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Native Hawaiian activists sharply criticized their actions, but not everyone agrees on how best to respond to members of the obscure “Polynesian Kingdom of Atooi.”
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs says the annual cap of $15.1 million is too low and that state agencies should do a better job reporting their revenues.
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights reversed its 12-year-old opposition, and now supports providing Native Hawaiians similar status to Native American tribes.
The action by Abigail Kawananakoa’s legal team comes during a court battle over her capacity to make decisions about her fortune.
The Thirty Meter Telescope can take Hawaii and the world to the farthest reaches of the universe.
The longest-serving OHA trustee faces allegations of ethics violations while also waging a re-election fight.
Up for grabs are three OHA at-large seats, as well as seats representing Maui and Oahu.
Robin Danner and her son, Garrett, were arrested Wednesday after a confrontation when authorities tried to evict a former caretaker at Kumu Camp.
A residential development is on hold while a developer devises a plan for the iwi — 12 years after the state warned the city of their possible presence.
The jobless rate for Native Hawaiians was only 4 percent in 2017 but they continue to have higher-than-average poverty rates.