A major salmon farming company is one of a number of firms under investigation over possible misreporting of chemical use, the BBC has revealed.
Fishing tourists spending £86m a year in Scotland are going overseas because of plummeting salmon stocks, experts have warned.
Michael Gove has urged the Home Secretary to introduce flexible immigration rules for skilled workers after Brexit to avoid vacancies in certain industries.
Save Our Salmon: World experts starkly warn that time is running out and urge Scottish ministers to stop wringing their hands and start taking action
Leading environmental campaigners, conservationists and anglers today demand emergency government action to save Scotland’s wild salmon from extinction.
The decline in wild salmon in Scotland is of great concern, the Environment Secretary has said.
More than 1,000 harbour porpoises are dying in UK waters each year having been caught in fishing nets, according to conservationists.
Deal to allow live langoustines to be exported to China could bring multi-million-pound boost to Scots fishing
A new deal to allow the export of live langoustines to China is expected to bring a multi-million-pound boost to Scotland’s fishing industry.
A network of marine reserves could be rolled out across the high seas to protect wildlife hotspots and save species from extinction, a report has said.
Fish industry figures say they are suffering from huge uncertainty over Brexit as they urged MPs to deliver on the vote to the leave the EU without further delay.
Access to Scottish waters must not be “used as a bargaining chip in Brexit negotiations”, the Fisheries Minister has warned.
Retaining fishing quotas and supporting a discard ban in principle are two key aspects of a Scottish Government paper on the future of fisheries.