Marine and Wildlife officials are asking boaters to watch out for mother and calf humpback whales in Hawaii waters.
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|NOAA warns boaters about humpbacks in Hawai‘i waters
Wildlife officials are asking boaters to watch out for an abundance of mother and calf humpback whale pairs in the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary and nearby waters. Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Hawaii News Now. KHON2.
More public school students are heading back to campus
Youth sports can resume if masks are worn, according to DOH guidelines
Hawai‘i is working on a system to let vaccinated travelers skip quarantine
Lt. Gov. vows to remain a doctor despite House bill banning second jobs
Lawmakers eye stiffer penalties for illegal fireworks
Judge rules Bristol-Myers, Sanofi must pay Hawai‘i $834M over Plavix
U.S. spike in deaths surpassed official COVID-19 counts, but not in Hawai‘i
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20 for the Next 20: Vincent Kimura
Vincent Kimura’s life has been shaped by mentors at every turn. After earning his MBA at the Thunderbird School of Global Management in Arizona, he joined one of the mentors he met at the Pacific Basin Economic Council, Bernice Glenn, to start Inovi Green, a Hawai‘i-based company focused on renewable energy… read more.
|Land Board approves Ala Moana beach nourishment plan
The City of Honolulu’s application to add sand to the beach at Ala Moana Regional Park was approved Friday by the state Board of Land and Natural Resources. Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
Court orders sale of Miske-owned tuna longliner
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More Team Creativity? First, Look at Safety
Why do people hold back from sharing their thoughts and ideas in a team meeting? Harvard Business School professor Amy Edmondson would say the team lacks psychological safety. Psychological safety is a belief that you… read more.
|Soldiers help clear Maka‘eo walking and jogging path
Over the weekend, active-duty soldiers with the O‘ahu-based U.S. Army 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division performed maintenance work on the overgrown path at the old Kona Airport park and the site’s main anchialine pond. West Hawaii Today.
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The CHANGE Event Series Returns
This year, we reprise our CHANGE Event Series and hear from voices across the Islands – from Kaua‘i to Hawai‘i Island, we are inviting change makers to join us as attendees and panelists. CHANGE is our shared kuleana throughout all of Hawai‘i.
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|Hawaiian Electric in Maui County reached 50% renewable energy for 2020
For the first time, the county hit the 50% mark in its renewable portfolio, which includes a mix of solar, wind and biofuels. Maui Now.
Out-of-state visitors to Wai‘anapanapa State Park will need reservations starting March 1
Wailea hotel is now scheduled to open in April
|Comments wanted on proposals for $50K economic diversification grants
The county’s Office of Economic Development is fielding public comments through Feb. 22 on proposals for 10 Innovation Grants. Among the projects being considered are a vertical, environment-controlled farming facility, mental health training, and a land-based coral nursery. Garden Island.
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