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Hawaii Judiciary Launches Virtual Series On Racial Inequity

The series will feature sessions on data and criminal justice, implicit bias training and webinars related to the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Auditor: State Agriculture Agency Is Failing To Fulfill Mission

After 25 years, the Agribusiness Development Corp. hasn’t helped Hawaii re-fashion former sugar and pineapple plantations into viable economic engines, audit says.

New Boulder Barriers Aim To Protect Monk Seals From Illegal Off-Roading

Trucks disrupting seals resting on the sand have been a problem for years at Wawamalu. The new barriers aim to stop that.

No More ‘Gifts Of Aloha’ For State Lawmakers

A ban on food items and other items of nominal value affects state officials and the business of lobbyists.


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Lee Cataluna: How One Company Is Going The Extra Mile To Help Its Working Parents Courtesy Unlimited Construction

Lee Cataluna: How One Company Is Going The Extra Mile To Help Its Working Parents

Unlimited Construction has turned its Kauai workplace into a distance learning facility for employees’ kids.

How COVID-19 Could Be Much Worse In 2021 Cory Lum/Civil Beat

How COVID-19 Could Be Much Worse In 2021

Policymakers need to do more to prepare for a mutated virus.