Conservationists hailed the success of the trials as 'absolutely brilliant'
New assessment shows the world has been taking far more fish out of the ocean over the past half century than admitted
Fishermen cut off the stingray’s tail before realising she was pregnant.
'Organised crime has been having it away for years undetected and under the radar'
After promising its customers to make all its tuna sustainable by 2016, John West has only reached a disappointing 2 per cent, according to Greenpeace.
One of the divers 'screamed and saw the shark thrashing around' where Sam Kellet had been moments earlier
Lacking a little oomph, but some very nice touches
ohn Degenkolb won the latest stage
Tom Peck on the ex-chart show DJ, his music firm – and its fall down the FTSE chart
Polar ice continues to hamper rescue attempts as appeal goes out to any ships in the area to help
The death in police custody of a village elder who tried to fight land-grabs by the state has galvanised protesters, says Clifford Coonan
Pair drift in the Pacific for 33 days, then discover relatives on a remote atoll
Fourth-choice fly-half cannot match Carter's skills but he kept his cool when it mattered
Two weeks ago he was an outcast on a fishing trip. Now Stephen Donald is a World Cup hero
Greenpeace urges Commission to end 'corrupted' fisheries policy
His holiday in Italy having been cut short by the riots, the Prime Minister is now enjoying a break in north Cornwall where he and his wife Samantha were photographed yesterday in the fishing village of Port Isaac, close to where their daughter Florence was born last year