Marine and Fisheries
Extension of deadline for applications to fishing vessel decommissioning scheme to September 30.
Minna is third ship to carry name of Sir Walter Scott heroine.
Vessel owners have until end of August to submit further applications for aid under scheme.
£15 million replacement for the FPV Sulisker given go ahead to go to tender.
Executive to lay new measures before Parliament relating to scallop fishing.
Consultation to examine weekend bans, seasonally closed areas, and length restrictions.
Fisheries Minister urges Scottish fishing industry to respond to consultation document.
Environment Minister welcomes new project to map out sustainable future for industry.
Announcement of details of transitional aid arrangements for Scottish fishermen.
Scheme aimed at reducing fishing effort on cod by a further 15-20%, is now open for applications.
Executive raises funding for temporary rates relief for businesses in fishing areas.
Proposed amendment to regulations to make it compulsory to ensure safe passage.
Value of fish from Scottish-based vessels down by 4 per cent to £328 million.
Three new names for body advising on hydro electric impact on fish.
Details of limits applicable to fishing vessels over 10m length from Saturday, March 1, 2003.
Announcement of financial package worth up to £50 million to assist Scotland’s fishing communities.
Minister welcomes proposals for group to look at options for long term future.
Mr John Whitehead has been appointed as the new Deputy Chairman of the Sea Fish Industry Authority.
North Sea and West Coast limits for early 2003 unveiled.
Latest figures for salmon production shows 7.4 per cent increase over year.