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Tuna tortilla

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Consuming Issues: A fishy tale: Princes' claims on its tuna tins

A television series this week showed British trawlermen tossing dead cod back into the sea and African fishermen confirming their tuna nets also snared turtles, sharks and dolphins.

Top tuna brand drops environmental claim

One of Britain’s biggest tuna brands, Princes, has agreed to drop an environmental claim from its tins following an investigation by Greenpeace.

Britain's 'unadventurous' fish eaters told to take the plunge and try gurnard

Dozens of edible fish live in UK waters, but the unadventurous British tend to eat just three – salmon, tuna and cod – most of which come from abroad. A campaign beginning next week with the backing of the Government aims to persuade people to consider trying a new piscene experience. For every meal of salmon, cod and tuna, people should eat one containing abundant species such as gurnard and dab, viewers of a celebrity chef-fronted Channel 4 season will be advised.

Three boys rescued after 50 days adrift

Three teens who have been missing in the South Pacific for 50 days - and were already eulogized in a memorial service - have been found alive by a New Zealand fishing boat.

Supporting cast leaves the stage at end of the greatest show on earth

All week, millions watched the rescue of 'Los 33'. Now the site of the miracle is just another hole in the ground. Guy Adams bids farewell to the San Jose mine

Tuna and green olive pastries

Makes 8-10 pastries

Grilled Tuna with Roast Tomatoes

Serves 4

Mega Piranha (15)

The tiny pause at the end of every line and the wooden reaction shots tell us where we are: B-movie hell. Actually, "B-movie" might be to flatter this cheapo horror flick about a mutant strain of giant piranhas chomping their way up the Orinoco towards the coast of Florida – as if they haven't already enough to cope with from BP.

My MasterChef hell: Deborah Ross takes on cooking’s toughest challenge

It’s television’s toughest culinary challenge – and its motor-mouthed presenters, Gregg Wallace and John Torode, have proved a smash hit with viewers. But how would the cooking skills of our intrepid interviewer stand up to the MasterChef test?

Green campaigner injured in tuna fishing raid

A British environmentalist was injured during a raid on tuna fishing boats when a grappling hook stuck in his leg, Greenpeace said today.

Sergei Tudela: A shameful, greedy decision – but the fight is not over yet

Today, governments taking part in the world's largest wildlife trade convention put politics before science, and we all lost out.

Ban on bluefin tuna would 'threaten Japanese culture'

Delegates from 175 countries debate a proposal to restrict the international trade in the sushi delicacy

Conservation group supports call for bluefin tuna trade ban

The future of the bluefin tuna could be decided within days, along with two other endangered fish, the spiny dogfish and porbeagle, according to a national conservation charity.

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