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This is a life-and-death issue in a state surrounded by ocean that has one of the country’s highest drowning rates.
The city Department of Parks and Recreation is seeking public input on new regulations that are a welcome step toward better park management.
The U.S. Navy is willing to go slow and cheap when it comes to averting an environmental catastrophe on Oahu.
The Honolulu City Council is rightly considering legislation that would require mufflers on revamped vehicles.
The protesters of TMT, Sherwoods and Kahuku have made their points. But it’s time to move forward.
Hawaii’s 16 small boat harbors are in desperate need of better maintenance, and users need to pay more of the cost.
Bill 37 offers unsupported justifications to favor organized labor over nonunion general contractors.
Let’s have a serious discussion about levying “green fees” and “eco-taxes” on tourists to preserve the place we all love.
Taxpayers have the right to know why and how their money is being spent on a mysterious federal criminal defense.
The four members appointed by lawmakers rarely show up, weakening promised legislative oversight on a project that is wildly over budget.