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|Missing master keys lead to an expensive security fiasco at the state Capitol building
In an expensive security fiasco at the state Capitol, state lawmakers are spending $250,000 to change every lock in their offices because master keys have gone missing. Hawaii News Now.
Hawai‘i lawmakers seek to rein in unpaid internships
Judge denies request by Hawaiian Airlines employees to halt vaccine mandate
‘You need to protect it’: Lawmakers renew efforts to strengthen coffee labeling requirements
Lawmakers weighing tougher criminal penalties for assaults of retail workers
Hawai‘i bill looks to outlaw small complimentary toiletries at hotels
Project Reset: Lawmakers push for program that gives criminals a second chance
New NOAA satellite to monitor weather in Hawai‘i region
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How Collaboration Creates New Ideas and Projects
Ideas on how the right blend of collaboration, mentorship, infrastructure and information sharing can turn Hawai‘i into a more creative, innovative and prosperous place. “It’s important to look at your network and outside of that to see who would be willing to help… read more.
|Feds take Hawai‘i to court over Red Hill defueling order
The federal government is taking Hawai‘i to court over its emergency order requiring the Navy to drain its massive, underground fuel tanks at Red Hill, filing appeals in state and federal courts on Wednesday that argue the state overstepped its authority when it tried to shutter the aging fuel farm that has contaminated O‘ahu’s groundwater. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Hawaii Public Radio. Hawaii News Now.
Top EPA official visits Hawaiʻi to oversee Navy flushing process and ensure accurate water sampling
Honolulu Police Department releases summary report on 2020 Hibiscus Drive killings
State approves 390-unit affordable housing development in Kapolei
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Accredo Expands Specialty Pharmacy Services to Hawaiʻi
Patients and physicians in Hawaiʻi now have another pharmacy option for specialty medications. Accredo, a full-service specialty pharmacy, has been serving patients from their Honolulu location since 2019… read more.
|Bill aims to speed up lease extension approvals in Kanoelehua Industrial Area
With some Hilo business owners having a hard time getting their leases of state land extended, a bill in the state Legislature seeks to cut the Board of Land and Natural Resources out of the process entirely. Tribune-Herald.
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Do’s and Don’ts of Using Grandparents for Child Care
Several of the working parents we interviewed say their relationships with their parents and in-laws improved when the older relatives helped with their keiki. But parents caution against taking older relatives’ help lightly and to recognize the trade-offs that grandparents must make... read more.
|Maui Police Commission suggests salary bump for Chief from $158,000 to $205,000
The Maui Police Commission voted unanimously to recommend a $47,000 bump in pay for the Maui Police Chief. The recommendation requests an increase in pay from the current $158,851 to $205,000 (+29%) as a new base salary. Maui Now. Hawaii News Now.
State to investigate as Maui residents, mansion owner clash over shoreline access
Days after getting evictions, Lana‘i teachers are told they can stay in state-run housing
|How this Kaua‘i community is benefiting from hosting the island’s landfill
The west Kaua‘i community has received more than $2 million through a benefits fund that residents have used for solar projects, youth sports and more. Civil Beat.
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