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The world has stopped seeming familiar as we battle the slow-moving threat of COVID-19.
We’ve never seen anything like this pandemic, but through fires, floods and volcanos, we’ve always looked out for each other.
Hawaii sorely misses the type of leadership, political wisdom and courage that former Gov. John Burns exhibited.
Social media is bolstering political activism and allowing Native Hawaiians to control their own narrative.
Hawaiians should organize a mass voting effort by using the same social media networks that made movements over the past year so powerful.
State lawmakers shouldn’t create a special commission to resolve Native Hawaiian issues if it’s just a poorly veiled cover for finding a solution for Mauna Kea.
The state Attorney General’s latest action to subpoena a nonprofit’s bank records borders on a dangerous abuse of power.
Thousands are expected to rally for the Legislature’s opening day with a strong push to get out the vote.
With climate change exacerbating wildfires in the islands, we need to come together as a community and take action now.
The Thursday deadline set by law enforcement for protesters to leave the mountain or get arrested is unnecessary — and counterproductive.
This crime wave is not just a violation of law in the western sense, but a violation of the very tenets of Hawaii’s culture and community.
Rather than celebrating a ban on single-use plastic containers, environmentalists should step up to help small businesses affected by the new regulations.