THE search for a teenage fisherman who went missing after his boat and a passenger ferry collided was called off today.
A diver who died while exploring shipwrecks off the Shetland coast has
been named by police.
A LIFEBOAT volunteer had to be rescued by colleagues after getting into trouble at sea – for the second time in two months.
A SKIPPER and two crewmen who died when their fishing boat capsized were not wearing lifejackets, it was revealed today.
A FISHERMAN who ran into trouble at sea found shelter on a remote island until he was rescued, coastguards said today.
TRIBUTES were paid today to a skipper who died along with two crewmen when his fishing boat capsized last night.
CRASH investigators today ordered an urgent review of helicopter gears following the North Sea crash which claimed 16 lives.
FUNERALS for the North Sea helicopter crash victims continued yesterday.
THE youngest passenger to die in the North Sea helicopter tragedy earlier this month was described as a man of "so many talents" at his funeral yesterday.
A SUPER Puma helicopter was grounded at an offshore platform yesterday, hours after the fleet returned to service.
A SENIOR Labour MP has suggested that some sections of the oil and gas industry are more interested in finding ditched aircraft than people after a crash.
TRIBUTES were paid yesterday to a "young man who loved life", as the first of the funerals for the North Sea helicopter crash victims was held.
IT COULD be at least ten days before the full fleet of Super Puma helicopters will be operational again, the industry body said last night.
EUROPEAN regulators last night issued a directive requiring safety checks on the models of Super Puma helicopters involved in recent North Sea crashes.
VITAL helicopter operations for Britain's oil and gas industry will be grounded this weekend after urgent safety checks were ordered on hundreds of Super Pumas across Europe, following the 1 April disaster in the North Sea in which 16 men died.
AN initial report into the North Sea helicopter crash in which 16 people died found that the aircraft suffered a "catastrophic failure" in part of its main gearbox.
THE Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall will attend a memorial service for the victims of last week's North Sea helicopter crash, it was confirmed today.
POLICE investigating a helicopter crash in which 16 people were killed defended their response to the disaster today.