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Kokua Line: Why did I get check for catheters?

The Vegas Chamber, the largest business association in Nevada, and three chamber organizations in Hawaii are holding a business exchange Tuesday and Wednesday in Honolulu to share expertise on mutual community and business issues. Read more

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JAMM AQUINO/2009
Column: Mai hea mai ke aloha o nā lole aloha?

Synopsis: Through the famous muæumuæu and attire of this era, we will attempt to show what makes aloha attire and adornments Hawaiian and how the love for aloha attire has lived on. Read more

CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM / MARCH 30
                                Hawaii opposite Alaka‘i Todd appreciates the home crowd that he’s experienced since 2019.
Warriors will need all the help they can get — especially from fans

Alaka‘’i Todd won’t go so far as to say it’s the best homecourt advantage in volleyball. But it’s easy to see his appreciation as the sixth-year senior gazes around the 10,300-seat arena for one of the final times of his University of Hawaii volleyball career. Read more

2015 July 6 EDT - Christine Donnelly, Honolulu Star-Advertiser Kokua Line Columnist. HSA PHOTO BY GEORGE F. LEE
Kokua Line: Where will drug take-back be held?

Question: Please print the locations for the drug take-back. Both myself and my son have chronic illnesses that our doctors are trying new medications to control, so we have a few unused prescriptions and I don’t like having this other stuff around for a variety of reasons. Read more

CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Albizia tree are seen in Waimanalo in 2020.
Column: He ‘ino kā ka albizia

Synopsis: There are many negative impacts of the albizia tree species on Hawaii’s native flora and fauna on Oahu. Read more


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