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#Fishing

# fishing - Tuesday 14 August, 2012

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

Two bodies found in Clare coast search

Small boat had been reported missing last night when it failed to return to Quilty. Bodies of two men were found after midday today.

# fishing - Wednesday 8 August, 2012

Naval Service detain Irish fishing boat

The Naval Service have carried out 946 boardings and detained 12 vessels so far this year.

# fishing - Monday 30 July, 2012

Naval service detain Irish fishing boat

The vessel was detained off the coast of Clare and is being held over an alleged breach of fishing regulations.

# fishing - Thursday 19 April, 2012

China fish trial ‘major boost’ for Irish fisheries – Simon Coveney

Ireland’s trade mission to China has secured 155 per cent increase on its quota for boarfish, which has been described as a “real opportunity and a boost to Irish fishermen and processors”.

# fishing - Tuesday 10 April, 2012

Irish Naval Service detains British fishing vessel

The British-registered vessel was detained around 33 nautical miles off the coast of Kerry this afternoon over an alleged breach of fishing regulations.

# fishing - Monday 26 March, 2012

'Ghost ship' from Japan tsunami spotted off Canada

The fishing vessel has spent the last year drifting all the way across the Pacific with nobody on board.

# fishing - Tuesday 20 March, 2012

Fisherman dies after Lough Corrib fall

Two fishermen were airlifted to hospital yesterday after entering the water at Lough Corrib.

# fishing - Monday 19 March, 2012

Ireland pushes for sanctions against Faroe Islands, Iceland for 'unsustainable fishing'

Minister Simon Coveney received support from various EU ministers to fast track the adoption of effective trade sanctions against the countries.

# fishing - Friday 16 March, 2012

Fishing boat sinks in New Zealand, 8 presumed dead

A seven-year-old boy is among eight people believed dead after a fishing boat sank in rough weather off the coast of southern New Zealand yesterday.

# fishing - Friday 24 February, 2012

Dolphin and seal found dead on Waterford beach

The animals had injuries consistent with gunshot wounds – just days after two other seals were found shot dead on the same beach.

# fishing - Wednesday 25 January, 2012

From The Daily Edge Watch and relax: Fishing under ice in Finland Work Can Wait This post contains videos

Watch and relax: Fishing under ice in Finland

The most relaxing video you will come across today.

# fishing - Sunday 22 January, 2012

Third body found in Cork search

The body is believed to be be that one of of the Egyptian crew members of the Tit Bonhomme. Two fishermen from the sunken trawler have yet to be found.

# fishing - Saturday 21 January, 2012

North Korean ambassador let off hook over illegal fishing

The diplomat was caught angling without a permit in Berlin – but simply told police he was the North Korean ambassador and carried on.

# fishing - Friday 13 January, 2012

Fishing vessel detained by Naval Service

The British registered boat allegedly breached fishing regulations.

# fishing - Thursday 5 January, 2012

Injured fisherman evacuated from Spanish fishing vessel off Cork

An Air Corps maritime patrol aircraft was called 100 miles off Cork to tend to an injured fisherman on board a Spanish vessel.

# fishing - Saturday 17 December, 2011

Irish Sea prawn fishery reopens - and other fish quotas increase

Cod catches overall will have to be cut by 25 per cent in 2012 – but many other fish quotas are raised after late-night EU negotiations.

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The 9 at 9: Saturday

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# fishing - Thursday 15 December, 2011

Coveney heads to Brussels for critical talks on fish quotas

The tense annual negotiations on the next year’s fishing quotas are expected to continue into the weekend.

# fishing - Tuesday 30 August, 2011

Spanish fishing boat detained over alleged breach of regulations

A Spanish-registered fishing vessel is detained around 160 nautical miles off the coast of Loop Head.

# fishing - Friday 26 August, 2011

Off-duty garda officer dies in tragic accident

The man, named locally as Adrian Martin, had been fishing with his son when he fell off a cliff in Co Clare.

# fishing - Sunday 21 August, 2011

From The Daily Edge Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads Sitdown Sunday

Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads

The very best of the week’s writing from around the globe.

# fishing - Sunday 24 July, 2011

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Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads

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# fishing - Monday 4 July, 2011

One killed after tourist boat struck by electrical storm

Six people are still missing after the boat full of people on a fishing holiday capsized off the Mexican coast.

# fishing - Tuesday 1 March, 2011

EU may change rule requiring fish to be thrown back into sea

Fishermen are currently supposed to throw back any fish over strict quotas, even though they are perfectly edible.

# fishing - Wednesday 27 October, 2010

Almost 100 people rescued from life rafts after ship fire

Thirteen people remained on board to tackle the blaze.

# fishing - Friday 27 August, 2010

A GHANIAN MAN WAS airlifted from a Spanish trawler last night after becoming ill on board. The Shannon-based coastguard helicopter airlifted the man from the vessel, located 145km off-shore, and flew him to Shannon for medical attention. He is recovering at the Mid-Western Regional Hospital in Limerick and his condition is described as stable.