Student

Having graduated last year, Helen Burch finds that student life is a little different from the other side of the fence

Wanted to deliver hundreds of babies – volunteer divers

A lobster hatchery in the fishing village of Padstow in Cornwall says it has a novel scheme to re-populate seas of the south-west with thousands of the threatened crustaceans – but needs the help of willing divers.

Tiger prawns are first Fairtrade seafood

Tiger and king prawns are to become the first Fairtrade seafoods, in a move aimed at bringing social and environmental improvements to fish farms.

Scientists track 'killer' shrimps

Traps baited with cat and fish food are being used to track "killer" shrimp in British rivers, the Environment Agency has announced.

Pizzette with crab and chilli

Serves 4

Bite-sized crab cakes

Makes about 18

Album: Killer Shrimp, Whatever Sincerely (33 Jazz)

Saxophonist Ed Jones and trumpeter Damon Brown are talented UK bop players who've been round the block a few times and Killer Shrimp is their attempt to use technology to sound more contemporary.

Tom Aikens: In the heat of the kitchen, a knife is the quickest solution

The Crustastun sounds like another gadget that's going to get broken and relegated to the back of a kitchen cupboard.

Discovery of 'killer' shrimp alarms experts

For the first time the vicious shrimp Dikerogammarus villosus has been found in Britain, causing consternation among scientists charged with keeping the country's waterways stocked with native wildlife.

Crab salad with fennel

Serves 4

Samphire and brown shrimp patties

Serves 4-6

Crab and pea salad

Serves 2

Crab with mayonnaise

Allow 150g/5oz of white crab meat per person and try to pre-order through your fish monger, asking him to remove any shell. Please don't use frozen crab meat – it's watery and horrid – and don't accept pasteurised; it has a nasty aftertaste.

Scrambled eggs with crab

Serves 4

Lobster in garlic sauce with mixed leaves

Our chefs demonstrate how to make local lobster wth garlic butter and mixed leaves

Leading article: Goodbye to Guy?

American grey squirrel comes in, British red squirrel goes out. American crayfish comes in, native crayfish gets crunched – quite literally. American mink comes in... you get the picture.

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