Monday editions of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser were delivered late to subscribers because of computer-related press problems and severe weather.
Issues with the Kapolei press limited its production capability, so Sunday and Monday Star-Advertisers also were printed on Maui and the Big Island. Newspapers from the neighbor islands did not arrive on Oahu until 8 a.m. after their delivery was interrupted when they were grounded due to the storm. The Maui flight carried 40,000 Sunday papers, which will be delivered to subscribers Tuesday who did not receive complete papers Sunday, and the flight from Hawaii Island had Monday Star-Advertisers.
It is expected that the Tuesday edition of the Star-Advertiser will be printed only on Oahu, leading to normal delivery times.
All Star-Advertiser subscribers will have their home delivery accounts extended for one day due to the issues with Sunday’s edition.
We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we work through our press problems.