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Hawai‘i Companies Attend 2017 Tokyo International Gift Show

Seventy-three companies represented Hawai‘i at the 2017 Tokyo International Gift Show, which was held Sept. 6 through 8, 2017, at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center.

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DLNR Announces 2018 Lana‘i Deer Hunting Season 

The Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) will have application forms for the 2018 Lana‘i axis deer hunting season available at all DOFAW offices statewide beginning Monday, Oct. 2, 2017. 

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DLNR Announces 2018 Lana‘i Deer Hunting Season

The Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) will have application forms for the 2018 Lana‘i axis deer hunting season available at all DOFAW offices statewide beginning Monday, Oct. 2, 2017.  Applications will also be available online. A $10 fee will be assessed per application and it must accompany the... Read more »

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Condo Rentals in Hawai‘i Go Pink

Condominium Rentals Hawai‘i will paint their website pink in October and donate a portion of proceeds from bookings during the month to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. 

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Ask the Mayor: When Will Plumbing at Kokua Pool Be Fixed?

The county placed two portable toilets there but there is no changing area.

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Ask the Mayor: Can Lahaina Train Tracks Be Removed?

The intersection where the train tracks run is deteriorating very rapidly.

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Ask the Mayor: Who Decides Which Roads Get Repaved?

I would like to know who makes the decision of which roads need resurfacing in priority order.

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Hawai‘i Judiciary Employees Honored

First Circuit Court Judge Virginia Lea Crandall was presented with the 2017 Jurist of the Year award by Chief Justice Mark E. Recktenwald, at the Hawai‘i State Judiciary’s 2017 Statewide Incentive Awards Ceremony on Sept. 22.

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Hawai‘i Companies Attend 2017 Tokyo International Gift Show

Seventy-three companies represented Hawai‘i at the 2017 Tokyo International Gift Show, which was held Sept. 6 through 8, 2017, at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center.

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North Kona Emergency Water Restriction Continues

County urges continued public cooperation to prevent lapses in water service.

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Hawai‘i Island Firefighters Contain 1,600-Acre Ka‘ū Blaze

Hawai‘i Island firefighters finally contained a large brush fire along the coastline between Waikapuna Bay and Na‘alehu town in the Ka‘ū District.

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Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park Announces October Events

The park is seeking volunteers for its Stewardship at the Summit program.

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Hawai‘i Red Cross Volunteers Deploy to Puerto Rico

In response to the three back-to-back hurricanes—Harvey, Irma and Maria—15 Hawai‘i Red Cross volunteers from Hawai‘i have deployed.

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Obituary Notices: Sept. 17-23, 2017

Obituary Notices: Sept. 17-23, 2017

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Maui Obituaries: Week of Sept. 24, 2017

May they rest in peace. Maui Obituaries: Week of Sept. 24, 2017

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Hawai‘i Red Cross Volunteers Deploy to Puerto Rico

In response to the three back-to-back hurricanes—Harvey, Irma and Maria—eight Hawai‘i Red Cross volunteers from Maui have deployed.

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Farm Fest and Open House at Kona Coffee Living History Farm

The free public event will be held in Captain Cook on Saturday, Sept. 30.

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All-Women Group Donates Supplies to Child & Family Service on Moloka‘i

100 personal hygiene bags and 71 pairs of slippers were collected and donated to Child & Family Service on Moloka‘i to benefit foster children in need.

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1,000th Sea Turtle Released at Tavares Beach

On Friday, NOAA Fisheries released the 1,000th sea turtle (honu) that was rescued and rehabilitated in Hawai‘i at Tavares Beach on Maui's North Shore.

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Statewide Public Meetings for Commercial Marine License Fee Increase

The proposed rule amendment would increase the annual commercial marine license fees from $50/year to $100/year initially, then to $150/year on Jan. 1, 2018.

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Fairmont Kea Lani Announces New Director of Operations

Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui recently announced Ian Taylor as the hotel's Director of Operations.

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UH Featured in New Tommy Bahama Collegiate Collection

The University of Hawai‘i is one of the 45 top universities featured in Tommy Bahama’s new collegiate series clothing line.

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GIS Software Free for all Hawai‘i Schools

ESRI, the GIS software industry leader, is offering the new ArcGIS school bundle at no charge to all K12 public, private and charter schools throughout Hawai‘i.

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GIS Software Free for all Hawai‘i Schools

Free ESRA GIS software provides Hawai‘i schools with enormous utility from elementary level exploration to in-depth localized projects to full-scale professional career training.

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Statewide Public Meetings for Commercial Marine License Fee Increase

The proposed rule amendment would increase the annual commercial marine license fees from $50/year to $100/year initially, then to $150/year on Jan. 1, 2018.

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ChoiceMART Launches Grocery Delivery Service

Grocery shopping on the Big Island is now easier and more convenient with ChoiceMART’s new personal shopping and delivery service.

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Near-Drowning at Mākena Landing

Emergency crews in South Maui responded at 12:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 22, 2017, to an unresponsive female pulled from the water at Mākena Landing in Mākena.

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‘Blitz Build’ Provides 10 West Hawai‘i Families with New Homes

The homes were built in the La‘i ‘Ōpua subdivision of Kailua-Kona in just 10 days.

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Hawai‘i to Receive $2.7 Million to Improve Veteran Cemeteries

East Hawai‘i Veterans Cemetery II in Hilo will receive $870,000 for improvements.

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Amy Hanaiali’i Live in Concert at Hapuna Prince

Proceeds from tickets sales to support 2018 Hawai‘i Performing Arts Festival.

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Swells Fading for Weekend

Our current northwest swell is forecast to slowly ease into the weekend. We could see some other swells developing...

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Winds Weakening This Weekend

Trade winds are forecast to gradually weaken over the weekend with mainly windward clouds and light passing showers expected into...

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Winds Weakening This Weekend

Trade winds are forecast to gradually weaken over the weekend with mainly windward clouds and light passing showers expected...

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Volcano Art Hosts Abstract Painting Workshop

Renowned artist Samantha daSilva will host a Fearless Abstract Painting workshop on Saturday, Sept. 30 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Volcano Art Center’s Ni‘aulani Campus in Volcano Village

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HPD Arrests 24 Motorists for DUI Violations: Sept. 11–Sept. 17

During the week of Monday through Sunday, Sept. 11 to Sept. 17, 2017, Hawai‘i Island police arrested 24 motorists for driving under the influence of an intoxicant.

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Haleakalā Brush Fire ‘Contained’

The brush fire that started off the side of Haleakalā Highway, then spread to a fallow sugar cane field on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 21, has been contained.

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Bodyboard, Cooler Found Adrift Near Olowalu Beach, Maui

The Coast Guard is seeking the public’s help identifying the owner of a bodyboard with an attached cooler found adrift approximately six miles off Olowalu Beach.

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Two-Day Ticket Sale for Maui Residents for Maui Invitational

The Maui Jim Maui Invitational announced it will have a two-day ticket special for Maui residents on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 29-30, at four Maui locations.

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Book Release and Signing to Highlight Wildlife Conservation

The Volcano Art Center will feature award-winning Volcano artist and author Caren Loebel-Fried.

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Prince Dance Theatre Presents ‘Carnival of Exotic Mayhem’

Annual fundraiser and dance party will be held at Honokaʻa People’s Theatre on Sept. 30.

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