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|Federal agents stop cyberattack targeting Hawai‘i undersea communications cable
The servers of a private O‘ahu company responsible for managing a trans-Pacific undersea cable that connects Hawai‘i and the Pacific region were targeted by an international hacking group, according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Star-Advertiser. Big Island Now. Hawaii News Now. KITV4.
Illegal fishing surfaces as a top threat to maritime, food security
Local fishermen and women on the hook for high costs as seafood prices continue to rise
Hawaiian Electric’s 2021-22 sustainability report details renewable energy progress
About one-third of donations affiliated with Milton Choy have been returned
Questions raised over Kai Kahele’s job with Hawaiian Airlines
Fight to lower legal limit for drunk driving in Hawai‘i hits roadblock
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Mainland and Foreign Buyers had Big Impact on Maui in 2021
Local buyers on Maui only accounted for 64% of all home sales last year: 1,876 of the 2,948 single-family homes and condos that changed hands on the Valley Isle. The percentages for local buyers on Maui were below the statewide numbers. Statewide in 2021, local buyers bought 76% of all single-family homes and condominiums… read more.
|Short-term rental rules up for final vote at City Council
The proposed rules, which were introduced at the request of Mayor Rick Blangiardi, notably would increase the required minimum stay at short-term rentals to three months from the current 30 days. Star-Advertiser. Hawai‘i Public Radio. Hawaii News Now.
Hawai‘i Pacific University’s bold financial moves seem to be paying off
Army to conduct controlled burn to reduce wildfire threat
Police misconduct records lawsuit costs Honolulu taxpayers another $83,000
Third lawsuit filed against city alleging Honolulu police caused crash
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|Unknown if property tax relief is on the horizon
It remains to be seen whether Mayor Mitch Roth’s administration will be able to provide property tax relief while still balancing its budget, officials told the County Council on Tuesday. West Hawaii Today.
Queen’s hospital nurses on Hawai’i Island paid nearly 20% less than Oʻahu counterparts
Millions in state CIP funds released for Big Island projects
Katherine Kealoha won’t be taking the witness stand to testify against her brother
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From Kona’s Natural Energy Lab, Hatch Invests in Aquaculture Startups Around the Globe
The global accelerator Hatch uses its Kona branch as part of its mission to reduce the footprint of farmed and alternative seafood. Co-founder and partner Wayne Murphy calls Hatch the world’s first aquaculture accelerator. “There’s an amazing array of aquaculture technologies... read more.
|Deer woes return for local farmers as Maui County drought intensifies
For the third straight month, Maui County rain gauges were below half of what’s average, and some local farmers are seeing the impacts. Maui Now.
$6M in funds released for Maui CIP projects in February and March
|Kauaʻi voters will get new election notification postcards after some got the wrong ones
Kauaʻi voters received postcards last week which were supposed to contain information about the upcoming primary and general midterm elections. Hawai‘i Public Radio.
Kaua‘i deputy police chief stopped at airport after issued firearm found in carry-on bag
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