Category: Environment

Oil spill suspected to be from a World War 2 Wreckage discovered in North Guadalcanal

Fredrick Kusu- November 24, 2022

An oil spill suspected to be originated from a World War 2 wreckage was discovered meters outside Vura village in Northwest Guadalcanal. Villagers said the ... Read More

Banks and SICCI Keen to support 2023 Pacific Games

Fredrick Kusu- November 14, 2022

Banks and the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce (SICCI) have expressed support towards the 2023 Pacific Games, while calling on the Government to clearly outline ... Read More

Solomon Islands joins global call to conclude work on Ocean governance treaty

Jared Koli- August 3, 2022

Solomon Islands joins the global call to conclude the work on the Marine Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdictions (BBNJ) Treaty  by the end of this year. Minister ... Read More

Tovosia to Wale: Necessary procedures will be taken on deep sea mining

Jared Koli- August 3, 2022

The government will carry out all necessary procedures needed and required before any deep-sea mining activities can take place in the country. This is according ... Read More

Government thanks Japan’s support in Sustainable Forest Resource Management project

Jared Koli- August 2, 2022

Forestry and Research Minister Dickson Mua on behalf of Solomon Islands Government and its people thanked the Japanese Government and its people for the generosity ... Read More

MECDM farewells Kauhiona

Jared Koli- August 1, 2022

The Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management and Meteorology (MECDM) bid farewell one of its long serving staff Mr Hudson Kauhiona on Tuesday 27 ... Read More

Fifth Legal Protected Area declared in Choiseul Province

Jared Koli- May 27, 2022

Vuri Forest Conservation Area in Babatana Ward, South Choiseul Province has become the 5th Legal Protected Area in Solomon Islands after receiving its certificate of ... Read More