An increasingly bitter row between French and British fishermen over the harvesting of scallops in the English Channel has been rumbling on for years.
French fishermen have been accused of endangering the lives of British mariners after an extraordinary clash over scallops in the English Channel.
French fishermen have clashed with a number of British boats, including a Scots trawler, after a “scallop war” erupted in the English Channel.
A Fife family whose pet was forced to undergo emergency surgery are urging fishermen to be more careful when discarding their hooks.
Sir, – There has been a lot of debate recently over why there doesn’t seem to be enough pickers for the strawberries.
Water levels at a Perthshire river are the “lowest ever,” putting vital salmon stocks at risk, say experts.
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.