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Cleanup gets underway after powerful gusts and high surf

  • (Video: Jamm Aquino)

    One of the missing African ground hornbill birds is still on the loose. Martha, the 15-year-old female, returned to the zoo on Monday morning. Najuma, the 15-year-old male, remains at large.

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    Tree branches were on the ground Monday near the Barefoot Beach Cafe at Queen’s Surf Beach due to weekend high winds.

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    The weekend storm blew the sand from Kuhio Beach onto the sidewalk and roadway where Kalakaua Avenue meets Monsarrat Avenue across from the zoo.

  • JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Above, Martha, a female African ground hornbill, is seen in her temporary enclosure at the Honolulu Zoo on Monday. A younger male hornbill, Najuma, escaped during the high winds and remains missing.

The crumbling Royal Hawaiian groin, between the Waikiki Sheraton and Royal Hawaiian hotels, was still standing Monday despite facing threats from a weekend storm. Read more

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