In the September Edition:
No Minister, Brexit, poor markets, transatlantic trade deals and little recognition… The Tragedy of Ireland’s Sea Fisheries.
High Court rules consultation process in 6-mile ban decision flawed.
Seafaring Gut Instinct. Tributes paid following epic rescue off Inis Oírr.
Supreme Court rules in favour of fishermen in Porcupine case.
Gardaí investigate allegations of ‘misconduct in public office’ relating to marine casualty inquiries, writes Lorna Siggins.
Volume of landings by Irish boats down 8.9% in 2019. Celtic Sea accounts for 28% of the catch.
COVID-19: August Markets remain volatile.
Risks and Opportunities for demersal fisheries in warming seas. More black sole, less monk and megs.
August Tie-up Scheme sees extremely low uptake.
Plus all our usuals and loads more!
Front Cover: Joe O’Shaughnessy, Connacht Tribune
ECJ RULES MCIB NOT INDEPENDENT
Lawyer calls for public inquiry into State’s handling of marine investigations.
SALES NOTES DEBACLE
State failure on sales notes sees fishermen deemed ineligible for tie-up scheme.
AN INDUSTRY ABANDONED
Fishing industry unites in criticism of Minister’s Tie-up Scheme.
END OF AN ERA
Fishing community mourns one of Ireland’s great campaigners.
‘Worst case scenario’ materialises as coronavirus crisis hits fishing industry hard