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|Hawai‘i Visitors and Convention Bureau files protest over tourism contract award
The HVCB filed a protest Tuesday alleging that the Hawai‘i Tourism Authority violated state procurement when awarding its largest piece of business, the U.S. brand management and global support services contract, to the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement. Star-Advertiser.
Sea level rise intensifies debate over how Hawai‘i uses its coastlines
Lieutenant governor candidates forum is showdown over experience
Department of Hawaiian Homelands to recieve $22.3 million in federal funds
Critics: Bill aimed at expanding telehealth access could end up doing the opposite
Why so many Hawai‘i nurses want to leave the profession
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One-Fourth of Diabetes Patients Lose Limbs. These Doctors Are Trying to Prevent That
Diabetes is a dangerous disease that affects the vascular system and leads to high risks for developing cardiovascular disease, diseases of the retina and kidney, neuropathy, and lower limb amputation… read more.
|Council considering examining city hiring process to address high vacancy rate
The Honolulu City Council is considering auditing the Department of Human Resources to examine its selection and hiring process as the city faces filling about 3,000 vacant positions. There are about 11,600 total positions at the city. Star-Advertiser.
Woman dies after apparent suicide at O‘ahu jail
Honolulu police investigating more than a dozen burglaries at O‘ahu businesses
Hawai‘i teacher accused of child sex assault, child porn crimes to remain behind bars
Former Navy diver describes Red Hill contamination
Performance center to be renamed after longtime band teacher, leader
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Supporting Hawaiʻi’s Creative Economy
Through the American Rescue Plan Act, the Hawaiʻi State Foundation on Culture and the Arts (SFCA) has distributed federal funds to 41 arts and culture organizations and 20 practitioners and artists this fiscal year… read more.
|Say bye to HI-5 at Kealakehe, Waimea, Hilo transfer stations
Hawai‘i Island residents will no longer be able to redeem their HI-5 bottles and cans at three of the most popular transfer stations, and the continuation of redemption service at a fourth is uncertain, as contractors grapple with inflation, fuel price increases and a worker shortage stemming from the coronavirus pandemic. West Hawaii Today.
County offering subsidized van rentals for commuters
Judge denies county’s motion to dismiss Waipi‘o road lawsuit
Anonymous donor gives $3M to UH Hilo and LGBTQ students
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Vintage Mu‘umu‘u “Transcends Generations”
Marion Jones displays vintage dresses from her personal collection at the Mu‘umu‘u Shop and Swap. The event at Queen Emma Summer Palace helped kick off January’s Mu‘umu‘u Month, which celebrates the unique style that “trancends generations,” says Jones... read more.
|Maui County Council advances resolutions on monster house
One of the resolutions calls for a formal investigation into how the house in Napili was allowed to be built despite being in violation of numerous building codes. Civil Beat.
Hawaiʻi’s first case of rabbit disease found on Maui farm; quarantine ordered
|Kīlauea’s Hale Lea Medicine clinic may close
The Kaua‘i Community Health Alliance receives between 17,000 and 20,000 patient visits each year, providing a range of treatment to largely working-class people from the Hā‘ena to Kapa‘a. They soon may be unable to keep their doors open, their CEO says. Garden Island.
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