Singer Dougie MacLean helped perform the traditional blessing of the water at a ceremony marking the opening of the salmon fishing season on the River Tay.
Campaigners fighting to make salmon conservation a national priority will take their fight to the Scottish Parliament today amid fears dwindling stocks are reaching “crisis point”.
A campaigner for press freedom in some of the world’s most repressive regimes has been named chairman of an organisation dedicated to preserving the River Dee.
The billionaire founder, chairman and majority owner of industrial giant Ineos has stepped up his efforts to protect and grow populations of Atlantic salmon.
Health experts have issued a food safety warning after 20 tonnes of salmon went missing in the aftermath of a road crash.
The £2 billion-a-year Scottish salmon farming industry produced nearly 18% fewer fish during 2018, compared with the year before, official figures showed yesterday.
Efforts to stop the king of fish from dying out north of the border have been boosted with returns showing catches on one of Scotland’s great salmon rivers have almost doubled.
Former workers at a Ross-shire fish feed plant are being offered a new opportunity after the business was taken over.
The River Dee Trust is seeking new funding to help school pupils learn more about science, fishing and the natural environment.
A north-east aquarium will host an event to raise awareness on the declining number of salmon stock levels.
A £50,000 grant will support a first-of-its-kind study working to explain the plight of Scotland's iconic wild salmon.
Bosses at an under-fire salmon firm are to meet residents of a Skye community over complaints of an odour and a noise coming from a new state-of-the-art feed plant.
Campaigners have claimed that millions of salmon sold by the country’s fish farms should not be branded as Scottish - as salmon eggs are being imported from Norway and Iceland to boost stocks.
An investigation has been launched following the discovery of diseased fish in two north-east rivers.
River workers have demanded immediate government action to protect Scotland’s salmon stocks, fearing their jobs will be at risk without it.
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.
Residents in a Shetland settlement are up in arms after it emerged that an international salmon farming service company is planning to build a large net cleaning plant on crofting land next to the Toft ferry terminal.
Dead deer legs are being placed in a north-east river to help boost salmon survival rates.
Since opening in Aberdeen last summer, The Spiritualist on Langstane Place has generated lots of interest with families and fans of good food.
Europe's biggest salmon research project has commenced in the north-east of Scotland, with equipment installed at seven major rivers.
Young salmon stocks in the upper River Dee are at their highest since Storm Frank wreaked havoc across the north-east four years ago.
Serious concerns have been raised about the huge loss of young salmon in the River Dee.
Salmon producers in the northern isles say they are confident 2019 could be the first year in the industry’s 40-year history that no seals will be shot in Shetland as multi-million pound investments into anti-predator nets begin to show positive results.
Scotland’s valuable seafood industry is facing costs running into many millions of pounds if the UK crashes out of the European Union without any trade deal, a Holyrood minister has warned.
A salmon farm barge, which sank off South Uist, is to be salvaged from the seabed, its owner has said.
A Deeside fisherman has made a salmon out of logs - and named it after the storm that battered the region three years ago.
The operators of a new £125million fish feed plant on Skye has so far recruited 37 of 53 staff prior to opening next year– and have pledged that 60% of the workforce will be local.
MSPs have called for urgent action to improve the regulation of Scottish salmon farming and to tackle fish health and environmental challenges.
The first graduates of a unique fast track training programme for salmon farm managers have taken up their new positions.
Independent salmon farming company Loch Duart has said it invested more than £5 million in developing the business during the 12 months after an “extraordinary” year that saw its profits leap.
Concerns have been voiced over sea lice from farmed salmon pens allegedly having an effect on wild salmon numbers in the Outer Hebrides
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) is investigating after thousands of young salmon became trapped in the gates of two hydro dams in the Highlands.