The tragic Nancy Glen fishing boat sank because a new crane on deck made it so unstable it couldn't cope with its net filling with mud as it turned, a report has found.
Modifications made to a fishing boat that capsized with the loss of two lives had reduced the vessel’s stability, a report has found.
A criminal investigation into the sinking of a fishing boat in which two men died has been dropped, prosecutors have said.
A criminal investigation into the sinking of the Nancy Glen has been dropped.
Investigators have published an interim report on the sinking of the Nancy Glen fishing boat, in which two men died.
A small fishing village will today mark the first anniversary of the fatal sinking of a prawn trawler in which two men lost their lives.
The minister who played a pivotal role in supporting a fishing community when the Nancy Glen prawn trawler sank has died.
The only hope of having a sunken boat raised lies with the sheriff who is about to conduct a Fatal Accident Inquiry into the death of an Argyll fisherman.
The full cost of lifting the Nancy Glen fishing boat has been confirmed by the Scottish Government as £1.158 million.
The father of a fisherman lost at sea is to have an urgent meeting with Rural Economy and Connectivity Minister Fergus Ewing over the Scottish Government’s refusal to raise his boat.
The wife of Nancy Glen fisherman Przemek Krawczyk has described her husband as her ‘everything’ almost four months after his death.
A criminal investigation has been launched into the double fatal sinking of an Argyll fishing boat.
The father of another Argyll fisherman lost at sea in 2013 says the criminal investigation into the Nancy Glen tragedy proves the case for raising the wreck which he believes still holds his son’s body.
The family of a fisherman lost at sea launch petition after angrily accused the Scottish Government of double standards
The family of a fisherman lost at sea is launching a petition calling on the Scottish Government to raise his boat.
The widow of a fisherman drowned in the Nancy Glen tragedy on Loch Fyne has paid tribute to her husband ahead of his funeral, due to take place on Saturday.
Bodies recovered from the Nancy Glen trawler which sunk in Argyll’s Loch Fyne three months ago have been confirmed as those of two missing fishermen.
Human remains have been found in a fishing vessel raised from the seabed in an attempt to recover the bodies of two fishermen.
The wait was over for the families of two crewmen missing since the Nancy Glen went down in Loch Fyne as the boat was raised with human remains on board yesterday.
The Nancy Glen fishing vessel has been raised from the seabed in an attempt to recover the bodies of two missing fishermen.
An attempt to lift the fishing boat Nancy Glen and recover the bodies of two missing crewmen was under way on Loch Fyne last night.
The wife of a fisherman who was killed in the Nancy Glen tragedy has told how her daughter speaks to her dad every night asking him to ‘take the rocket and fly’ home to her.
Debris has been cleared from a sunken fishing boat in preparation for an attempt to lift the vessel.
Preparations will be under way before the end of the week to lift a sunken fishing boat and recover the bodies of two men believed to be aboard.
The bodies of two missing fisherman could be brought home to their families after the Scottish Government yesterday pledged to work with salvage specialists to raise the wreck of the Nancy Glen, which sank in Loch Fyne last month.
A survey of the sunken fishing vessel Nancy Glen has been completed by investigators.
A large candle is to be lit by the quay of a fishing village as the community awaits for two men lost at sea to be brought home.
The government body responsible for investigating the sinking of a fishing boat in Loch Fyne has revealed it won’t raise the wreck as part of its probe.
The captain of Everton Football Club has lent his support to a campaign by a west coast community to raise a sunken fishing boat as quickly as possible.
A fishing community in mourning is reaching out to everyone from Paul McCartney to the band Kasabian in a campaign to “bring our boys home”.
A west coast community is battling to raise a fishing boat which sank last week with the loss of two men as soon as possible.
A poignant candlelit vigil has taken place at the quayside of a west coast fishing village where two fishermen have been lost at sea.