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EU Parliament to vote on future of ‘electric pulse fishing'
The European Commission has approved as "environmentally friendly" the controversial fishing technique, banned in much of the world, which is both praised and condemned by experts.
Fish in a new climate
Will oysters be able to survive climate change and the expected rise of water temperatures in seas and oceans across the globe?
Takeaway: Fish & climate
Do you like carp… yes or no?
Tokyo firefighters tackle a blaze at world's largest fishmarket.
Firefighters struggle to contain a blaze at Tsukiji fishmarket, the world's largest and one of Tokyo's most popular tourist sites
Arctic icebergs reach Canadian coast, disrupting sea lanes and fishing
Unusually large icebergs have broken off the Arctic shelf and floated south, coming close to the Canadian shore, posing shipping and fishing hazards, but proving to be a big tourist draw.
South Korea: a fish out of water
Locals and tourists braved below freezing temperatures to take part in South Korea’s Sancheoneo ice fishing festival on Saturday (January 14).
What a catch! More than 600,000 euros for a 212 kilo tuna
For the sixth year in a row restaurant boss has paid the top price at the famous Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo
Tokyo attempts to revive its historical connection with water
Hundreds of years ago Tokyo was often referred to as the water city, until the focus shifted to the modern urban expanse that we know today
Pro-Brexit UK fishermen look to non-EU Norway for inspiration
Many British fishermen believe European Union rules mean that too often they are confined to port.
US fisherman catches huge shark
In West Beach, Galveston, Texas, a fisherman had the surprise of his life. He caught a six-feet long shark. The man succeeded in beaching it with
Argentine coastguard sinks illegal Chinese trawler
Argentina’s coastguard has sunk a Chinese fishing trawler that was apparently operating illegally within its territorial waters. Warning shots were
A fishy tale of more taste less waste
Futuris producer Denis Loctier has a fishy tale for foodies and scientists: ‘‘Smoked salmon is a speciality dish. Still it’s hard to believe that
Takeaway: less waste, more taste
Looks delicious, doesn’t it? Actually, this snack comes from industrial waste. And it’s made using live bacteria. Factories reject a lot of
World tuna throwing championships
It’s more than a bit odd but there is a world tuna throwing championship. The event take place at Port Lincoln in Australia and is based on a
Fisherman narrowly avoids being impaled by huge marlin
Three anglers had a close call with a marlin off the coast of Port Stephens in Australia on New Year’s Day. One of the fishermen was almost impaled
Japan: one 'Heck' of a squid
One ‘Heck’ of a giant squid has been spotted swimming in a Japanese marina at depths of around 2.5-3 metres. Nicknamed ‘Heck,’ the Architeuthis dux
EU institution eateries and sushi restaurants among those guilty of fish fraud in Brussels
New research from global environmental group Oceana says one in three fish served in Brussels does not correspond to what has been ordered and paid for.
Anger over 'slaughter of 250 pilot whales' in the Faroe Islands
Sickening new footage has emerged claiming to show pilot whales being killed in the Faroe Islands. Campaigners say around 250 were slaughtered on
Is seafood still safe to eat?
Fisheries are an excellent source of fresh and tasty fish that won’t harm marine resources. But can we be sure that these fish are safe to eat?” In
Reeling in the catch at winter trout fishing festival
If you want to catch wild mountain trout, patience is required. This is the particularly the case at Hwacheon’s annual Sancheoneo (Mountain Trout)