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                                Dr. Adam Robinson, left, director of VA Pacific Islands Health Care System, presents a challenge coin to Nicholas Akaka, right, son of late Sen. Daniel Akaka, during a groundbreaking ceremony for the ALOHA VA multi-specialty clinic on Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2021, in Kalaeloa.
New network to improve health care coordination, VA says

The Department of Veterans Affairs Pacific Islands Healthcare System launched a new program Tuesday aimed at improving health care access for veterans in American Samoa, Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands under a contract awarded to TriWest Healthcare Alliance. Read more

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                                Philanthropists Henry Curtis.
Public Utilities Commission suspends hearing after bioenergy firm files appeal

Hu Honua Bioenergy LLC, which has been entangled in a multiyear fight to begin operating a biomass plant on Hawaii island, will have its case heard before the Hawaii Supreme Court for the third time as it attempts to win approval from the state Public Utilities Commission for the $474 million project. Read more

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                                Central Pacific Bank main branch in Honolulu.
Central Pacific Bank boosts earnings and dividend

Central Pacific Bank boosted net income 83.4%, increased its dividend for the second consecutive quarter and announced an investment in a new financial technology company that plans to launch a nationwide consumer banking app combining checking, credit and more into one integrated account. Read more

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                                Philanthropists Henry Curtis.
Big Island bioenergy firm appeals case to the Supreme Court again

Hu Honua Bioenergy LLC, which has been entangled in a multiyear fight to begin operating a biomass plant on Hawaii island, will have its case heard before the Hawaii Supreme Court for the third time as it attempts to win approval from the state Public Utilities Commission for the $474 million project. Read more

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                                Tennis.
Kokua Line: Is wait limit a rule or a courtesy at public tennis courts?

Question: A mantra of the pandemic has been that “outdoors is better than indoors” for get-togethers. Also, exercise is a great way to boost physical and mental health, which is so important. To that end, some work friends and I, who no longer see each other daily because we work from home now, have been meeting up to play tennis. Read more


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