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Rowena Akana says charges against her by the state ethics commission are inaccurate and politically motivated.
The measure follows Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s efforts to buy out owners of parcels interspersed within his oceanfront estate.
The state is decades behind in awarding land to Native Hawaiians on Mauna Kea and elsewhere under the state homestead act.
More protesters were removed from an encampment near the iconic resort Wednesday as Kauai officials fend off esoteric legal claims.
A high school student was disciplined for rearranging the school flagpole to fly the Hawaiian flag above the U.S. flag.
Abigail Kawananakoa’s former lawyer claims she was abused by her wife. It’s all part of a battle over control of her $215 million trust.
The bill would limit the number of telescopes on the mountaintop and authorize the new manager to renegotiate leases and permits pertaining to the mountain.
OHA was criticized for spending millions of dollars without sufficient oversight and ignoring its own rules.
A Native Hawaii group has been camping on the site where developers are planning a $135 million project.
A recent state audit found both the chief executive, Kamana‘opono Crabbe, and trustees are responsible for misspending.
The audit found the Office of Hawaiian Affairs is spending money too loosely in a way that benefits the politically connected.
A Hawaiian consultant disputes the claims of the occupiers of a planned resort site on Kauai.