A group of fishermen left devastated after their boats were destroyed in a suspicious fire have been given a boost.
Fishermen's Mission has launched a new fundraising initiative - a Catch of the Day auction with hand-painted ceramic fish.
Trawlermen working out of Europe’s biggest fishing port started taking up free quayside health checks yesterday.
They work in one of the world’s most dangerous industries, dealing with the daily and very real risk of injury and even death the stress of time away from home and loved ones.
A sonar scan of a sunken fishing boat is to take place today after an emotional ceremony at the weekend, as a community awaits for two men lost at sea to be brought home.
The widow of a fishing boat tragedy has helped a north-east Mission raise vital funds over Christmas.
The future of a north-east town's Fishermen's Mission was secured last night after planning permission was granted for its conversion.
Plans have been unveiled to keep a north-east town's Fishermen's Mission local.
A north-east charity is preparing to launch a round-the-clock service at a newly-refurbished Fishermen's Mission.
A bid has been launched to save a north-east port's Fishermen's Mission.
A public meeting will be held this month to generate support to help save a north-east Fishermen's Mission.
A north-east town could lose its Fishermen's Mission after the charity announced it was listing the property for sale.
A plaque in memory of an Argyll fisherman lost at sea has been put up by the Fishermen's Mission as the third anniversary of the tragedy approaches.
A Fraserburgh businessman is to help bring his local Fishermen's Mission up to scratch to meet the needs of the modern working seafarer.
A busy open day at a north-east harbour is on course to raise thousands of pounds for a local seamen's charity.