News & Events Archive
While there is no sport or commercial fishery for Bluefin tuna in Ireland, authorisations will soon be granted for 15 angling vessels to participate in Tuna CHART (Catch and Release Tagging) a pilo
A new smartphone app to help the aquaculture sector in Ireland identify invasive alien species is being trialled for the first time this week in Mulroy Bay, Co Donegal.
The Taoiseach has confirmed that Government has taken an important step to boost the development of the offshore renewable energy sector.
Our Ocean Wealth Summit 2019 acknowledged the role of islands in Our Ocean Wealth with its theme of Shared Voices from Small Island Nations.
The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross, T.D., on Friday, 19 July published a new National Search and Rescue Plan aimed at placing Ireland at the forefront of international best p
The Irish Native Oyster Fisheries Forum, funded under the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund, has been set up to help restore native oyster (Ostrea edulis) populations in oyster fishing areas in
Up to 100 primary school teachers from Galway, Kerry, Waterford, and Dublin took to the beaches in the first week of July (1st – 5th), joining the wave of formal educators aro
11 July 2019 marked the conclusion of a specialist programme being held in Dublin aimed at taking young Irish based aquaculture businesses to the next level.
The Marine Institute Coordinated Eurofleets+ project today launched its first access programme; Eurofleets+ Ship-time and marine Equipment Application (SEA-Programme) Call OCEANS.
Minister Creed Launches Public Consultation on Draft Climate Change Adaptation Plan for the Agriculture, Forest and Seafood Sector
The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed T.D., and the Minister for State, Andrew Doyle T.D., today launched a public consultation process on a draft Climate Change Adaptati