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Marine / Cod deal illustrates why ‘leaving the CFP is more urgent now than ever’
Arrival of Charisma completes renewal of Whalsay pelagic fleet
Marine / Small boat men unhappy about mackerel quota
Marine / Pelagic fleet donates old nets to good cause
Marine / Extra money for fishing safety
Marine / Fishing boat debris cleared from west side beaches
Promote Shetland - Shetland Pride of Place
News round-up / Fishing safety event, Gazza to head north after all, textile museum wins award, contractors invited to water event
Marine / New Adenia readies for sea after trip via Killybegs
Brexit / Local fishermen want Brexit as soon as possible
Marine / Whalsay welcomes first of three new pelagic trawlers
Marine / Skippers urge ‘common-sense’ approach to cod quotas
News round-up / New trawler launched, another Great Taste award, fog affects flights, country gig, strongman contest
Marine / Long-term opportunities for fishing following Brexit
Marine / Investigation into grounding of fishing boat begins
Business / Seafood processors receive EMFF funding
Emergency services / Fifteen crew members winched off fishing boat after running aground
Election / Candidates share their views on the fishing and aquaculture sectorShetland News contacted each of the candidates for the Shetland by-election for their views on the fishing and aquaculture sectors and their prospects in a post-Brexit Britain. Here is what they had to say.
Politics / MEP confident he has full five years to help reform the CFP
Marine / Three new pelagic trawlers for Shetland
Marine / Local winners at fishing awards
Letters / Vote to have a say in fishing (European Parliament elections)
News round-up / Police appeal, Lerwick power solution, fishermen’s frustration, scam advice
Marine / Ewing opens national fishing talk-shop in OrkneyQuotas, discards and fleet expansion are themes
Brexit / Momentous times for fishing only two months awayBut changes are expected to be ‘evolutionary’ rather than ‘revolutionary’
Marine / Lerwick harbour reaps benefits of growing tourism and fishingPassenger numbers were up by more than 25 per cent
Marine / Factory trawler detained as Marine Scotland carries out investigation
Marine / Fish quota settlement ‘challenging’
Marine / Fishing quota cuts loom as government prepares for final fisheries council
Marine Scotland defends its boarding policyAgency says it is operating in a ‘fair, balanced and even-handed way’
Politics / Fishermen welcome Brexit fisheries dealThe UK Government has strongly defended the Brexit deal on fisheries saying the “red lines” on fish have been protected.
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