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The measure would prohibit sales of items containing oxybenzone, which harms coral reefs.
“The rights of the resident” trump those of commercial tour operators, the Honolulu City Council decides.
A church’s Sweethearts Banquet at the Hale Koa Hotel advertises it is open to all married couples comprised of “a man & woman by birth.”
Jill Tokuda complains that State Public Charter School Commission is the only state agency to hold its funds in private accounts.
Prematurely corroding pipes must be replaced at an estimated cost of $34.6 million, a City Council committee is told.
A few blocks from the bustle of open-air markets, the arts district gets an infusion of restaurants and other new businesses.
Some critics want a more transparent search process, others want the board to reconsider its decision to replace Matayoshi.
The downtown Honolulu park has long been the site for political and cultural events, as well as free services for the needy.
She said renaming an aquatic center after the late Mark Takai was a “disgrace,” and suggested naming it for Donald Trump instead.