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The City Council should vote “no” on Bill 40 and work on a solution that involves all stakeholders.
Lots of different groups want to restore and protect the iconic Oahu wetland. They just can’t agree on how best to do it.
The Kahuku wind farm developer opposed a proposed ban on coal in Hawaii.
We need to make it a point to support small businesses that are in danger of dying.
Monday’s opinion resolves a dispute that arose in the wake of the failed NextEra-Hawaiian Electric Industries merger.
Paula Youngling is the second high-level procurement officer to leave HART in recent months.
The city blamed turnover, reduced time for training and other factors for its failure to enforce the 2019 law.
The square footage is smaller than it was just five years ago.
Updated: Honolulu police have made more than 160 arrests while assisting with the delivery of wind turbine parts for Na Pua Makani.
Opioid abuse is serious, but we can’t let it distract us from the need for new initiatives to combat by far the most tenacious drug problem in the islands.
A new business development program on Kauai aims to provide small operators with tools and resources to grow.
With ridership sliding, city officials are trying to get more butts in transit seats.
Local reelection campaign should get the president to visit Hawaii and speak to what he can do about the crisis in the islands.
Military says it’s fine but Hawaii’s top coastal management official calls the project part of a “death knell” for the islands’ beaches.
Hawaii must catch and eliminate the harmful creatures regardless of the means by which they hitchhike to our state.
Hawaii could be an early adopter of a program that has found some success in other states.
A lawsuit may be filed in 40 days.