Simon Coveney: being urged to “investigate the Marine Institute’s scientific expertise”. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Marine Institute says it stands over the work of its scientists, following renewed criticism by Inland Fisheries Ireland and several environmental(...)

The weir at the Dropping Well on the river Dodder, one of the barriers to be modified in a new fish-pass scheme. Photograph: Eric Luke

Several man-made weirs on Dublin’s Dodder river are to be modified to allow wild salmon and sea trout back upstream for the first time in more than 2(...)

Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM) says that aquaculture will be central to its new five-year plan for Ireland’s seafood sector which aims to meet a target of €1 billion in sales and 1200 jobs by 2017.

Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM) says that aquaculture will be central to its new five-year plan for Ireland’s seafood sector which aims to meet a target of (...)

The Marine Institute said it “stands firmly over all peer-reviewed scientific papers published by its staff and we support open access to high-quality research”.

The Marine Institute has said it stands over a scientific paper written by its staff, published in an international journal, which has been the subjec(...)

Mark Johnston from Cavan with a superb Sheelin trout caught after the murrough started to hatch.

Inland Fisheries Ireland is seeking the help of anglers and the general public to report any sightings of distressed fish due to high water temperatur(...)

Were David Attenborough to visit the west coast of Ireland in search of natural drama, he couldn’t select two more controversial species for study tha(...)

A 15,000-tonne organic salmon farm proposed for Galway Bay currently before Minister for Marine Simon Coveney has been met with local opposition. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy/The Irish Times

State agency Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) has “serious concerns” about the methodology and findings of a Marine Institute-led study on wild salmon. (...)

Pollution rather than fish farming is having the greatest impact on Irish wild salmon stocks, Marine Institute researchers have found. Photograph: Getty Images

Pollution rather than fish farming is having the greatest impact on Irish wild salmon stocks, Marine Institute researchers have found.A Marine Institu(...)

BALLYNAHINCH enjoyed great spring salmon fishing in late May. With a rise in waters in the second week, healthy numbers of springers were observed mig(...)

Up to a dozen bodies responsible for environmental protection and tourism development on Lough Derg, should copy the efforts of international commiss(...)

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