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|Hawai‘i gubernatorial candidates Green, Aiona clash over abortion in debate
Lt. Gov. Josh Green and former Lt. Gov. James “Duke” Aiona sparred Wednesday night over the issues of abortion and whether to legalize recreational marijuana in their first televised debate to help decide who will become Hawai‘i’s next governor. Star-Advertiser. KHON2.
Reluctant standards commission proposes term limits for Hawai‘i lawmakers
Hawai‘i veterans say VA bureaucracy is hampering access to health care
HTA contract extended 6 months as dispute nears resolution
First-ever conference prepares Department of Education staff for safety crisis
Hawai‘i lawmakers urge Kaiser to resolve strike, improve mental health care
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These 5 Women Are Changing the Face of Real Estate Development
Christine Camp, Laura Kodoma, Cayenne Pe‘a, Karen Seddon and Michelle Swartman are proving that it’s not a man’s world anymore. They bring a different and valuable perspective, and have realized that the best way for others to join them is for women to support women… read more.
|Honolulu ballot proposal would steer money to affordable housing
Proponents of a measure to dedicate money to Honolulu’s housing fund see it as an opportunity to help solve O‘ahu’s affordable housing shortage. Critics, meanwhile, say there are better ways to achieve that goal: chiefly by following the standard budgeting process in which the City Council decides how to spend money each year. Civil Beat.
City council appoints building lobbyist to planning commission
Taxpayers will fund legal defense for officers accused of chasing car that crashed, failing to render aid
Liquor control executives deny culture of retaliation, calling allegations ‘baseless’
One month in, improvements seen under Waikīkī ‘Safe and Sound’ initiative
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Bringing Women Leaders into the Circle
Wāhine Pō’ai, a leadership program for female executive directors of Hawai’i nonprofits, aims to empower through peer connection. “At a certain point, I realized that all of these new executive directors were women who were in this position for the first time… read more.
|Mauna Loa summit backcountry closed after increased seismic activity
Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park officials have closed the Mauna Loa summit backcountry because of increased seismic activity but say an eruption is not imminent. Star-Advertiser. Big Island Video News. Big Island Now. Hawaii News Now.
Lawmakers OK resolution calling for relocation of HCCC
Council passes bill aimed at removing abandoned vehicles
Council endorses Keauhou Bay land purchase
UH Hilo enrollment dips again
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|Maui sees decline in visitors at end of busy summer season
In the last month of a bustling summer that prompted airport officials to try and cut down on wait times, a total of 265,410 visitors arrived on Maui Island and spent $472.9 million, according to recent reports by the state and Hawai‘i Tourism Authority. Maui News.
Maui median home price in September rises to $1,025,000, up 3% from same time
|Kaua‘i council approves first-of-its-kind sea level rise bill
With a unanimous county council vote, Kaua‘i is set to become one of the first counties in the nation to regulate construction based on future sea level rise projections. Garden Island.
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