Logging in Isabel Province under court dispute.
RECENT logging activities in acclaimed Teresa land in Isabel province has been condemned by Primary Landowners.
A spokesperson for a Terisa Jajae landowners group Mr. Jonathan Simata claimed that recent logging activities by Licensee Mighty Tiasa (SI) Ltd and NGU brothers (SI) Ltd in the area have gone against an interim order handed down on the 13th of February 2013 by the high court.
Tree planting in Lelegia Village ,Isabel province .
Sumitomo Metal Mining (SMM) Company Solomon Islands has established forest rehabilitation on Leleghia Isabel.
A statement from the project coordinator and Landowner Paul Ikoi claimed that this research is done to determine different forms of tree planting and which tree species are better suited for soil conditioning and soil protection.
Barik community experience food storage caused by cyclone Sandra
The Barik community in lunga in East Honiara will soon experience food shortage after water level rise and killing food gardens in the community.
According to a local who identify himself as John said that the recent heavy rainfall caused by cyclone Sandra is slowly affecting their daily livelihood.
The heavy rainfall caused by the cyclone will soon affecting us. You look at the water level at this moment it will soon be killing us. Our gardens have been underwater this means that in the coming weeks there will be a shortage of food.
Giant African snail increasing in Honiara
GRAVE fear is currently circulating within Honiara including other parts of Guadalcanal and the provinces over the mounting increase of the Giant African snail.
The Quarantine Division under the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAL) is in no time to wipe out this invasive species which is currently multiplies at an alarming trend.
Edwin Mena Chief operator at Jejevo 2 taking out samples after been extracted from a depth of 10 meters.
Mining camps or specifically drilling camps may sound like a mess, but SMM has proven that Clean and Tidy environment is the first priority in camp.
During a recent visit Sunday Isles saw firsthand that camp management is somewhat a priority area which working teams manning the drilling machines have continuously maintained.
A statement from Jejevo 2 drill base camp Manager Kyoichi Ito claimed that camp safety and strict environmental regulations are usually reminded ever week before actual operations begin.
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