Tuesday, September 30, 2014         


Our View
 Police chief needs to explain his role in family dispute
Family disputes around money and property are always messy and frequently even become explosive, and on most occasions outsiders prefer simply to look away.  Story »
Island Voices
Same-sex marriage, or genderless marriage, is not a done deal in Hawaii, even though the Legislature passed Act 1 last fall during its special session and Gov.Neil Abercrombie signed it into law. Next year's Legislature can amend or repeal any law, including Act 1.  Story »

When the firm of Helber Hastert & Fee released its initial plans for the Kawainui-Hamakua Marsh Complex, it included buildings, parking lots, restrooms and trails as part of a plan to achieve a nebulous set of objectives: Story »

The recent high-profile stories of abuse involving NFL players is bringing focus to the problems of domestic violence and child abuse and neglect. Story »

The news about Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson's switching of his 4-year-old son has created an opportunity to discuss appropriate methods of child discipline in the public forum.  Story »

On Wednesday, Alan Oshima will move into the Hawaiian Electric Co. president and CEO's office -- but he's already been a presence at its core for several years.

For Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Jeter reminds us about character • Stop blame game on homelessness issue • Waikiki restrooms world-class awful; and more


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For Tuesday, September 30, 2014
It's a $50,000 message that all public officials need to hear and heed. The Honolulu Ethics Commission has imposed its largest-ever civil fine: on former City Councilman Romy Cachola for multiple alleged violations of city ethics laws.
2014 Endorsements
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Four candidates for governor showed up for the recent PBS-Hawaii debate, but the 800-pound gorilla of Hawaii politics was missing.

Synopsis: If Larry Ellison follows some of the mo'olelo of our ali'i, the people of Lāna'i will see a sustainable future.

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Driving Fore A Cure
American Diabetes Association conducted its 20th annual “Driving Fore A Cure” golf tournament earlier this year at the Hawaii Prince Golf Club. Read More »
Hawaii Job Corp Turns 50
Hawaii Job Corps Center recently celebrated the 50th anniversary of its Job Corps program with a ceremony and reception at its Waimanalo center. Read More »

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