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                                Jennifer Terrinique had a passenger on her suitcase as daughter Adrienne hitched a ride to the terminal on Wednesday.
14-day interisland quarantine returns

With COVID-19 cases rising rapidly — including 152 cases and two deaths announced Thursday — Gov. David Ige imposed a partial 14-day quarantine on interisland travel effective Tuesday. Read more

RENDERING IMAGE Thirty Meter Telescope.
Start of TMT construction may be delayed 3 years

Construction of the stalled Thirty Meter Telescope could face considerable delay — perhaps as much as three or more years — if new federal regulatory hurdles are placed in front of the $2.4 billion astronomy project planned for Hawaii’s tallest mountain. Read more

STAR-ADVERTISER / JULY 15, 2019
                                It has been a year since protesters gathered on Mauna Kea Access Road to block construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope. Above, supporters tend to Walter Ritte, left, and Kaleikoa Kaeo, who joined others who chained themselves to a cattle grate to form a human barricade.
TMT delayed until after winter, official says

One year after protesters stopped the Thirty Meter Telescope for a second time, a top official with the TMT organization said Wednesday that the project’s commitment to Hawaii remains as strong as ever but that construction will be delayed at least through the winter and maybe longer. Read more

DENNIS ODA / 2019
                                Ohia tree seedlings can last at least a year, especially in areas that have been de-weeded, according to a recently published study. Lawakua Aganos cradles tiny seeds from an ohia tree seed pod.
There’s good news for besieged ohia trees

Researchers for the first time have shown that ohia seedlings can survive for at least a year in forests afflicted by rapid ohia death — a glimmer of hope for a beleaguered species that has lost more than a million individuals since the disease was discovered in Hawaii a decade ago. Read more


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