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Civil Beat’s New IDEAS Section Is About Helping Hawaii Move Forward Getty Images/iStockphoto

Civil Beat’s New IDEAS Section Is About Helping Hawaii Move Forward

Recent crises like the pandemic, social justice issues and climate change, among many others, call for new thinking and new ideas.

Chad Blair: How I Survived 10 Years At Civil Beat Tina Yuen

Chad Blair: How I Survived 10 Years At Civil Beat

Reflections on a reporter-host’s first year on the job.

Hawaii’s Media Is Surviving On Federal Assistance And Community Support Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Hawaii’s Media Is Surviving On Federal Assistance And Community Support

News outlets, struggling before the pandemic, are dealing with huge ad revenue losses and some are slashing workers’ hours.

Civil Beat DC Reporter Wins National Award Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Civil Beat DC Reporter Wins National Award

Nick Grube’s reporting on U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard was cited by judges as exemplary.

Civil Beat Gets A New Reporter To Cover Veterans, Military Issues

Civil Beat Gets A New Reporter To Cover Veterans, Military Issues

Some 225 journalists were selected this week to work in local newsrooms as part of the Report for America initiative.

Civil Beat: Check Out Our Upgraded Comment System

Civil Beat: Check Out Our Upgraded Comment System

New user features should make commenting a more rewarding experience.

Fault Lines: Bridging The Growing Disconnect In Hawaii

Fault Lines: Bridging The Growing Disconnect In Hawaii

It’s time to have a long talk about what’s going on in Hawaii these days. We’re convening a far-reaching community conversation on how to move forward despite our differences.

Why Civil Beat Fought For Teacher Discipline Records Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Why Civil Beat Fought For Teacher Discipline Records

It’s important that the public know and understand how the state Department of Education handles teacher misconduct especially when it involves vulnerable children.

Our Neighborhood Haiku Poetry Contest Is Off To Great Start

Our Neighborhood Haiku Poetry Contest Is Off To Great Start

Readers from more than 50 ZIP codes throughout Hawaii have shared their five-line poems about where they live.