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There are more than 1,000 trademarks using the term, raising broader questions about protecting Native Hawaiian intellectual property.
Waianae Coast cultural practitioners have long battled for the public’s right to visit parts of a military reservation.
Sam King has the most cash on hand in the Oahu race, while Rowena Akana has the most in the at-large contest.
None of the three incumbents — Lei Ahu Isa, Rowena Akana and John Waihee IV — reported spending any money this year and two are in debt.
In the race for money, Esther Kia‘aina and Sam Wilder King II are winning.
A judge delayed deciding whether to include a new board of directors for Abigail Kawananakoa’s charity in the battle for control of her $215 million trust.
A new board of directors for Princess Abigail Kawananakoa’s charity wants to be included in ongoing battle for control of her trust.
Created out of the idealism of the 1970s Hawaiian Renaissance, the Office of Hawaiian Affairs has been bogged down by scandal and infighting.
Peter Apo is leaving the Office of Hawaiian Affairs board, setting up a seven-way race to replace him.
Opponents say a state appeals judge had a conflict of interest when she granted a permit for the project.
A state audit said Office of Hawaiian Affairs trustees used their $22,200 per year personal allowances for questionable purposes.