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Businesses that rent from DLNR in Mapunapuna can ask for rent reductions when their leases come up for renewal.
A state board recently voted to raise the rent for public land the popular Waikiki show needs as a safety zone.
The seabird sanctuary near Niihau is home to rats that officials would like to eradicate — if they can do it safely.
Scenarios vary widely, but experts say planners shouldn’t ignore the high-end possibilities.
Wind farm operators have agreed to pay for research into the impact of their facilities on Hawaii’s endangered hoary bat.
The project could provide energy as well as irrigation needs on the island.
But critics say it’s doubtful the fishing industry will suffer much harm from the expansion of Papahanaumokuakea based on prior catch records.