New Aqua show a sell out!
Posted on: 7 January, 2008
Aquaculture UK 2008 which takes place on 21st and 22nd May 2008 at the Aviemore Highland Resort is a new international exhibition and conference organised in reponse to the wishes of major players in the industry who wanted a move back to the centreof the Scottish Aqua business.
SHETLAND FEATURES AT SCOTTISH CHEFS’ CONFERENCE
Posted on: 5 December, 2007
General manager of Shetland Aquaculture, David Sandison, was the guest speaker at the annual Scottish Chefs’ Conference held in Brig o’ Doon House in Alloway recently.
AQUACULTURE VALUE TOPS £400MILLION SAYS AIB
Posted on: 28 November, 2007
New online resource tells story of aquaculture’s progress
Aquaculture has greater value than the fish catching, sheep and pig sectors.
5TH ANNUAL SKRETTING 5-A-SIDE TOURNAMENT HAILED A SUCCESS
Posted on: 21 November, 2007
The 5th Annual Skretting 5–a-side Football Tournament took place at the Clickimin Lesiure Complex, Lerwick on Saturday 17th November 2007. Ten teams competed, all from local aquaculture companies.
SHETLAND SEAFOOD ON THE MENU AT MASTER CHEFS LUNCHEON
Posted on: 13 November, 2007
Seafood from Shetland has featured prominently on the menu at the Master Chefs of Great Britain 25th anniversary luncheon in London.
PARTNERSHIP APPROACH TO INCREASE VALUE OF SHETLAND'S £200M SEAFOOD INDUSTRY
Posted on: 2 October, 2007
A dynamic strategy to increase the value of Shetland seafood was launched on Tuesday 25 September at the NAFC Marine Centre in Scalloway.
NEW CHAIRMAN FOR SHETLAND AQUACULTURE
Posted on: 31 August, 2007
Shetland Aquaculture recently held its Annual General Meeting, where Michael Stark was elected as the new Chairman of the Association.
SHETLAND AQUACULTURE SUPPORTS SHETLAND COMMUNITY COUNCILS' CAL FOR IMPROVED MOBILE PHONE COVERAGE
Posted on: 12 April, 2007
Shetland Aquaculture has today welcomed the Association of Shetland Community Councils announcement that it will carry out its own mobile phone coverage survey and lobby the Scottish Executive for support to improve coverage in the remoter parts of Shetland.
AQUACULTURE MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR YELL SOUND
Posted on: 23 March, 2007
Six aquaculture companies operating in the Yell Sound area came together recently to sign an aquaculture management plan for the Yell Sound Coast - an area that has been designated as a Marine Special Area of Conservation (MSAC) for otters and common seals.
SEA CAGES ARE ALL BRIGHT
Posted on: 16 March, 2007
The Northern Lighthouse Board (NLB) held a meeting with Shetland's aquaculture industry in the lecture theatre at NAFC Marine Centre to explain how they are involved in consents under the Coast Protection Act.