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|Russian spy ship in international waters off Kaua‘i results in postponed missile test
The planned test could be for an SM-6 missile intercept of a replicated cruise or ballistic missile threat. An official said yesterday that the test was delayed because the U.S. didn’t want the Russian vessel to “collect on” the effort. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. KITV4.
Pride of America to resume isle cruises in November
Hawai‘i economic recovery is picking up speed
Vacation rental occupancy continues to exceed hotel stays
Some Hawai‘i farms want to keep feeding locals, even as tourism returns
Most of Hawai‘i’s recent COVID-19 cases are from “variants of concern”
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Two Maui Watermen Unleash the Foilboard
Foilboarding has been around for nearly a decade, but it took a conversation between two Maui watermen for the technology to truly take off. Waterman Kai Lenny wanted a foilboard that could be ridden without a kite or tow boat and, instead, use the ocean as his engine… read more.
|Mayor Rick Blangiardi is working on modifications to Tier 4
O‘ahu could be moving to the less-restrictive Tier 4 of its reopening plan in a few days, pending the mayor’s submission of a proposal for approval by the governor. Star-Advertiser.
“It’s disappointing”: Blangiardi wants answers from HPD
Judge orders release of complete footage from Nu‘uanu shooting
Effort to protect key O‘ahu farmland paused for legal review
New $160M state hospital facility in Kāne‘ohe set to accept patients in August
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|Kīlauea has stopped erupting after months of producing new lava
The volcano, which has been erupting at its summit crater since December, has paused over the past two days, according to USGS scientists. Hawai‘i Public Radio. Big Island Video News. Hawaii News Now.
Perreira appeals fire chief selection, says process wasn’t “fair and transparent”
Hawai‘i Island Paddlesports Association, Kona Sailing Club leases in question
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New Program Will Help Women Entrepreneurs Rise
Central Pacific Bank Foundation is launching an accelerator program for women entrepreneurs. The 10-week program includes workshops designed for women entrepreneurs to hone financial management, marketing and leadership skills. Participants will also receive a host of benefits... read more.
|Bill to pause hotel permits advances
A Maui County Council committee voted to recommend approval of a bill that would place a moratorium on building permits for visitor accommodations. The proposal now heads to full council. Maui News.
Country Market at Waikapū to open at former Maui Tropical Plantation store
Officials investigate suspicious deaths of 2 monk seals on Moloka‘i
|Council hears residents’ budget concerns
On Wednesday, residents again expressed concerns that the upcoming 2022 Capital Improvement Projects budget lacks more avenues for waste diversion. Garden Island.
COVID-19 restrictions remain in state parks
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