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# fishing quotas

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# NET LOSS
Closed Doors: Lack of transparency and the push to overfish in Ireland’s fishing sector
Noteworthy examines the powers at play in the sector and how the Irish system may be disadvantaging small-scale fisheries.
Our investigative platform, Noteworthy, takes an in-depth look at the fishing sector in this three-part series.
Significant enforcement problems prevail in Irish industry: Fishing's control issues
Endangered fish thrown away and dead whales on our shores: Fishing's ocean impact
# Brexit
'We won't accept this': Post-Brexit trade agreement disappoints Irish fishing industry
Meanwhile, business groups are cautiously optimistic about the deal
# fishing quotas
Irish fishermen will be able to catch more fish next year (but less cod and pollock)
The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Michael Creed today announced the 2017 quotas for fishermen.
# Margiris
TD raises concerns that supertrawler may be acting illegally off Donegal coast
The Margiris can process as much as 250 tonnes of fish per day.
# bigger boat
Like Dublin Bay prawns? Irish fishermen are allowed to catch more of them
Ireland convinced the European Commission’s to change their mind on fish quotas.
# fishing quotas
Mixed results for Irish fishermen after "difficult and complex negotiations"
Talks on Ireland’s fishing quotas for 2013 ended in the early hours of this morning, with Minister Coveney saying that the agreed quotas would “support our fishing industry over the coming year”.
# Fishing
Coveney warns of difficult negotiations on fishing quotas
Coveney said proposed cuts to quotas will have serious implications for Irish fishermen and jobs.
# fishing quotas
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.
# Fishing
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.