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How You Can Tell If You Might Get Replaced By A Robot

Which occupations are most at risk has been a guessing game among economists, futurists and scholars trying to predict winners and losers.

Can A Sustainable Industry Be Built From An Invasive Species?

A landmark project on the UH Manoa campus shows the albizia tree’s potential as a building material — and the challenges of developing manufacturing in Hawaii.

Ige Assures Caldwell Of Ala Wai Flood Control Financing Plan

The latest letter in the saga over canal flood control informs city leaders that at least some dollars have been committed to the project.

Ige Calls For Reconsideration Of Water Bill

The governor says passage of the stalled measure is in the public interest but critics called it an abuse of Ige’s position.

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Tom Yamachika: Why Schools Have So Much Deferred Maintenance Lila Lee/Civil Beat

Tom Yamachika: Why Schools Have So Much Deferred Maintenance

Projects need to go through a lengthy process involving appropriation, design, bidding and construction, but a new approach is helping.

Think About The Reality Of Post-Disaster Hawaii, Then Prepare For It Earth: A Global Map of Wind, Weather, and Ocean Conditions

Think About The Reality Of Post-Disaster Hawaii, Then Prepare For It

On this Earth Day, let’s consider the many ways Hawaii should be planning for survival.

How Would Queen Liliuokalani And Father Damien Legislate?

How Would Queen Liliuokalani And Father Damien Legislate?

It’s something for Hawaii lawmakers to keep in mind as they enter the final stretch of the 2019 session.

Substandard Conditions Frustrate Orchidland Lot Owners

Substandard Conditions Frustrate Orchidland Lot Owners

Hawaii County has not met its responsibilities for roads in this rural subdivision.