CPR saves fish!

That’s was the message from Inland Fisheries Ireland as their new campaign highlights importance of conservation.

Creed welcomes Blue Economy growth

Minister Creed reaffirmed the government’s commitment to the development of the marine sector in Ireland.

Creed Hosts Brexit Fisheries discussion

Minister for Agriculture Food and The marine, Michael Creed, yesterday hosted a Brexit discussion, focusing on Fisheries.

Cork City to host Eurpoean Maritime Day 2020

Minister Michael Creed has announced that Cork City has been chosen to host the European Maritime day for 2020.

Two farmers charged with Fish killings

Two farmers were last week fined at Omagh Magistrates court for effluent pollution causing the death of fish.

Healy welcomes Independent licence review of Aquaculture

The news of an Independent Aquaculture Licence review has been today welcomed by IFA President Joe Healy.

Farmer convicted of Fishy behavior.

A Galway farmer has today being convicted of a breach to the Water Pollution Act which resulted in numerous fish deaths.

Not Fun-gi!

A social media campaign has begun after The body of a dolphin has been found near student accommodation in Cork.

Minister Sean Kyne officially launches new fish counter facility

A new fish counter facility has been officially opened today on the River Lackagh.

Far from 'shell-fish': Irish shellfish association (ISA) welcome delegates to NUI Galway

Michael Mulloy, ISA president, has welcomed delegates to International conference on Molluscan Shellfish safety in Galway.