Letter: Hawaiians risk losing support of most citizens
Over time I have seen how effective the elderly kupuna were initially used as a protective shield against law enforcement on Mauna Kea. And eventually this resistance morphed into a focal point for all past grievances.
Letter: Nuclear energy makes sense for green Hawaii
Finally, a sensible solution for our energy needs without carbon pollution (Expand use of nuclear energy to combat global warming, Star-Advertiser, Island Voices, Sept. 5) . Thanks to Capt. Frank Camelio for writing the commentary.
Letter: Yamanoha well-suited to speak for HART
Russell Yamanoha is exactly where he needs to be (Officials wait to decide Yamanohas fate, Star-Advertiser, Sept. 6) . Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation Executive Director Andrew Robbins said that Yamanoha is doing a good job at HART.
Editorial: Health careers should start here
An inaugural health care workforce study sizing up the non-physician job supply found concerning gaps in various counts of workers with skill sets needed to meet demand for services. Statewide, there are more than 2,200 job openings in hospitals and health care facilities that are taking as long as a year to fill.
Ala Moana park looking better
The city is continuing to make strides in making over Ala Moana Regional Park. Standing in front of a recently renovated bathhouse, Mayor Kirk Caldwell, on Thursday, pointed to upgrades in the works, including the repaving of Ala Moana Park Drive, at a cost of just over $1 million. It remains unclear, though, whether the master plan for the Peoples Park will be fully executed as envisioned.
Letter: Honor Queen Emma, keep aloha at QMC
Wow! I applaud Dr. Mihae Yu for her strength and courage to speak up against the 10-ton gorilla (Mismanagement at Queens driving physicians out of Hawaii, Star-Advertiser, Island Voices, Sept. 5).
Plans for new stadium taking shape
Incrementally constructing the new Aloha Stadium on the site of the present facility while tearing down the old one is among three preliminary concept options laid out in a just-released report for the Stadium Authority.
Aloha Stadium redevelopment options
Where the present stadium sits:
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