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TAC regulations are expected to be published in January 2019.
A new tagging programme is exploring the behaviour and migration of Atlantic bluefin tunas, to better understand recent sightings around the UK.
E&J Shellfish Limited, one of its directors and master of its fishing vessel Catatonia were sentenced for fisheries offences.
Guidance for the fishing industry as the full Landing Obligation comes into force from January 1 2019.
Defra are seeking views on proposals to introduce Inshore Vessel Monitoring Systems (I-VMS).
The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) has published its annual UK Sea Fisheries Statistics 2017.
Minister Eustice's statement in the House of Commons on scallops.
Opportunity to manage inshore fisheries and conservation in the Devon and Severn district
From 1 September English fishing vessels will have a small, 50kg by-catch allowance for undulate rays in ICES Area VIId (eastern English Channel).
Through the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) funding is now available in England towards replacing of engines on fishing vessels.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove launches the Cefas-Exeter collaborative centre for Sustainable Aquaculture Futures to support food security and blue growth.
Planning permission granted for Lowestoft redevelopment of the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas) headquarters.
From 1 October a ban on landing egg-bearing lobsters and crawfish comes into effect.
The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) has published its annual UK sea fisheries annual statistics report 2016.
Offenders plead guilty to breach of Wildlife and Countryside Act at Brighton Magistrates' Court on 20 September 2017 in case brought by MMO
Environment Secretary Michael Gove visits Aberdeen to discuss the future of the farming and fishing industries outside the EU
Fish merchant pleads guilty to fishing offences in case brought by Marine Management Organisation (MMO).
Bluefin tuna is a prohibited species for UK registered commercial fishing vessels.
Lancashire company pleads guilty to buying fish without appropriate MMO registration
Fishing vessel master guilty of fishing over quota.
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