Tremors in the central Maldives were the result of reef blasting by a local resort firm.
A swathe of the Kulhudhuffushi mangroves was reclaimed for the airport project last year. The lagoon was reclaimed all the way to the reef’s edge on...
The Met says there will be heavy squally showers and wind speeds of up to 55 miles per hour.
The Met said there would be torrential rain and gusts of up to 45 miles per hour.
A youth group in the Lhaimagu carried out the coral planting programme to revitalise the island's reef ahead of the introduction of local tourism.
A Maldives island is among the beneficiaries of a fundraising effort launched Thursday with the sale of design-wear made from intercepted and upcycled marine debris.
Water seeped into two households each in the Hithadhoo, Feydhoo and Hulhudhoo wards of Addu City but no items were damaged, according to police, who assisted...
The study looked at who was responsible for tourism-related carbon emissions: travellers or the tourist destinations.
The Maldives Independent has received unconfirmed reports of two dengue-related deaths this year, including a foreign worker at a resort.
Finance Minister Ahmed Munawar secured US$165 million as financing from various multilateral donors during the annual meeting of the Asian Development Bank's board of governors last...
How the paradisiacal islands of the Maldives emerged from the ocean is featured in the next episode of the new National Geographic documentary series One Strange...
Heavy rains and thunderstorms are also expected in the southern atolls, with moderate showers in other regions.
Volunteers from government offices, independent bodies and state-owned companies, as well as schools and private groups, collected 70 tonnes of waste.
Malé city council warned earlier this week there was a threat of disease because of littering in the capital.
The council said not enough had been done to keep Malé clean in the three years since the housing ministry seized control of waste disposal responsibilities.
Reclamation of about 70 percent of the lagoon around the northern island has doubled its landmass from about ten hectares to nearly 20 hectares.
"Visitor Centres" and boardwalks have been built in Fuvuhmulah's Eydhigali Kilhi and Addu's Koattey protected areas to offer hiking, bicycling and mangrove canoe tours as well...