Group opposed to TMT project marches to UH-Manoa president’s home.
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HONOLULU — In the ongoing protest over a giant telescope planned for Maunakea, a group marched to the state university system president’s home.
A motion to recuse a judge in the trial for a 21-year-old man accused of sexually assaulting an elderly woman in 2019 at a Kawaihae campground will be heard early next month.
WAILUKU — Employees of the Royal Lahaina Resort on Maui will have to apply for jobs once new operators of the hotel take over later this year.
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The Hawaii ‘Ulu Cooperative is one step closer to expanding operations that will increase production 10-fold at the Honalo facility.
Hawaiian Electric has plans for more renewable energy options to be available on the Big Island within the next decade.
Ghosts and ghouls can walk among the living on Halloween, as long as they avoid large groups and interpersonal contact, said state and county officials.
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