The fishing heritage of the Angus village of East Haven has been celebrated in a new three tonne wooden sculpture.
A flash of silver in the swirling pool. A cry goes out: “There’s one, there’s one!” Up scoops the net and within its mesh lies a glistening salmon parr.
A former fisherman from Arbroath has been reunited with his beloved boat for the first time in more than four decades.
Sir, – If Jenny Hjul (“Progress is in our hands”, The Courier, March 28) wants to see the salmon farming industry make economic progress, then she should embrace the debate over its failings rather than attempting to shame its critics.
Sir, – I do not know Dumfries and Galloway councillor Jim Dempster.
Sir – Regarding the Brexit transition deal struck by the Tory Government to extend the Common Fisheries Policy ( CFP) into 2021.
Sir, – In the negotiations in the 1970s when we signed up to what was then the Common Fisheries Policy in the European Economic Community, the then Prime Minister Edward Heath believed the Scottish fishing industry was expendable.
A group of East Neuk villagers say they are making huge strides in their campaign to honour the area’s maritime past.
A golden retriever is "lucky to be alive" after swallowing a fishing line with the hook still attached.
Fisheries bosses have announced tighter conservation laws at the start of the 2018 salmon season.