An accidentally-leaked government memo has revealed “a lot of uncertainty” about the UK’s ability to safeguard its fishing waters in the case of a no-deal Brexit.
The Scottish Tories have claimed their candidate for the upcoming Shetland by-election will be a "champion" for the fishing industry if elected to Holyrood.
Kentucky wildlife officials have used a dramatic method to fight the spread of invasive Asian Carp fish in local waterways.
Derek Mackay was yesterday accused of a “huge blunder” for suggesting signing up to the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) would be a “trade-off” for Scotland re-joining the EU.
Boris Johnson vowed that access to UK fishing waters will not be used as a Brexit bargaining chip when he visited Scotland for the first time as prime minister yesterday.
Boris Johnson’s lack of “empathy” for Scotland could have implications for the Tory revival in the north-east, a leading political expert predicted yesterday.
A call to action has been issued to tech firms and engineers to help "revolutionise" the fishing industry through artificial intelligence and "smart boats".
The UK fishing industry is in danger of ending up with nothing left to catch if steps are not taken to enforce a ban on discards at sea, peers have warned.
Fish farming giant Mowi Scotland has announced plans to close and relocate two of its west coast sites that are close to sensitive wild salmon habitats.
Number 10 hopeful Jeremy Hunt has pledged to provide Scottish fishermen with a dedicated voice until Brexit is realised, if he is elected as Tory leader.
Anglers in the north-east have been warned to keep a close eye out for strange fish on the end of their lines, after an invasive species was reeled in on the River Dee.
Shetland fishermen have called for tougher controls on foreign boats creating plastic pollution in Scottish waters.
A biological sciences research fellow has confirmed climate change is causing sea temperatures to rise.
Fishing chiefs have called the latest verdict on the health of North Sea cod stocks a “hammer blow” for the Scottish fleet.
Conservationists are calling for emergency measures to protect the future of North Sea cod after scientists identified plummeting stocks.
Conservative leader candidate Jeremy Hunt has pledged an end to the "uncertainties" claiming he will deliver Brexit and is devoted to the union "with every fibre of my being".
Tory leadership candidate Jeremy Hunt has said he is the prime minister Nicola Sturgeon “least wants” because of his commitment to keeping Scotland in the UK.
Ministers have been urged to give fishing communities clarity on what the post-Brexit framework will be.
An MSP has called for Scotland to “reject complicity in Britain’s last act of colonialism” and renounce any claims over the island of Rockall.
A fishing row has erupted between Scotland and Ireland, with the former threatening action if Irish vessels continue to operate in the zone around Rockall, an outcrop in the North Atlantic.
Tory leadership candidate Rory Stewart yesterday said a Citizens’ Assembly was needed to thrash out how Brexit can best benefit the fishing industry.
River workers have demanded immediate government action to protect Scotland’s salmon stocks, fearing their jobs will be at risk without it.
A Gray's School of Art graduate is launching a new card game inspired by the historic fishing industry of the north-east.
The death of a minke whale after a dramatic rescue attempt sparked a row about “ghost” fishing gear yesterday.
New plans to improve safety in the Scottish fishing industry were unveiled in Aberdeen yesterday, with zero deaths at sea the ulimate goal.
The council is working alongside an as yet unidentified but apparently “well resourced” fisheries firm to take forward proposals for a seafood centre of excellence in Fraserburgh.
A sea-change is on the way at the SFF.
Juvenile salmon numbers in the famous fishing waters of the River Dee have increased by 50% in a key tributary, suggesting the ecosystem is recovering after a cataclysmic storm four years ago.
A young whale has died after it became entangled in what are thought to have been creel lines off the north-west coast of Scotland.
Theresa May's Brexit plan will deliver the "worst of all worlds" for fishermen in the north-east, Ian Blackford has claimed.
The leader of the SNP in Westminster was given a tour round fishing businesses in the Buchan area yesterday.
Fishing leaders have told an influential House of Lords committee that it was "pure luck" an EU law to curb overfishing did not devastate the industry.