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  1. Arran diver wins prestigious environmental award
  2. Scots set for Brussels
  3. Just the tonic for Buckie-based firm
  4. Saithe seek recertification
  5. Europeans call for more fishing industry support
  6. US group to buy Birds Eye, says FT
  7. New Birds Eye owners “going for growth”
  8. Anglers' fury at Hayling Island Sailing Club fishing ban
  9. MSC targets 10m tonnes of sustainable seafood
  10. BIM to sponsor maritime awards
  11. Welsh minister visits Brussels Expo
  12. BIM claims life-saving credit
  13. Automated pinbone processor launched
  14. Scots talk whiting with Norway
  15. French herring certified
  16. Irish pleased with whiting talks
  17. Seafood stall set for Aberdeen expo
  18. Anti-whalers in new campaign to boycott Icelandic fish
  19. EU moves to protect Baltic fish stocks
  20. Isle of Man exhibition tells Herring Girl story
  21. New cold store for Welsh fishermen
  22. Slow start to blue whiting season
  23. New pelagic nears completion
  24. Harbour light 'attracts ship-damaging creatures'
  25. Caledonian Canal to fully reopen after flood damage
  26. Youngsters embark on new fishing training course
  27. Fish firm banned Pole from speaking Polish, tribunal told
  28. New trawler heading to home port
  29. Injured fisherman airlifted to safety during dramatic rescue
  30. Ardrossan shoreline closed in training mine scare
  31. Mixed fortunes at Lerwick harbour
  32. Search is on for best fish and chips
  33. Shetland fish landings increase
  34. Prize winners and guests told of marine centre’s key industry role
  35. Minister urged to get his skates on
  36. Promotion issues dent Birds Eye profits
  37. Shipping group plans 10m euro cold store
  38. No one pleased with Mackerel bill
  39. Fishermen fear SNP success
  40. Minister to hold discard ban talks with skippers
  41. New head for Scottish research centre
  42. Seafood in Schools sails into the Western Isles
  43. Record cod exports
  44. Capelin gives Iceland fish catches a big boost
  45. New chief at Findus
  46. NGOs under fire
  47. Solid start for Havfisk
  48. Scots seafood stars in Singapore
  49. 'Highest sea temperatures' blamed for Manx fishery closure
  50. Hope for UK netsmen
  51. Faroese host fisheries fair
  52. St Abbs lifeboat station set to be closed
  53. Mallaig RNLI tows fishing boat to safety
  54. Even better than the creel thing
  55. Cod exports top a billion kroners
  56. Guardia Civil board a local fishing boat in British Gibraltar Territorial Waters
  57. St Abbs lifeboat station closure 'puts lives at risk'
  58. Seafish updates fishing methods guide
  59. Northeast Scotland is top seafood processing centre
  60. MEP seeks clarity over driftnet ban
  61. Scottish haddock fishermen have 2020 vision
  62. Giant Conger eel caught off the Plymouth coast
  63. Bugaled Breizh: Fury at France mystery shipwreck ruling
  64. Irish seafood sector 'could be worth €2bn'
  65. Grimsby seafood firm in administration
  66. George Jack , Skipper of the David John A169 , crossed the bar
  67. 'What A Beast!': Giant Squid Found On Beach
  68. BBC getting its facts wrong again by the looks of things
  69. This will end Salmon netting in Scotland
  70. Restaurant of the year shortlist revealed
  71. SFF welcomes record catch but warns over quotas
  72. Have wind turbines ruined Britain’s prized lobster haul?
  73. Stranded fishermen rescued by lifeboat in choppy seas off Orkney
  74. Seals blamed for jeopardising cod recovery plan eating 40% of stock
  75. Cornish fishermen "devastated" over cargo ship damage
  76. Limited lifejacket use admitted
  77. Scottish Seafood Partnership achieves results
  78. Fish firm links factory floor to office
  79. Morrisons to double size of new Grimsby fish factory
  80. Fishermen rescued from life raft off Isles of Scilly
  81. Cod quality conundrum
  82. Trio fined for quota infringements
  83. The taste of success
  84. M5 Gloucester Services opens with 'first' fishmonger
  85. One-fish rule 'threatens' River Severn tradition
  86. Culdrose crewman Russ Adams gets medal for saving fishermen
  87. Prince visits Oranmore
  88. Grandi sells to rivals
  89. Seafood champions sought
  90. Whitefish processing event scheduled
  91. Values dip less than volumes
  92. Skink or swim
  93. Total Irish Bass ban
  94. MOL Reports Increase In Sales Of Eco-friendly Equipment
  95. Boarfish survey opportunity
  96. Fortunate fisherman backs safety campaign
  97. Anglo-Irish assessment first
  98. All aboard for Oban’s festival of the sea
  99. Plan to get more people to eat more fish
  100. A Hundred Years Ago
  101. Diverse line-up at Aberdeen expo
  102. Scots seafood: chance to be big in Japan
  103. Findus continues to deliver strong growth
  104. Recruitment drive for UNDERCOVER AGENTS to spy on north-east trawlermen
  105. Coastguard’s SOS for more volunteers
  106. Wreckage found after sailor goes missing in boat made of car parts
  107. Nicola Sturgeon's knowledge of Scottish Fishing - LACKING
  108. Coveney digs Dunmore dredging scheme
  109. Safety funding available
  110. New vessel makes history
  111. Four new plaques in Hull honour trawler safety fight
  112. Fishermen's Mission in Newlyn sold after 112 years
  113. Razor clam limits slashed
  114. Good news for crustaceans
  115. Seafood to the fore at food “Oscars”
  116. Ban will tackle 25,000 tonnes of fish discards
  117. Aran Island Skipper seeks costs against State
  118. Isle of Man queen scallop fishing restrictions continue
  119. Saithe and sound
  120. Grimsby speakers announced
  121. Investigation launched after 30 lobster creels stolen from harbour
  122. Funds for fishermen in safety drive
  123. Special day to champion fish and chips
  124. Seafood plant goes under the hammer
  125. Campbeltown 87 brochure
  126. Slow start for new vessel
  127. Haddock supplies tipped to be tight
  128. Notus Sensors for Scallop Dredges
  129. Another sad loss.
  130. Rave reviews for Aberdeen Expo
  131. Med faces ruin while Atlantic thrives
  132. Cod creates another Norwegian export record
  133. Nomad in talks with Findus
  134. Police called as Fish Wars erupt off Torquay
  135. Accident to skipper of scallop dredger Ronan Orla with loss of 1 life
  136. Seeking seafood champions
  137. Young’s distanced from Nomad deal
  138. Irish broker discard agreement
  139. 59 species under threat
  140. Smokehouse achieves another Grade A
  141. Killer whales spotted in Firth of Forth for only the third time
  142. Icelanders interested in French trawl doors
  143. A ground-breaking agreement for non-EU national crew in the fishing sector
  144. New design of fuel efficient fishing boat just launched in Holland
  145. New chief for BIM
  146. Seafood shortlist drawn up
  147. Seafood shakes for World Oceans Day
  148. Norwegian owners press for higher haddock quota
  149. Local boats forced off fishing grounds
  150. Discounters top sustainable fish awards
  151. Skipper of vessel which crashed into another near Arran fined £5500
  152. Asda adds weight to Grimsby’s global event
  153. Seafood shines at Grampian event
  154. Norway takes fish message to kids
  155. Dramatic boat fire in Plymouth as smoke billows across the Barbican
  156. Fish wholesaler and restaurant MacCallums of Troon file for administration
  157. Council terminates lease for stake nets near Annan
  158. Crew Rescued Moments Before Boat Sinks
  159. Cornish hake receives MSC stamp of approval
  160. ‘Billingsgate of the north’ gets go ahead
  161. Swordfish washes up on beach
  162. Hake makes history
  163. Norway targets UK chippies
  164. Buckie RNLI film of Orca's eating seals in Moray Firth 14th June 2015
  165. Brixham Trawler Race 2015
  166. Seafood treat for Fraserburgh students
  167. Seafood Week returns
  168. Brummie students scoop seafood prize
  169. Iceland launches biggest ever building programme
  170. New Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Fisheries
  171. Top marks for Associated Seafoods
  172. Inshore patrols target illegal fishing
  173. Wildlife campaigners confront gunmen in bid to prevent seal deaths
  174. Non-native crabs and lobsters along Sussex Coast.
  175. PFD giveaway
  176. Peterhead landings down
  177. Citizens sought for coastal survey
  178. RNLI Kessock volunteers on two shouts in seven hours
  179. Scots set to raid crown jewels
  180. Nats accused of "political posturing"
  181. Fisherman died after unclear Mayday message from boat, inquiry hears
  182. Father’s Day mayday call prompts multi agency response
  183. Scientists to monitor Isle of Man fisheries
  184. NFFO chief reports on a turbulent year
  185. Iceland to raise cod and haddock quotas
  186. Search launched over North Sea emergency beacon
  187. Norwegian white fish exports hit new record
  188. Fears for Fraserburgh Young's Seafood jobs
  189. Record Breaking Rescue
  190. Fishermen need support - Scottish government must take the initiative
  191. Stewardship duo make pact
  192. Huge boost for scallop fishermen
  193. Cold-water coral breakthrough
  194. Glasgow restaurant wins top award
  195. Aberdeen IIFET line-up unveiled
  196. Crown Estate scoops environment prize
  197. New Stranraer slipway is 'virtually useless'
  198. Relief as four Donegal fishermen saved after boat sinks ten miles out to sea
  199. Sub-sea carbon storage breakthrough
  200. Macduff Shellfish gains foothold in England
  201. Scotland's top chef warns ministers against lifting ban on electric fishing for razor
  202. The "bomb" left at the Co-op at Buchan Road Fraserburgh,EOD on their way
  203. EU report greeted with dismay
  204. Anglers cast wide net
  205. Iceland company orders two new super vessels
  206. Fisherman loses leg in trawler accident
  207. Coastguard Banff hoax call investigated
  208. EAPO sets out its stall
  209. UK fleet survey kicks off
  210. Associated Seafoods shortlisted for food awards
  211. Shark sighting in Herne Bay panics swimmers
  212. £750k up for grabs
  213. New skipper for SW committee
  214. Further boost for bass
  215. Seafood production halted after unsafe toxin levels recorded
  216. Norwegian export record
  217. Master and Owner fined £10,109.62 for exceeding monthly quota limits
  218. The hero who has saved the lives two North Sea fishermen
  219. Iceland’s mackerel season underway
  220. College entrants head out to sea
  221. Iceland ramps up fight against IUU
  222. Thames Tideway to go ahead
  223. Historic Hull WW1 trawler may return to city
  224. £17k fines for false claims
  225. More than 900 Young's Seafood jobs at risk
  226. Supermarket announces Grimsby seafood jobs
  227. RNAS Culdrose in search for missing fishing boat crew
  228. Fish on menu at Welsh schools
  229. Irish marine plan ‘could deliver 29,000 jobs’
  230. NFFO backs Skipper Expo
  231. Trawler and tanker collision report released
  232. MCS warns of collapse in seabass stocks
  233. Young’s may sell Fraserburgh plant
  234. Findus in sight as Nomad launches $330m shares move
  235. Scallop fishing faces new restrictions
  236. World Seafood Congress looms
  237. Social media campaign to attract new blood
  238. Fishermen urged to report skate egg cases
  239. Testers warn of 'potentially harmful' algal toxins off Skye
  240. Missing fisherman's boat believed to be Susie Mo II
  241. Shetland fishermen join Europêche
  242. Young’s staff in group effort to save jobs
  243. Diversification pays off
  244. Icelandic catches up 14%
  245. Spar lambasted for whale sales
  246. Best mackerel for three years
  247. Caught in the EU’s net
  248. Greenpeace caught lying for political influence
  249. White van men take Grimsby fish message to the country
  250. World Seafood Conference approaching sell-out