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Diverse interests always seem to stymie a global organization charged with saving bluefin and bigeye tuna from overfishing.
The Pacific island nation partners with The Nature Conservancy to boost accountability and looks for lessons elsewhere — but not Hawaii.
A Civil Beat reporter catches a red-eye flight to Fiji, where hundreds of people are discussing the health of tuna populations.
A state audit has found the information on the tax credit reported by the Hawaii Film Office to be “incomplete, inflated, and insufficient.”
The state has traditionally relied on federal agencies to assist — and sometimes direct — its efforts to protect the environment.
Some near-shore waters can be heavily contaminated with fecal matter. Talks are underway about when signs should be posted.
Motorists honked in support and some of the onlookers joined the procession from Kapiolani Park to a Trump hotel.
Two tourists die in two days on the Garden Isle, one at Poipu Beach and the other at Larsen’s Beach.
Voters narrowly agreed to a measure involving excess state funds but turned down an increase in the financial threshold for jury trials.
Younger entrepreneurs have quickened the pace on Waialae Avenue, while longtime business owners try to slow things down.
With few exceptions, Democrats are winning the money game against Republican opponents in key state House and Senate races.