Hawaii State News, Friday evening, 25 May 2018


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“Hawaii Business Magazine”, 25 May 2018.

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Here are today’s top Hawaii State news from “Hawaii Business Magazine”, published in Honolulu, Hawaii.  Views expressed in this news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.

TOP STORIES
Canceled N. Korea summit may leave Hawaii vulnerable to attack
President Donald Trump’s decision Thursday to cancel his summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un was more than just a blow to peace in the Korean Peninsula. Star-Advertiser.

Poll: Tulsi Gabbard is Hawaii’s most popular politician 
Only former President Obama gets higher marks than the Hawaii congresswoman. Civil Beat.

Voters ready for constitutional change?
It has been four decades since Hawaii held a constitutional convention. This November, voters will have the opportunity to decide if they wish to hold another one. A solid majority of those surveyed support the idea of holding the first such event in 40 years. Civil Beat.

Solid tourism gains in typically slow month of April
April is a traditionally off-peak travel time, however, Hawaii hotels statewide reported solid increases in revenue per available room, average daily rate and room occupancy, according to the Hawaii Hotel Performance Report issued by the Hawaii Tourism Authority. Maui Now.

New-vehicle registrations hit the brakes in the first quarter
After seven years of growing Hawaii auto sales, the state could see a decline this year. New-vehicle registrations in the state fell 4.3% in the first quarter and are projected to drop in 2018.Star-Advertiser.

Schatz co-sponsors bill to protect newspaper industry
U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz is co-sponsoring a bill to suspend newly imposed tariffs on Canadian newsprint that is driving up business costs for domestic newspapers, book publishers and commercial printers. Star-Advertiser.

DOH warns of elevated bacteria levels at 3 beaches across the state
Beachgoers are being advised of elevated levels of the bacteria enterococci at Lanikai Beach on Oahu, Kepuhi beach on Kauai, and Cove Park on Maui. Hawaii News Now. 

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