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Anita Hofschneider

Schatz: Pono E Hoʻōki Ka ʻAhaʻōlelo Lāhui I Ka ‘Hoʻokuli ʻAna I Nā Hemahema O Nā Poʻe ʻŌiwi’ Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Schatz: Pono E Hoʻōki Ka ʻAhaʻōlelo Lāhui I Ka ‘Hoʻokuli ʻAna I Nā Hemahema O Nā Poʻe ʻŌiwi’

ʻŌlelo mai ke kenekoa no Hawaiʻi, he manawa kūikawā ko nā Demokalaka e hoʻoponopono ai i nā kenekulia i piha i ka hoʻokae ʻili, ʻo kekahi ʻano e kō ai, aia nō ma ka hoʻolako waiwai ʻana i nā kaiāulu ʻŌiwi.

Study: Wealthy Out-Of-State Renters Are Driving The Market In Honolulu Getty Images/iStockphoto

Study: Wealthy Out-Of-State Renters Are Driving The Market In Honolulu

Short-term leases also are much more popular among people looking for rentals in Honolulu, a study shows.

Why Are More People Than Ever Receiving Food Stamps In Hawaii? Ronen Zilberman/Civil Beat/2020

Why Are More People Than Ever Receiving Food Stamps In Hawaii?

A historically high enrollment in the food stamp program is part of a broader increase in the need for public services during the pandemic.

Report Finds That Most Hospitals Aren’t Complying With Price Transparency Rules Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Report Finds That Most Hospitals Aren’t Complying With Price Transparency Rules

The findings come as President Joe Biden has proposed fining noncompliant hospitals up to $2 million annually.

Hawaii Unemployment Office Plans To Open September 7 Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2020

Hawaii Unemployment Office Plans To Open September 7

People will be able to make appointments for in-person visits three weeks ahead of Sept. 7.

After COFA Talks Stalled Under Trump, A 2023 Deadline Looms For Biden Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2020

After COFA Talks Stalled Under Trump, A 2023 Deadline Looms For Biden

The compacts with western Pacific nations take on new importance as China seeks to extend its influence in the area.

Honolulu Would Join A National Trend With A Commission On Social Justice And Equity Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Honolulu Would Join A National Trend With A Commission On Social Justice And Equity

But details would have to be worked out, such as whether such a commission would have real power.

Ua Hala Loa Ke Kumu A Me Ka Mea Hoʻouluulu ʻO Haunani-Kay Trask University of Hawaii photo/Brett Uprichard

Ua Hala Loa Ke Kumu A Me Ka Mea Hoʻouluulu ʻO Haunani-Kay Trask

Ua hala ua kanaka nei he haku mele, he mea kākau, he mea noiʻi, a he kumu ma Honolulu i ka piha ʻana o ka makahiki he 71 iā ia.