group has urged the UK Government to make it clear how the industry will be affected by Brexit.
Furious fishermen have criticised draft EU guidelines on a post-Brexit fisheries arrangement, which calls for EU access to UK waters to be maintained.
Fish farming giant Marine Harvest Scotland (MHS), which recently announced 34 redundancies, has said it will be “improving efficiencies throughout the business” following the launch of a £44million global cost-cutting drive by its Norwegian parent.
It hasn’t been plain sailing on Deeside in recent years.
A controversial fish farm in the Hebridean islands was approved today - but it must turn lights off for eight months of the year.
Lerwick Port Authority (LPA) confirmed yesterday it had restarted the tendering process for the construction of a replacement white fish market.
A strong performance by its operations in Scotland has helped lift second-quarter profits at international fish farming giant Marine Harvest to a record high.
A war of words has broken out between rival Aberdeenshire politicians over the impact of business rates on the local fish processing sector.
Sealife experts are appealing to fishermen and amateur anglers to consider a local aquarium rather than throwing back any unusual species.
Battle lines are being drawn up over the transfer of devolved powers from the EU to Westminster.
Large fish are the most at threat from extinction, a team of scientists led by the Aberdeen University has discovered.
Objectors have failed to block another fish farm planned for Skye.
Spring is in the air and all around there’s signs of new life – snowdrops, daffodils and crocuses are popping up, while in homes across the Highlands, winter woollies are being packed away and stodgy meals are being replaced with lighter, healthier options.
Up to 50 new Highland fish farm jobs are promised with the aid of a £1million public subsidy.
Concerns have been raised that a huge £250million floating windfarm off the north-east coast could pose a hazard for fishermen.
A historic north-east fishing boat that was almost "completely flooded" after toppling in a Mearns port will remain in situ until temporary repairs have been carried out.
Conservation groups are urging three pub and restaurant chains to pledge their commitment to using only responsibly-caught fish on their menus.
A moray chipper has reached the final of a contest which could see it crowned one of the best in the UK.
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A determined fishermen spent 30 minutes reeling in a 3.5ft river monster from the depths of a north-east burn.
A man who was caught with thousands of indecent images of children and videos of adults involved in sex acts with horses, dogs and a fish, has been jailed.
The sea air at one of the north-east's most scenic working harbours has provided the perfect inspiration for a group of art pupils.
Trawlermen could be unwittingly creating a new generation of haddock and cod which will be able to outswim their nets.
A mob of 200 angry French farmers hijacked a convoy of seven lorries carrying fish from the Highlands to the continent.
The national body for the Scottish fishing industry yesterday called on locals to take advantage of the huge range of culinary treasures in the waters off the north-east.