Hawaii Governor David Ige outlines plan for vaccine passports.
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|Ige details plans for a Hawai‘i vaccine passport, extends eviction moratorium
Gov. David Ige’s latest emergency proclamation said plans are underway for fully vaccinated people to avoid quarantine and COVID-19 testing by uploading vaccination documents to Safe Travels. The proclamation also extended the eviction moratorium through June 8. Civil Beat. Hawai‘i Public Radio. Hawaii News Now. KHON2.
Some businesses are facing a new challenge: hiring workers back
Automatic voter registration bill nears passage
Bans on high-capacity magazines for guns fail at Legislature
Legislation proposes hefty fines for tour buses that continue illegal activity
State ordered to pay $370K in attorney fees in Hawaiian land trust case
Hawai‘i Senate VP says Ige is “skirting” Board of Education nomination process
Hawai‘i schools report 47 new cases of COVID-19
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|Embattled police chief to retire by June 1
Honolulu Police Chief Susan Ballard said she had lost the support of the Honolulu Police Commission and Mayor Rick Blangiardi’s administration. In a video posted Friday afternoon, Ballard said she will retire by June 1. Civil Beat. Hawai‘i Public Radio. Hawaii News Now.
Some say bribes to Planning and Permitting Department helped smooth approval process
Why one developer is banking on more digital nomads coming to Hawai‘i
Bikeshare Hawaii regroups to cut costs, starts removing some stations
Permit challenges paint a grim picture for the future of a beloved O‘ahu art exhibit
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Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center provides art kits to support the mental health of children in shelters
In October, Hui No‘eau sent art kits to the Ka Hale A Ke Ola Homeless Resource Center. The deliveries continue today, with children in shelters using these kits as a way to support their mental health during a tough time…. read more.
|Council set to scrutinize budget
The County Council, sitting as the Finance Committee, is poised to take a deep dive into the county budget in hearings set for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. West Hawaii Today.
Ka‘ū dam owner is fined $7,500 for unaddressed deficiencies
Thirty Meter Telescope still on hold as it deals with pandemic, funding issues
Rent at new housing project to start at $350
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Hawai‘i Coworking Spaces Adapt to COVID-19 Crisis
When their operations were derailed by COVID-19, three coworking communities pivoted so they could keep supporting their social enterprises, entrepreneurs and startups... read more.
|Frustrated residents push back as Hawai‘i tourism resurges
Saturday’s “Take Back Our Beach” event, which called on residents to pack the beach fronting the Four Seasons and the Grand Wailea resorts, was a clear line in the sand. Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
6,441 passengers are arriving daily to Kahului
Maui County has the most California-variant cases in the state
|Bill seeks to define the types of campgrounds allowed on Kaua‘i
A bill moving to the Planning Commission outlines what a developed versus undeveloped campground is, which determines the fees that owners could charge. Garden Island.
Waipouli residents protest against acquisition of land for path
Kīkīaola Small Boat Harbor improvements begin
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