Category: Logging

Solomon Water estimated to lose about $10 million dollars annually

admin- December 16, 2020

Upstream, Kongulai water source|Photo: Solomon Water Solomon Water has introduced a Non-Revenue Water program to address leakages and illegal water connection issues. The State-Owned Enterprise ... Read More

Log export to further fall by July this year

admin- April 12, 2020

Logs awaiting shipment in Solomon Islands |Photo supplied The country's economic mainstay, log export is expected further fall by July this year. Finance Minister Harry ... Read More

Fake Tubi export deregulation document

admin- August 29, 2019

The Ministry of Environment, Climate Change Disaster Management and Meteorology has denied claims of a document that deregulates the export of Tubi in the country. ... Read More

Suspicious Logging camp death

admin- August 12, 2019

Police have arrested a 47-year-old man in Western Province in relation to the death of a 19 year-old girl in a logging camp at Jericho, ... Read More

Our forests are still safe from logging: Sogavare

admin- June 17, 2019

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare. Photo: AFP. Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare says the country's forests and trees are still safe from logging. This comes after his ... Read More

Sogavare clarifies China trip

admin- June 14, 2019

Prime Minister Sogavare Prime Minister Hon. Manaseh Sogavare has clarified the government delegation's recent trip to China. The China trip was led by the Minister ... Read More

SI may ban round log exports by 2023

admin- June 8, 2019

A logging operation in the Western Province. Solomon Islands is looking at putting a complete stop to round log export by 2023, says Prime Minister ... Read More