Fishing family disgusted' by Coveney comments

A family which owns one of the biggest fishing fleets in the country has hit out at comments by Agriculture Minister Simon Coveney which were highly critical of its operations.

13th July, 2014

A family which owns one of the biggest fishing fleets in the country has hit out at comments by Agriculture Minister Simon Coveney which were highly critical of its operations.

The O'Flaherty brothers have 16 boats and a processing factory on Kilmore Quay on the Wexford coast, with 100 people in total employed. The company hit the headlines two years ago when it gave away free fish to highlight the EU rules on throwing fish...

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