Welcome to the Saturday evening (29 December 2018) edition of “Hawaii News Digest.” This post features a Hawaii State News summary by the “Honolulu Star-Advertiser”. Views expressed in this news review are those of the reportes and correspondents.
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Accessed on 30 December 2018, 0445 UTC, Post 18187.
The November election results showing narrow victories by City Councilman Trevor Ozawa and Senate candidate Kurt Fevella were thrown into a legal quandary late Friday when the the Hawaii Supreme Court issued orders requiring election officials to provide information sought by people challenging the results.
I keep an email file called Ocean Watch in which I save letters from readers. At the end of the year, I like to look through the collection and remember the events that prompted people to write. The following are a few of my favorites:
Hawaii’s housing shortage, which has plagued homebuyers for years, finally appears to be loosening up. The recent inventory increases are expected to continue into next year, opening more doors for buyers.
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