It was revealed at a meeting of the Environmental Committee appointed to protect the Deduru Oya, that the Geological Survey and Mines Bureau (GS and MB) was still issuing permits for the transport

The Sri Lanka Pakistan Friendship Association and the High Commission of Pakistan in Sri Lanka yesterday made an urgent appeal to the Sri Lankan people for flood relief to assist the six million pe

Findings of the second major investigation by the government into the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, may press BP into putting over $30 billion on the table to quickly settle its outstanding legal

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has called for a report from the Environment Ministry on allegations that a road is being built through the Sinharaja Fores

Recent tests carried out at the Kelani River have indicated that the purity level of the water is diminishing and therefore may not be appropriate for drinking purposes, an environmental NGO said y

The Sri Lankan government pledged cooperation with the Punjab government in its fight against dengue virus on Saturday after Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif in a diplomatic contact requested for the

Sri Lanka’s fledgling bamboo industry is boosted by a wave of support from UNIDO.

The recent island wide elephant census has revealed there are 5,879 elephants in Sri Lanka and this marks the highest density of wild elephants in the Asian continent, Agrarian Services and Wildlif

The Munamalgaswewa community water supply scheme has turned into a failed project in the Puttalam District according to residents.

The people of Ekiriya in Lunugala are concerned that illegal gem mining in the Mahawela irrigation canal is damaging the canal banks and sluice gates.