Fishing industry leaders have warned there could be "three to six months of turbulence" for fishermen after a no-deal Brexit.
The world’s largest salmon farmer said yesterday it had “nothing to hide” after the European Commission (EC) launched a probe into suspected salmon cartel activity.
A newly-formed angling group is casting its net far and wide for new members.
A top government minister insisted yesterday Brexit will lead to a revitalised fishing industry in the north-east of Scotland.
A young seal has died a slow, painful death after being “lassoed” in a fishing net off the Outer Hebrides.
Serious concerns have been raised about the huge loss of young salmon in the River Dee.
A think-tank has placed the UK at the top of an international league table of overfishing.
Scottish fishing chiefs insisted last night that the industry had “embraced the principle” of ending discards at sea.
Peterhead is rarely in the spotlight, but this gritty port town has unexpectedly found itself at the heart of a new BBC documentary series called Fish Town.
The Brexit Under-secretary visited Peterhead Fish Market yesterday to help him understand what the industry wants from negotiations, as Britain prepares to leave the EU.
Scottish mackerel has been stripped of an important kitemark showing it is from well-managed, sustainable fisheries.
Theresa May has given an “absolute” commitment that fishing rights will not be up for renegotiation with Brussels in the coming weeks.
Official figures show the value of Scotland’s exports beyond the UK to the rest of the EU grew by £1.7 billion in the year after the Brexit vote.
Police in the Western Isles are appealing for information following a break-in at a fishing lodge in the Grimersta area on the west side of Lewis.
Third-generation Highland fisherman who fell off his boat and drowned was likely to have been pulled into the sea as he was working on his creels
An experienced third-generation fisherman who fell off his boat and drowned was likely to have been pulled into the sea as he was working on his creels, Portree Sheriff Court heard yesterday.
The UK Government must give details on how Scotland’s forestry and fishing sectors will be funded post-Brexit, Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing has said.
Scottish fishermen are “foot-stampingly frustrated” at the Scottish Government for not embracing Brexit and its potential benefits for the industry, MPs have been told.
Emergency services were called in the early hours of this morning to reports of a fire at Cove Harbour's boathouse.
A lack of dredging at a Moray harbour is being blamed for badly affecting the livelihood of local fishermen and causing health and safety concerns.
New rules for living and working conditions on fishing vessels came into force at the start of the new year.
The future is brighter for Moray harbours with a new leadership team installed to look after them.
A House of Lords committee has raise serious concerns about the implementation of changes to rules on fishing for the UK's fleet.
The Scottish fishing industry is looking towards a much-vaunted “sea of opportunity” after Brexit but will have to navigate stormy waters after annual quota talks in Brussels delivered a mixed bag.
A move to include a final date for ending Brussels control over the Scottish fishing fleet in the UK Government Fisheries Bill has been defeated by MPs.
A mini boom for Scottish fishing may be coming to an end, an industry chief has warned.
Scottish fishing chiefs have delivered a fierce warning to the UK’s EU partners to desist from “vengeful” behaviour at crunch quota talks starting in Brussels today.
European leaders should not seek “retribution on the UK” over post-Brexit fishing arrangements, an association of fisherman in Scotland has warned.
The Secretary of State for Scotland yesterday visited the north-east to pledge £16 million for the Scottish fishing industry and propose the fight for fishing rights be enshrined in law - but his words failed to convince the region's fisherman.
The responsibility to fight for better fishing rights for the UK after Brexit will be “enshrined in law” under new proposals tabled by the Scottish Secretary.
Crunch talks affecting the future of North Sea fishing seemed to have reached an impasse last night.
There are many exquisite humiliations in the so-called “deal” with the EU that parliament is being asked to endorse on Tuesday – but the essential problem can be boiled down to this: Theresa May’s deal hands the EU the indefinite power to bully and blackmail this country to get whatever it wants in the future negotiations.
Former foreign secretary and arch-Brexiteer Boris Johnson has warned the EU will not stop until it has “worked out a way to plunder the waters of Scotland for their fish”.