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|Hawai‘i has a child care crisis. Employers could help solve it
Setting up on-site daycare can be an expensive and difficult undertaking, but there are other creative ways that companies can help young families. Civil Beat.
Questions cast pall over lucrative Hawai‘i tourism contract
Severe staffing shortages pose ‘dangerous’ conditions at state correctional facilities
Hawai‘i voter registration reaches record levels
This group is trying to make sense of Hawai‘i’s regulatory landscape
UH scientist studies impacts of debris during tsunamis
Hawaii Business Magazine wins five national awards
Hawai‘i health officials report 2 more ‘probable’ monkeypox cases
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The Fundamentals of Land Court, Hawai‘i’s Legal “Enigma”
Many people in Hawai‘i have heard of land court, but only a few truly understand it. The Hawai‘i Land Court was established by the territorial Legislature in 1903, and is mainly a recordation system based on the Australian Torrens title system, according to a 1983 Hawai‘i Supreme Court ruling involving the estate of James Campbell… read more.
|New HPD chief Arthur ‘Joe’ Logan is sworn in privately
Honolulu’s 12th police chief took office Tuesday in an unannounced, private ceremony that surprised some city officials and prompted the police officers union to urge leadership to “commit to a culture of transparency.” Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Hawaii News Now. KHON2.
In suit, citizens group seeks to speed up timeline for emptying Red Hill tanks
City to stop accepting applications for rent and utility relief on June 30
City Council considers plan to mitigate Lanikai traffic
Kamehameha Schools is doubling preschool capacity in Heʻeia
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Recruiting Midcareer Employees In The Face Of The Great Resignation
The challenge that businesses are facing, in light of the Great Resignation, is recruitment and retention. Many businesses are benefiting from hiring midcareer employees in the Gen-X or Baby Boomer age group. Here are a few reasons… read more.
|Rodenhurst leaves county government
Public Works Director Ikaika Rodenhurst on Monday became the first top director in Mayor Mitch Roth’s Cabinet to leave county government. West Hawaii Today. Big Island Video News.
County defends Waipi‘o Valley Road closure
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Big Brothers Big Sisters Helps At-Risk Youth Achieve Their Full Potential
Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawai‘i aims to create meaningful one-to-one relationships between adults and at-risk children. Mike Hinkley was inspired to become a big brother as a way to serve his Kāne‘ohe community. He was paired with Vance four years ago and the two remain in contact weekly... read more.
|The state just took a huge step toward more oversight of West Maui’s water
In the future, the public will get to weigh in whenever the state decides how much water can be used in the newly designated area. Civil Beat. Maui Now.
Waipuilani project moves forward despite concerns
Recent SHOPO survey reveals ‘sinking’ morale in MPD since new chief takes office
|After 50 years, Kaua‘i’s Russian Fort Elizabeth park gets a new name
The state Board of Land and Natural Resources last week officially changed the name of the 17-acre park to Paulaula State Historical Site to honor a much more extensive Native Hawaiian history of the area. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Garden Island.
Fire chief Goble leaving KFD
Commission OKs Kōloa plant permits
How the Kauaʻi Police Department has reduced its staff vacancy, overtime
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