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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.
Organizations created by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs will have to provide documents for an internal audit.
The last frontier of a centuries-old Hawaiian tradition is threatened from the air, from the sea, and from broken beer bottles.
The 1978 rewriting of the state constitution improved the lives of kanaka maoli. Could that happen again?
The dispute about whether a protester could testify in Hawaiian in court highlights the gap between the state’s two official languages.
The landowners request state assistance as Native Hawaiian protesters remain at the Coco Palms resort site.
A legal battle has resulted in a cutoff of Abigail Kawananakoa’s donations to charities such as Iolani Palace.
Howard Hughes Corp. seems to stay on course as it navigates burial grounds and being in the path of rail.
UPDATED: The Office of Hawaiian Affairs chairwoman says trustees are already addressing problems identified in the audit.
The 19th century home of Kauai’s last queen was later the resort where “Blue Hawaii” was filmed. Now a new resort is planned.