Recent quotes made by opponents of the Na Pua Makani Wind Energy project in Kahuku need to be put in perspective (“Group pushes for revision of wind farm’s plan to protect endangered bats,” Aug. 9, Star-Advertiser).
By Elizabeth Jubin Fujiwara Posted on August 20, 2017
Updated on August 18, 2017 at 7:26 pm
Charlottesville. A distinct chill of fear went through my body when I saw the terrifying images of torch-carrying white supremacists descend on a church filled with congregants on the night of Aug. 11. A church — again.
By Bob Berges, Stephanie Nojima and Barbara Campbell on August 20, 2017
By Bob Berges, Stephanie Nojima and Barbara Campbell Posted on August 20, 2017
Updated on August 18, 2017 at 7:25 pm
We are as dismayed as anyone with Oahu rail’s cost escalation and the massive revenue diversion from other needs. But if rail needs further funding, it should come exclusively from extending the current Oahu GET surcharge.
Aug. 18, 2017 — this Friday — marks the 97th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, the “Women’s Right to Vote” amendment. This occasion is the perfect time to recognize the contributions of women in Hawaii’s government and public service.
The DOE has within its power the ability to immediately correct the school bus driver shortage problem on Maui, but has not yet taken any action by stating the current contractor is in default.
A recent commentary complaining about the state Land Board’s imposition of a $250 fee for Hilton Hawaiian Village’s weekly Friday fireworks show is a reminder of the unequal treatment that exists between locals and the hotel industry (“Hilton’s fireworks show deserves better than DLNR fee hike,” Island Voices, Star-Advertiser, June 29).
By U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz Posted on August 6, 2017
Updated on August 4, 2017 at 6:07 pm
It will take millions of Americans speaking out on this issue to save net neutrality. Now is the time to think about your internet service provider — and stop this administration from destroying the internet as we know it.
By Jenelle Aoki
and Brycen Kawamoto on August 6, 2017
By Jenelle Aoki
and Brycen Kawamoto Posted on August 6, 2017
Updated on August 4, 2017 at 6:34 pm
Many diseases are on the rise within the Aloha State. Diabetes, which affects approximately 1 in 3 residents, is the seventh leading cause of death in Hawaii and is an obstacle that many residents have to overcome.