According to the U.S. Bureau of the Census, Hawaii’s population is growing at a slow pace.
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|Hawai‘i population grows but at a slower pace, census finds
The state’s population grew 7% over the past decade — to just over 1.4 million people — retaining its ranking as 40th largest, according to the 2020 census released Monday. Hawai‘i will keep its U.S. House seats but expects delay in redistricting. Civil Beat. Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Hawai‘i Public Radio. Hawaii News Now.
Bill that would allow 99-year leases of public lands is poised for approval
Tobacco trust fund is targeted by state lawmakers
The state is pushing to vaccinate younger residents, now driving the infection rate
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Tips for Remote Workplaces
Michal Anne Rogondino, the founder and CEO of Rocket Communications, has been managing her team of more than 40 people, across 15 states, remotely from Hawai‘i for more than 20 years. Here are her tips for managing a remote workforce… read more.
|Blangiardi administration and state lawmakers reach agreement on EMS transfer
A proposal to transfer Oʻahu’s emergency services system from the state to the city is moving forward at the Legislature. Although city officials were surprised at first, the mayor believes shifting responsibility will improve ambulance services on the island. Hawai‘i Public Radio.
EPA sues bankrupt O‘ahu Sugar Co. over pesticide dumping in Waipi‘o
Bulk of $63,000 from the Kealoha home sale goes to uncle
Alleged crime boss says he’s being thwarted from preparing a defense
Families left scrambling after state orders shutdown of Hau‘ula assisted living facility
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Easing stress and anxiety related to the coronavirus
Many employees are understandably experiencing feelings of uncertainty and stress during the pandemic. You can help them cope with anxiety about COVID-19 with resources designed to support workforce mental health… read more.
|Hilo Medical Center is ending its mass vaccination clinics
The center is winding down vaccination efforts as demand begins to wane. Tribune-Herald.
New PTA commander to oversee lease retention negotiations
Officers crack down at Kehena Beach
North Kona sewer pump project moving forward
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Maui Varieties LTD. / House Mart Inducted into Hawaiʻi Small Business Hall of Fame
Maui Varieties was founded in 1934 by Shikano Kamitaki and is now run by four of her grandchildren: Paul Mizoguchi, Wayne Kamitaki, Lynn Ushijima and Guy Kamitaki. They are working now to pass the family business to the next generation... read more.
|Plan for dozens of luxury condos in South Maui spurs backlash
The price tag for each of the 57 units is expected to reach $3.6 million, and developers predict 90% will be sold to part-time residents. KITV4.
New problems arise at closed West Maui beach park
Maui is no longer safe for Hawai‘i’s endangered birds, biologists say
|State allocates $223M for Kaua‘i projects
The capital improvement project funds are in the final version of the state budget that passed out of the Senate and House conference committee on April 19. Garden Island.
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