Maldives in the Media
Ahmed Shiaan: The Maldives don’t need the Commonwealth to work with Britain
Paris deal is signed and sealed. Now it’s time to deliver
"We should not surrender to climate change" - Minister Dunya
This month a team of scientists reported that melting ice caps and glaciers due to climate change are causing oceans to rise more drastically than previously calculated.
Secretary-General welcomes election of Maldives and Seychelles as next Chairs of AOSIS
The Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma has welcomed the election of Maldives and Seychelles as the next two successive Chairs of the Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS), a negotiation coalition of small island and coastal states and observers from across Africa, the Caribbean, the Indian Ocean, Pacific, and the South China Sea.
Rochelle, Marvin and baby Alaia-Mai just can't get enough... of the Maldives!
The Maldives have been the beautiful backdrop to the most special times of my life – so it should be no surprise to learn that they've become the No 1 holiday destination for me and my husband, Marvin. We first came here at the end of 2011 – and got engaged.
New Maldivian fishing school opens bringing long-term support for coastal communities
Switzerland’s largest retailing group, Migros, and the International Pole & Line Foundation (IPNLF) officially open a training centre for pole and line fishermen in the Maldives.
The magical glow-in the dark beach: Honeymooner snaps stunning surf lit up by glowing plankton
Maldives beach becomes sea of stars thanks to bioluminescent phytoplankton
It turns out that putting a certain type of plankton under stress results in one of the most stress-relieving sights on the planet, their resultant blue glow creating astral patterns on sea shores.
Romantic paradise, crystal sea and world-class pampering? It must be the Maldives
WITH picture-perfect beaches and crystal clear lagoons, the Maldives is one of the most romantic destinations in the world - one writer returned for her wedding anniversary