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|Hawai‘i Gov. Josh Green pledges $100M to fight climate change
Gov. Josh Green kicked off Hawai‘i’s Climate Action Week on Monday pledging to dedicate $100 million of the state’s $1.9 billion budget surplus to address climate change. Star-Advertiser. Hawaii News Now. KHON2.
Pair of Hawai‘i lawmakers push for poker and sports betting
Proposal would increase public funding for Hawai‘i campaigns
1st Native Hawaiian woman nominated to lead DLNR facing opposition
Hawai‘i agency is racing ‘against the clock’ to build new preschools
‘Firework zones’ eyed following noisy, dangerous start to 2023
Industry Outlook 2023
Hawaii Business asked companies to provide our readers with an assessment of their industry in the coming year. The information provides a glimpse into the opportunities and challenges facing each one….. read more.
|Eddie Aikau surf contest set to begin Wednesday on O‘ahu
More than 20,000 people are likely to descend upon Waimea Bay on Wednesday as a giant North Shore swell is expected to allow “The Eddie” big-wave surf contest to run for only the 10th time in some 40 years. Star-Advertiser. Hawaii Public Radio.Hawaii News Now. KITV4.
Real property tax assessment appeals deadline draws near
Hawai‘i kids ‘connect these dots’ to understand climate change
$50K grant allows for upgrades to a tiny home community in Kapolei
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Kamehameha Schools’ commitment to creating resilient communities extends to the types of retailers operating within its commercial real estate properties. Striking the right balance between the number of national and local brands makes for a thriving retail center….. read more.
|Covid hospitalizations rise: HMC sees ‘typical bump’ in infections after holiday season
Over the holidays, Hilo Medical Center saw a bump in Covid-19 hospitalizations, increasing from a daily average of between five and seven patients to 18 patients on Monday. Tribune-Herald.
BLNR to consider bag limit increases for feral pigs
Annual Point-In-Time Count slated Jan. 23 to 27
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Hawai‘i and U.S. housing markets to slow further in first half of 2023, economists say
After two years of rapid growth, Hawai‘i can expect to see a gradual reduction in interest rates, a slowdown in dropping sales, and a leveling off — or maybe even a decline — in prices..... read more.
|Council member: Body cam video of Larry Ellison traffic stop shows no one ‘above the law’
Billionaire Larry Ellison was pulled over last year for a variety of traffic violations on Lanai, the island he owns. Hawaii News Now.
Pending lawsuit over vote counting protocols keeps major Maui County Council seat vacant
Maui Arts & Cultural Center to host The Doobie Brothers in concert on May 2
MEO Head Start application period for 2023-24 opens Feb. 1
|Senator Mike Gabbard to pitch ‘Green Amendment’ to Kaua‘i
Hawai‘i State Senator Mike Gabbard (D-20) will join the Kaua‘i Climate Action Form for its latest virtual monthly meeting, scheduled for this week. Gabbard, who is chairman of the Hawai‘i Senate Agriculture & Environmental Committee, will be joined by activist Maya van Rossum. Kauai Now.
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