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Though the nonprofit typically relies on grants, Aloha Harvest is looking to the city of Honolulu in hopes of a contract.
A legal battle over a landslide and sewer line break in the Nuuanu Valley is one example of the unstable ground many people live on.
Tiny Mokauea Island is threatened by pollution and rising sea levels, while the handful of residents face uncertainty about their long-term lease with the state.
After a year of negotiations, Councilman Brandon Elefante, the bill’s author, is hopeful it will be approved Wednesday.
A state board recently voted to raise the rent for public land the popular Waikiki show needs as a safety zone.
Should the public be allowed to see what information is going into public policy decisions?
Many longtime residents can still remember when private organizations barred Asian-Americans. Now the divide is between locals and outsiders.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell should be working to pull people together to solve the rail issue. Instead, he’s pointing fingers — and not at himself.
Elections are underway for members of the island’s 33 volunteer advisory panels.
Residents are frustrated by the long wait to start a $3.12 million repair job on the damaged gym, which was a “safe haven” for kids.
Making local produce more available can feed the stomachs and nurture the cultures of Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders.