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I hardly dare watch Hugh's Fish Fight: Save Our Seas anymore, and I certainly wouldn't do it while eating a fish supper. You just never know when he's going to knock something else off the ethical consumer's shopping list.

A ban on dumping fish is just the start - and public pressure must be kept up

We should move to catching only those fish needed in the first place

Palestinian fishermen mystified after bloodied Mobula ray fish wash up on Gaza beach

Palestinian fisherman have been left mystified after hundreds of bloodied Mobula Ray fish were found washed up on a Gaza beach.

Radio review: Ian D Montfort Is: Unbelievable - When the lights go off, the symphony begins

Tom Binns has a bit of previous on the radio. He was fired by a local radio station for dissing the Queen's Speech in 2009. Ten years earlier, Tony Blair's apparatchiks tried to have Binns sacked from Xfm for dissing New Labour (a badge of honour for any comedian).

Two Cigarettes in the Dark, Tanztheater Wuppertal, Pina Bausch

Two Cigarettes in the Dark, Pina Bausch, Tanztheater Wuppertal, Sadler’s Wells, London

If the phrase “rarely performed work” sets off warning bells, hearing that it explores the monotony of existence has them clanging. Pina Bausch was one of the most influential choreographers of the twentieth century, creating onstage worlds of surreal images and human need. Two Cigarettes in the Dark, which opens a London season by Bausch’s own company, has her usual themes without her best insights. It’s a long, long evening.

Yule Log, the overweight grey seal. Staff at the sanctuary said his lovable character and pleading eyes were hard to resist at feeding time

Hefty seal put on diet and exercise regime after piling on the pounds

A grey seal with a penchant for overeating has been put on a strict diet after gaining more than 124kg in just nine months.

Mandarinese dashed our hopes of high drama

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The mackerel fish has joined the likes of North Sea turbot and most sea bass on the “caution” list of species people should buy only occasionally

Tasty but no longer sustainable: fear over mackerel overfishing

For years, chefs extolled it as a perfect example of a cheap, tasty and, crucially, sustainable fish which could be eaten with a clear conscience.

Fish caught close to the Fukushima nuclear plant was 2,500 times over the legal safe radiation limit

The murasoi fish, which is comparable to a rockfish, was found in the area surrounding the now-closed power plant

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Donsal, Philippines: Up close to whale sharks

The Lonely Planet Adventure: There's no need for a cage when you share the water with these giant creatures

New Yes, Prime Minister panned by the critics

The return of Yes, Prime Minister to the small screen after a 24-year absence has been met with criticism from reviewers.

The chairman of Manchester City, Khaldoon Al Mubarak (R), talks to chief executive Ferran Soriano

Manchester City have been trying to lure Barcelona staff claims Nou Camp president

Former Barcelona directors Ferran Soriano and Txiki Begiristain are now at City

'Tornadoes of fire were coming towards us'

As scores of fires continued to burn the length of eastern Australia yesterday, a remarkable survival story emerged from Tasmania, where five young children escaped a blaze that destroyed about 90 properties in their village by sheltering under a boat jetty with their grandparents.

Bluefin tuna sells for record £1m in Tokyo

A bluefin tuna sold for a record £1m million at a Tokyo auction today, nearly three times the previous high set last year — even as environmentalists warn that stocks of the majestic, speedy fish are being depleted worldwide amid strong demand for sushi.

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