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Indian fishermen demand closure of private resort January 05, 2021   |  Source : The Hindu  | Copyright : 2021, THG PUBLISHING PVT LTD.

Stepping up their demand to close down a private resort near Mandapam panchayat in Ramanathapuram District of the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu, fishermen association leaders and village presidents staged a wait-in protest in front of the Sub-Collector...

Russia ends search for bodies of 17 fisherman in Arctic Ocean January 05, 2021   |  Source : RFERL  | Copyright : Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty © 2021 RFE/RL, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Russian officials have stopped the search for the bodies of 17 fishermen who fell into the freezing waters of the Arctic Ocean when their trawler capsized during a storm a week ago. The Federal Agency for Maritime and River Transportation (Rosmorrechfl...

Fisherman dies after collision in clash with conservationists off Mexico January 05, 2021   |  Source : Mexico News Daily  | Copyright : 2021 Laughing Gecko Holdings SA de CV

A fisherman who was injured in the upper Gulf of California on Thursday during an attack by fishermen on two vessels owned by a conservation society died Friday evening. Mario García Toledo, whose fishboat collided with a larger vessel owned by the Se...

Pingtan launches China's biggest reefer as China gets defensive over US IUU claims by Mark Godfrey January 05, 2021   |  Source : SeafoodSource  | Copyright : 2021 Diversified Communications. All rights reserved.

One of China’s largest distant-water fishing companies, Pingtan Marine, has launched what it’s claiming is the country’s largest reefer vessel. The rebuilt refrigerated transport vessel, Fu Yuan Yu Yun 992, is 132.06 meters in length and has a gr...

Indian oil sardine stocks show signs of revival after 5-year-long decline by K A Shaji January 05, 2021   |  Source : DTE  | Copyright : Down To Earth 2020

The stocks of the Indian oil sardine, the cheap, tasty and nutritious variety of marine fish most consumed in Kerala, could be in for a revival in the state after a five-year-long decline, according to scientists. There are favourable conditions now in...

Bering Sea fishing crews on edge about coming pollock opening after a tough 2020 of small fish and COVID-19 by Hal Bernton January 05, 2021   |  Source : The Seattle Times  | Copyright : 2021 Anchorage Daily News. All rights reserved.

Skipper Kevin Ganley spent most of the summer and fall pulling a massive trawl net through the Bering Sea in a long slow search for pollock, a staple of McDonald’s fish sandwiches. The fish proved very hard to find. “We just scratched and scratched...

Brexit trade deal: Fishing industry needs Scotland to grasp opportunities not grievances – Brian Wilson by Brian Wilson January 04, 2021   |  Source : The Scotsman  | Copyright : JPIMedia Publishing Ltd. All rights reserved

Betrayal, con-trick, sold down the river… we’ve been hearing it for decades; inside and outside the EU, whoever was in government. The audience for these rituals is never meant to notice (and generally doesn’t because it is a complex subject) tha...

Among seafood highest levels of microplastics found in molluscs: Study January 04, 2021   |  Source : ANI

A research has revealed that mussels, oysters and scallops possess the highest levels of contamination due to microplastic among all seafood. This research was conducted by researchers from the Hull York Medical School and the University of Hull. In or...

Three Sri Lankan fishermen detained in India January 04, 2021   |  Source : The Hindu  | Copyright : 2021, THG PUBLISHING PVT LTD.

Three Sri Lankan fishermen have been detained by the Coastal Security Group personnel at Vedaranyam in Nagapattinam district after their fibre boat drifted towards the Indian waters reportedly due a technical snag. Coastal Security Group sources identi...

Boris prepares to ban EU 'hoover trawlers' wiping out UK fishing stocks in new Brexit rule by CLAIRE ANDERSON January 04, 2021   |  Source : Express  | Copyright : 2021 Express Newspapers.

Boris Johnson has suggested the UK will ban large fishing trawlers which are doing enormous damage to the marine environment and to fish stocks. The Prime Minister set out beneficial changes to rules for the UK's fishing waters. Mr Johnson told BBC One...

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