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.
Each generation is defined by experiences and culture that are simply not shared by the generations that come before or after. It’s our job to seek some common ground.
Dozens of people are dead, including many children, of a disease that is easily preventable with vaccinations.
We need to make it a point to support small businesses that are in danger of dying.
The homeless encampment at Waianae Boat Harbor has a plan to build a permanent community and they deserve support from the more fortunate.
Native Hawaiians, not environmentalists, should be the ones making decisions on how a sacred area like the marsh should be managed.