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Sterling Higa: Hawaii Politicians Could Use Lessons In The Art Of Persuasion

Leaders need to offer a vision of the future that resonates with the day-to-day experiences of people.

State Finally Gets It Right With Much Higher Fees At Public Harbors

Hawaii’s 16 small boat harbors are in desperate need of better maintenance, and users need to pay more of the cost.

Staffer Convicted In Union Vote Rigging Out At HART

UPDATED: Yamanoha’s continued employment at HART drew criticism, but rail agency officials won’t say whether he was fired or left voluntarily.

Hawaii’s Green Energy Projects Search For Ways To Navigate Community Opposition

A number of new solar and wind projects are needed on Oahu to replace the last coal-fired plant, which is scheduled to close in 2022.

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Yes, Honua Ola’s Renewable Energy Is Sustainable Honua Ola Bioenergy

Yes, Honua Ola’s Renewable Energy Is Sustainable

Biomass represents an important part of Hawaii’s renewable energy mix.

Cybersecurity Is More Important Than Ever Flickr: blogtrepreneur.com/tech

Cybersecurity Is More Important Than Ever

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and for good reason.

Honolulu Made A Big Mistake In Punishing Short-Term Rentals Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Honolulu Made A Big Mistake In Punishing Short-Term Rentals

The mayor and city council should amend Bill 89 regulations to addresses community concerns and support our visitor economy.

Hawaii Should Channel The Dynamism Of Melbourne

Hawaii Should Channel The Dynamism Of Melbourne

Unlike in this city Down Under, Hawaii does not try hard enough to engage all groups and savor differences.