More than 30 newsroom staffers have lost their jobs at Hawaii’s biggest newspaper in the past year amid ongoing contract negotiations.
The Honolulu-based company on Friday laid off two prominent columnists and eight other editorial employees.
The islands’ biggest media outlet has been a conspicuous no show in the Society of Professional Journalists’ annual competition.
The criminal trial of the Big Island mayor demonstrates why reporters shouldn’t cross the line between journalism and politics.
A management-union dispute leads to the rescinding of a second voluntary buyout offer at Honolulu’s daily newspaper.
The looming job cuts at the Honolulu Star-Advertiser underscore the struggle to boost digital revenue as print ads fall off.