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                                Parts for the new turbines in Kalaeloa await transport to Kahuku on Tuesday.
Protests concern Hawaii business leaders

Hawaii often gets rapped as being unfriendly to business over regulations, taxes and litigation. Now a new layer to this perception may be forming as activists inhibit construction of three development projects. Read more

                                Opponents of the Na Pua Makani wind farm project linked arms and stood their ground Monday as several pieces of heavy equipment and trucks were brought to the site of the protest off Kamehameha Highway, which some of the protesters felt was an aggressive move.
Opponents of wind-energy project stall equipment delivery

Protesters gathered Monday night on a road in Kahuku to block an Oahu wind farm developer from delivering heavy equipment to begin construction in a scene reminiscent of the months-long telescope protests on the Big Island. Read more

Kapu aloha protest strategy spreads, causing alarm

New protests aimed at the Kahuku windmill project and the Sherwood Forest park development may be alarming to some state leaders, but among some activists there is a sense that a grassroots momentum has been building as the nonviolent protest strategy known as kapu aloha spreads from one community to the next. Read more

                                <strong>Emlyn Higa </strong>
Defense lawyer Myles Breiner levels more accusations against Honolulu Deputy Prosecutor Emlyn Higa

Defense lawyer Myles Breiner says the deputy prosecutor who admitted shoving him tried to have a relationship with a woman who was the complaining witness in two domestic violence cases he was prosecuting, drafted legal documents for her civil case while he was still working as a Maui deputy prosecutor, went to her home in the middle of the night while drunk and assaulted her adult son. Read more

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