First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has vowed to investigate claims that a Scottish Government agency was not properly supporting fishermen in Shetland.
What may be the last fishing vessel of its kind built in Scotland has been launched at a north-east harbour by a team of veteran boatbuilders.
North-east fishing boards have pulled together to block a major fishing firm from casting its nets into a scenic estuary home to fish populations currently on a knife-edge.
Concerns have been raised about the future of wild salmon and trout populations in an Aberdeenshire river as a major netting company prepares for "commercial scale" fishing.
Experienced lobster fisherman Jim Reid admitted last night that he was annoyed at the MAIB findings.
It was no easy task, but the dedicated team at a north-east visitor attraction have taken a census of every single creature in their tanks.
The world's deepest fish has been captured on camera by scientists at the University of Aberdeen.
The third world Cullen Skink Championship will be staged in the classic soup's home port this weekend.
I am pleased that this week's Agrifish Council in Luxembourg agreed to a 25% increase some of this year's quota for certain stocks to be banked. This means that our mackerel and herring fishermen can leave some of this year's quota in the water with the security they will be able to catch it next year.
Mackerel and herring fisherman will be able to "bank" up to 72,500 tonnes of their haul next year after the EU agreed to flexible quotas in the wake of Russian sanctions.
A major clear-up operation had to be launched yesterday after a lorry loaded with fish heads and guts crashed and spilled its cargo across a town-centre street.
A lorry loaded with fish guts has overturned and spilled its cargo on the edge of a north-east town centre.
Fisheries Secretary Richard Lochhead is seeking permission for fishermen to bank some of their mackerel quota this year in the light of trade sanctions imposed by Russia.
When it comes to staying healthy, there's one food we should all be eating more of - and that's fish!
The UK and Scottish governments will today unveil joint plans to open up lucrative new fish markets to north and north-east trawlermen affected by Russian sanctions.
Yesterday's embargo is not the first time Russia has threatened the livelihoods of fishermen in the north-east.
Macduff Marine Aquarium is getting into the spirit of the Commonwealth Games and the Support a Second Team initiative this summer and will be celebrating the games in a very fishy way. Aberdeenshire Council is behind Antigua and Barbuda and the aquarium is joining in by hosting their own Antiguan team – of coral reef fish.
One of the UK’s top photographers is to have some of his work featured in a campaign called Fishlove to help save the world’s oceans from destructive fishing practices.