Detectives told Woman’s Day magazine that Patrick McDermott, who disappeared in 2005, is living with a German girlfriend in a fishing village
The coast guard used gunfire to sink after boat attempted to ram Argentine naval vessel
The technique may be so efficient that it will cause whole areas to be “fished out”
Melting ice means industrial-scale vessels are able to venture much further north in search of catches
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'
Devonshire fisherman demanding compensation for damage for lost catches
The finding is an example of the 'poorly regulated global seafood market' according to a new study
Lacking a little oomph, but some very nice touches
ohn Degenkolb won the latest stage
In our jaded post-Lance Armstrong world, even the sleepiest sports are not immune to the vigilance of the United States Anti-Doping Agency. After a week spent crouched low, kneepads on, caught fish stuffed in their trouser pockets, the winners of last week’s World Ice Fishing Championship were led to a room in the Plaza Hotel, Wausau, Wisconsin, to be tested for steroids and growth hormones.
The indiscriminate slaughter of vast numbers of turtles, sharks, albatrosses and other endangered marine animals that get unintentionally caught by fishermen as “by-catch” could be prevented by a radical proposal of mobile marine reserves, scientists said yesterday.
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
At 14, Dorothy left home, preferring the violence of the streets. She tells Jonathan Brown how a charity changed her world
This Cornish seaside village takes no modern-day prisoners. Turn off your mobile phone and just surrender to the slower pace of a different era