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This Hawaiian Language Class Is Reaching Students On The Mainland To New Zealand Courtesy: Maile Naehu/2022

This Hawaiian Language Class Is Reaching Students On The Mainland To New Zealand

For many, Hawaiian immersion education is geographically out-of-reach. A new virtual learning platform aims to make it more accessible.

Danny De Gracia: A Blueprint For OHA To ‘Better’ The Lives Of Native Hawaiians Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

Danny De Gracia: A Blueprint For OHA To ‘Better’ The Lives Of Native Hawaiians

Native Hawaiians suffer disparities in education, housing, health care and overall outcomes. OHA needs to play a bigger role in fixing that.

Anticipated Revenue Windfall Raises The Stakes In OHA Elections Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

Anticipated Revenue Windfall Raises The Stakes In OHA Elections

Six seats on OHA’s board of trustees, which oversees more than $600 million in trust funds, are up for grabs.

Group Occupying Honolulu Pot Farm Faces Deadline To Move Out Instagram

Group Occupying Honolulu Pot Farm Faces Deadline To Move Out

A judge ruled in favor of the property owners and signed an order directing police or sheriffs to remove the defendants and their supporters.

Standoff In Waipahu: Hawaiian Rights ‘Army’ Has Illegally Occupied A Private Pot Farm Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

Standoff In Waipahu: Hawaiian Rights ‘Army’ Has Illegally Occupied A Private Pot Farm

The owners of the 5-acre site intended to grow medical marijuana have a court order to remove the activists who are refusing to leave.

Will Hawaiian Voters Finally Show Up This Year? Blaze Lovell/Civil Beat/2019

Will Hawaiian Voters Finally Show Up This Year?

It has been decades since a Hawaiian candidate had a serious shot at leading the state as governor, but experts are unsure if that will translate into better Hawaiian turnout.

Report Cites Mistreatment Of Students At Native Hawaiian Boarding Schools Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2018

Report Cites Mistreatment Of Students At Native Hawaiian Boarding Schools

Hawaiians fared somewhat better than students at Indian boarding schools on the mainland, a new federal investigation shows.

Should Astronomers Be Worried About Changes At Mauna Kea? Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2019

Should Astronomers Be Worried About Changes At Mauna Kea?

The governor is considering a bill to transfer management of Hawaii’s tallest mountain from UH to a new governing authority.

UH To Lose Responsibility For Mauna Kea Under Compromise Bill Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

UH To Lose Responsibility For Mauna Kea Under Compromise Bill

A bill handing stewardship of the Big Island mountain to a new governing agency heads for a final vote.

Thousands Of Hawaiians Could Lose Phone And Internet Service Amid Bankruptcy Dispute PUC/Hawaiian Telcom/2022

Thousands Of Hawaiians Could Lose Phone And Internet Service Amid Bankruptcy Dispute

Sandwich Isles Communications has been changing locks, barricading doors and welding gates shut to keep out Hawaiian Telcom employees in a bitter feud over bankruptcy fallout.