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Wednesday, September 08, 2010
September 8, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:36 PM :: 9239 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Kauai County News, DHHL, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Will Obamacare kill HHSC?

Gov Lingle appoints Figuera and Kouchi to Senate

Small Modular Reactors: Creating Energy Independence for Hawaii

VIDEO: Rep. Djou hosting job fair with 40 employers Thursday

DoE high schoolers have nation’s highest suicide rate

Mufi promises to “discuss possibility of increasing GE Tax” Star-Advertiser lies about it

Panicked desperate national Democrats, unions pour money into Hanabusa campaign

CB: Aiona did build Hawaii drug Court system

RNC chair Steele hopes to rally Hawaii Republicans with visit

SA Hypocrites: Stop using religion to divide (repeats Abercrombie Episcopal lie)

Abercrombie Slams Hannemann For Using Religion To Divide: In New Ad, Christians Urged to Vote Hannemann, Not Aiona

Shapiro: Hannemann's tactics ungodly

SA Profiles Hannemann, leaves out arrest, MMLG

Abercrombie: Vote early before you find out the truth about me

Complete list of Consolidated polling stations 

Honolulu Magazine: Trains Kill Buses

City: "Idiot" version for rail EIS is award-winning

HHS regional director Schultz visits Hilo Medical Center and talks reform

AP: Hawaii brothers guilty of ill-treating Thai workers

NYT: Forced Labor

The Nation: Federal Indictments in Human Trafficking Scheme

Lingle fills vacant senate seats

 

Education Week provides the arguments HSTA will be using to neuter RTTT even more

Honolulu inflation rises 2.5%: Gas and electricity increases are cited for the jump from the first half of 2009

Hawaiian Airlines' traffic jumps 5.5%

Lehman Estate Files to Foreclose on Ritz Kapalua

Rush Limbaugh, The Haney Project and Hawaii

Old Farmer's Almanac: Global cooling to continue

More Candidate Profiles: Meet your Kauai County Council candidates

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Sunday, August 29, 2010
August 29, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:47 PM :: 6486 Views :: Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Restoring Honor: Glenn Beck rallies 500,000 on anniversary of “I have a Dream” speech

Waipio All-Stars win US Little League Championship

University of Hawaii Study: Native Hawaiians Fear Violence

Aiona says Dems plan to raise excise taxes

Hawaii doctors, ophthalmologists endorse Aiona

Atheists on warpath over letter by GOP Chair

Same-sex couples in Hawaii look to California

HGEA dragging Kona Hospital down

$75 million blueprint for change: Isles' Race to the Top plan is encouraging, say veteran school watchers (dreams)

SA: Some schools will be cut (reality)

Shakedown artists panic: Overhaul of land-use regulations being rushed

Pearl Harbor lures more Chinese tourists with World War II legacy

Maui’s foreclosure picture ‘not pretty’

For Obama, Steep Learning Curve as Chief in Time of War

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Thursday, August 26, 2010
August 26, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:45 PM :: 9200 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Kauai County News, DHHL, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Prevedouros: Fiscal irresponsibility, not the Governor, is blocking Rail

Senate’s Key Republican Akaka Bill backer failing in Alaska primary

Full Text: Hawaii DoE submitted error in first round of Race to The Top application

RTTT “farce”? HSTA, progressives already scheming to fudge accountability requirements

CJ-Appointee Recktenwald's ICA Opinions

ILind Flashback: Hannemann arrested for assaulting police officer

ILind: Neil Abercrombie’s 1977 “F*** You” letter

RTTT: Consequences for failure unclear

Recktenwald tells judiciary committee he 'embraces' strength of Hawaii constitution

Lingle says rail approval may have to wait for next governor

“Don’t look at me” Inouye set to deflect blame for Rail failure

U.S. visa process gets easier

Poll shows many interested in interisland ferry

Hannemann's Honolulu Hale Examined

Ill-timed negative ad a step backward for Hannemann

Business Exec Disavows Anti-Mufi “Smear” Letter As Forgery

Abercrombie wants Feds to pick up tab for Malpractice Insurance

Waikiki man charged with forcing a girl into prostitution

About-FACE: After Hannemann’s departure, Honolulu is doing a 180 on housing issues

Kauai Democrats sue to oust GOP candidate

Hawaii Ethics Commission seeks new director

Chief Perry wants to keep leading KPD

Kahana Valley families living in limbo

Boat owners on Hawaii's Big Island protesting new fees

Community college enrollment rises 7 percent

Wherever it lands, UH must pony up travel subsidies

Two recent escapes from state hospital draw concern

Honolulu agrees to accept tons of trash

Rush Limbaugh Touts Benefits of Hawaii made E-Cigarettes, Slams FDA

Judicial Committee Unanimously Confirms California's First Filipina-American Chief Justice

Gaza Flotilla participant brings terrorist agit-prop show to Hilo

Liberal activist allegedly flips out, stabs Muslim Cabbie 

Ground Zero Mosque Developer: Mosque Could Accommodate 1,000 Worshippers

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Saturday, August 21, 2010
August 21, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:48 AM :: 6552 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Kauai County News, DHHL, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, World News, Hawaii History

Rep. Djou Statehood Day address carried nationwide: “We can cut $1.3 trillion right now”

Hawaii Statehood: Tiny 1959 opposition was anti-Japanese, not anti-American

Prince Kuhio: The bridge from Kingdom to State

Our American Triumph: Civil Rights and Hawaii Statehood

After 6 years: Newspaper Guild signs contract with Tribune-Herald

Nonaka: Republican Poll for Carlisle Doesn't Exist

Djou meets with small businesses

Maui, Kona TEA Party groups back King for Lt Governor

Debate: Hannemann hammered over negative mailer 

Debate: Hannemann blames others for Kalihi tax hikes

Hannemann still waffles on Civil Unions

HNN profiles Duke Aiona

CB: Hannemann = Aiona in Hawaii Family Forum Survey

Gay Palimony Suit Filed In Hawaii: Lesbian Couple Fights Over Assets

HGEA Neutral on Say, AFL-CIO backs Synan as labor, gays team up for revenge

Hospital governors meet in secret to discuss taxpayer loans to Alii Health Center

$11,000 in tax credits: Are you buying your neighbor’s electric smugmobile?

Honolulu Harbor gets federal stimulus money

Civil Beat Shares Hawaii State Employee Salaries

Bedbugs Challenge Homeless Shelters

Kauai County plans to refile 32 counts of incest

Overseas Filipino Workers in Islam Nations to Suffer Anew in Month of Ramadan

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Thursday, August 12, 2010
August 12, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:35 PM :: 7079 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Flip-Flop-Flip: Hannemann again refuses to take position on Gay Civil Unions

Time tight for Akaka Bill-but Akaka claims to have the votes

Changes proposed to state land rules: The first revisions in 16 years involve shoreline boundaries and permits

Debate: Hannemann, Abercrombie bicker over “agenda”

Abercrombie unable to think of any achievements other than winning elections and showing up

Democrat Candidates skirt chances to provide specific plans

Caldwell: 'The Number One Job of the City is To Create Jobs for All of Us.'

Pittsburgh Fundraiser:  Hannemann campaign, aide agree to pay small fine

The Hill: Vulnerable Dems support state aid bill

US Congressman Djou Condemns N. Korea for Detainment of South Korean Boat

ILind: Brian Schatz is not raking in the bucks from a non-profit sinecure at a Democrat slush-fund, really

Maui HD 11: Molester associates Bertram and Halperin demand criminals be let out of jail: Bertram also demands more marijuana

Republican Dudek stays on ballot: Judge blocks Election Commission from giving Donna Mercado Kim a free ride

Nishiki is target of rivals at Kula candidates forum

Kenoi: No $100 Aina Lea dinner

3 Big Island courthouses to close

Report: Area unsafe:  PTA visitors Professional protesters speak up about having to sign a safety waiver

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Tuesday, August 10, 2010
August 10, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 10:09 AM :: 6585 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Maui County News, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Same-Sex Marriage Judge Finds That a Child Has Neither a Need Nor a Right to a Mother

Excess of $1.4B found in 186 Hawaii Special Funds

BoE Chair Toguchi speaks out against appointed BoE

Djou attends Iraq mobilization ceremony of former unit

Individual right to sue for “clean and healthful environment”? State moves for reconsideration

Hirono, Djou Split On Funding Bill

Gay activists continue to hound Calvin Say

Cayetano: Mufi is King of Smears

Rail drives Hannemann contributions, Abercrombie gets D.C. support

HGEA Backs Hannemann; HSTA Abercrombie

Endorsement: HSTA albatross hung around Abercrombie's neck

DePledge: HD 43, HD 31 races competitive

Hawaii Bar Association reconsiders rating rule

Parents working 16 hour days to save children from DoE

KITV Exclusive: Embattled DOT Deputy Quits

Collaborate on APEC security

Hawaii legislators seek feedback from the homeless (Still pushing for Honolulu’s own tent city hell.)

Big Island marijuana advocate to remain behind bars

Kauai judge dismisses 2 criminal cases calls prosecutor’s conduct “egregious”

Hawaiian Electric Industries posts higher profit

American Engineer Convicted of Selling Military Secrets to China

Peak Oil cult leader dies in hot tub: Profited from wild claims of doom?

LA Times Obituary: Robert Aitken dies at 93; American Zen master

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Sunday, August 08, 2010
August 8, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 10:21 AM :: 8729 Views :: Kauai County News, DHHL, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Mufi’s Republican Army: The Bush Family Connection

Leonard Appointment: How they voted

The 'Birthers' Began on the Left

Djou on MSNBC: “We’ve lost 2.5 million jobs since the stimulus package was created. That’s not progress.”

Borreca: “Lingle stumbles in effort to remake state Judiciary” (How Recktenwald lost favor)

Kauai prosecutor prosecutes former boyfriend for crime she is implicated in

Looking at the Bar Association Board

Hanabusa promises to raise your taxes

Democrats scrap over ads; Aiona stays upbeat

Abercrombie: “Confrontation, finger-pointing and name-calling”

State agency clears Honolulu rail contracts (decision backs Hannemann over Abercrombie)

Anti-Superferry protesters target Navy sonar (again)

Costs piling up two years into Molokai water lawsuit

Juror: Without DNA evidence, Makanani walks on sex assault

Seed money: A koa plantation on the Big Island courts investors to buy tiny trees and then reap rewards over 25 years

UH professor helps boost Vietnam's clinics

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Friday, August 06, 2010
August 6, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:58 PM :: 7236 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Mufi does it again in Debate: “Screaming, yelling, ranting, raving, finger pointing, name-calling” Abercrombie: I am Dan Inouye

Politico: Abercrombie leans on Pelosi for help

WaPo: As Hawaii Democrats battle, RGA goes up with ads

RGA ad for Duke Aiona: “People want their leaders to be positive, not divisive and negative”

Djou, Micronesian Ambassador: “Status quo is not working”  

CB “Mostly True”: Neil's Congressional Performance "Dead Last"

Katherine Leonard fails to get support of Hawaii Senate Committee on Judiciary and Government Operations

Borreca: Moon was right about bar's role in picking judges

Case Family Star Advertiser: Legislature should be undeterred in recognizing same-sex civil unions 

Hawaii's unemployment claims down 7.7%

Scared straight: The Hawaii Meth Project educates isle students about the horrors of using "ice" through real-life anecdotes

Council panel bows to snobs OKs proposal to ban fireworks

County Drops Trespassing Charge Against Census Worker

Molokai vets group might take dispute to courtroom

Leprosy Patient Admits Smuggling Drugs: Drugs Would Have Been Distributed At Kalaupapa

Hawaii DHS rated high in helping disabled get high-paying jobs

Hawaii senators say state would get $39 million from federal aid legislation

UH-Manoa completes work on pair of residential towers

Hoku Corp.'s losses tied to spending on Idaho polysilicon plant

NYT: Governments Go to Extremes as the Downturn Wears On

DMZ Hawaii teams up with North Korean front groups in DC

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Tuesday, July 13, 2010
July 13, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:35 PM :: 8161 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Kauai County News, DHHL, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

HSTA demands candidates oppose funds for disabled students

Sen Fred Hemmings endorses Lynn Finnegan for Lt Governor

Kam Schools non-Hawaiian student Kalani Rosell to be subject of book, movie

Hanalani School Team wins robotics World Championship

Star-Advertiser continues Gay Atheist war on Hawaii Family Forum finances

CB: GOP Aims To Field Candidates in Most Local Races

Waihee speaks up for appointed BoE

Candidate says campaign signs stolen

Shapiro: Some candidates for governor we can like

No more excuses, Hawaii: Just do it via absentee voting

Maui groups challenging water commission in court

CB: State Has Huge Bill Coming Due for Retiree Health Care

$100 million traffic center gets moving

Mathew Higa Speaks About Death Of Cyrus Belt

ILWU reiterates its support for Hamas headchoppers, refuses to hear Israeli Consul

SA: Isle fireworks ban is overdue (snobs)

Top UH administrators, Elected Officials report receipt of gifts

Stalled River Street Housing Project May Be Dead

Ulupono Initiative Participates in ClearFuels' Bridge Financing to Accelerate Hawaii Biofuel Market

Master Navigator Mau Piailug Dies

Census looks at Micronesians in Hawaii, Mainland

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Sunday, July 04, 2010
July 4, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:29 PM :: 5921 Views :: Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Civil Unions could boost gay sex tourism in Hawaii

Democrat Borreca: Lingle's future rides on decision over civil unions

Kirk Caldwell plumps for Homelessness industry: “We can’t allow irresponsible and antisocial people to take over our public spaces”

Abercrombie celebrates July 4 by announcing: “We are buried in words”

JACL: Remain vigilant, speak up for justice

Recent changes to an affordable-housing project shortchange early buyers, as politically connected developers rewrite rules to suit themselves

Council panel OKs (STILL SECRET) agreement to upgrade city sewage facilities

Hawaii hotel occupancy continues to climb

Daughter of Senator Mike Gabbard runs for Honolulu City Council

Proposed charter changes affect housing and transit

Native American lawmakers' group picks Hawaii state senator as treasurer

442nd survivors tally dwindling numbers

Hawaii's Landmark Shark Fin Ban Takes Effect

State considers limits on coastal fishing

Hawaii Governor Pardons 11

Contractors in isle bribery case will first face charges in Chicago

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Thursday, July 01, 2010
July 1, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:00 PM :: 7562 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Kauai County News, DHHL, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Poll Panic: Star-Advertiser censors poll showing Aiona in lead, rushes out phone survey on wrong Senate candidate

Stacked Star-Advertiser poll claims Aiona does only 3% better than John Carroll

Team Aiona responds to results of Advertiser’s robo-call polling

Djou: New Wall Street Bailout Bill will hurt Hawaii

50 Reps, Djou co-sign bipartisan letter for free trade with S. Korea

Charity shake-down artist Mike “pay-for-play” Magaoay will run for Wahiawa-North Shore state Senate seat

Civil Beat continues gay hunt of Business Roundtable members

Alleged gay rape: Prosecutors will challenge appellate court reversal of murder verdict

SA: Stop bickering over homeless (doing its part for Neil Abercrombie)

Hawaii, Honolulu jobless rates fall in May

Tax on Cigarettes to Increase July 1

Criticisms of telescopes atop Mauna Kea are 10 years out of date (appeals for Sierra Club members to stop attack on telescope)

Big Isle police probe destruction of 8,500 papaya trees

Hawaiians Activists want bridge work stopped, claim ‘obfuscation”

New Law To Reign In Hiring Of Illegal Workers  (Half of the Arizona law, with union support)

City Council committee recommends approval of proposed sewage settlement

Maui resident W. S. Merwin to Be Named Poet Laureate of the US

Lanai residency suit will go to trial

Army official: We never meant to clean up DU (why would they, it is not a serious hazard)

THAAD: In Space no one can hear you surrender

'Little Obama': Indonesia Premieres Movie Despite Obama's Absence

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Monday, June 28, 2010
June 28, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:45 PM :: 8059 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Kauai County News, DHHL, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Democrat Borreca: Oshiro's future linked to HB 444 (Pressuring House to vote on override)

Criminal defense lawyers accuses Lingle of “Stacking the Court’ if she nominates Nakamura Chief Justice

SA: Legislature should override veto of DoE Sup’t salary hike

Thanks to anti-Superferry protesters, Harbor users will pay tab for Superferry work

CB: Numbers Don't Add Up at New Star-Advertiser

Look who’s “Facilitating Justice for All”

Former Sierra Club Leader supports Telescope

Overcoming meth addiction

Public Meeting Set To Discuss State-Funded Youth Homes

Kauai Residents discuss meaning of ‘ha`ole’—and get it wrong

Sierra Club/Rep Chris Lee: Gulf disaster is the clearest sign yet we must move beyond our crippling dependence on oil  (Democrat campaign ads #1 & 2)

State not enforcing night noise-limit law (Democrat campaign ad #3)

Fireworks to light up hearing

To some, complaint blackout bill unfair; to others it's anti-consumer

Building Permit tracking system delayed

North Korea squanders 60 years on belligerence, bravado

SA Oi: 'Cost' of war includes priceless American lives

Byrd Dead: Inouye now President Pro-Tempore of Senate

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Saturday, June 26, 2010
June 26, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:30 AM :: 6835 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Biting the bullet: DoE cuts 400 vacant positions, save $15M

Hanabusa: Senate ready to override any vetoes by governor -- House unsure

Aiona opens Kona HQ -- dozens attend

Maui Chamber helping candidates create business-friendly agenda

2 large firms oppose duck responsibility for request to veto civil unions

McCain introduces bill to repeal the Jones Act

Tourism upswing brings in an extra $127 million

Effect of lost funding on Quest unknown: A rejected federal bill would have given $86 million to the state

Fired, Mollway speaks out on Ethics

Lingle vetoes bill calling for audit of prison contract

New Law Beefs Up Health Inspections

Hawai'i Physician Workforce Summit to address doctor shortage

Hawaii Fisheries OK'd For Humpback Harm

Big Island launching publicly funding elections

Report: Mystery vagrant in Hawaii is high-ranking Maori

Vets, dignitaries recall Korean War

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Friday, June 25, 2010
June 25, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:40 PM :: 7480 Views :: Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, World News, Hawaii History

State Capitol: July 6 rally against HB444 during Override Session

As Legislature considers override of HB444: Republicans push candidate recruitment

Beyond Marriage The Confession: Hawaii Gay marriage advocates let the polyamorous cat out of the bag

Boylan: How Panos Prevedouros can win

City makes $195M deal for train depot

Case family’s Star-Advertiser: Let HB 444 become state law

NYT Obituary underscores Richardson’s Activist Judicial Career

Hawaii Pension Fund Loses Millions With BP Stock (thanks, Obama)

Failure of jobless bill seen costing Hawaii $86 million (…unless we pay taxes here)

Isle census offices finish job

HNN: City park cleanup is shifting homeless problem, not fixing it (Opinion masquerading as news)

Aspen Colorado authorities ship homeless to Hawaii

State sued over adult mental health services cuts

KITV: Hawaii Hopes For New Schools Superintendent: But Governor Might Veto Bill To Offer Best Salary To Candidate

Mortgage fraud? Hawaii #1 in same-day flips

Maui Electric Company Restricts Renewable Energy for Molokai Residents as the State of Hawaii Considers Building Wind Farms There

Hawaii residents cash in on refrigerator rebates

Class Action Suit Claims Hawaii Privatized State Park

Different mission awaits Iraq-bound isle soldiers

NZ Family recognises 'Josie May'

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Tuesday, June 22, 2010
June 22, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 10:13 AM :: 6419 Views :: Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

20,000 write governor, 85% ask for veto of HB444

Full Text: Governor Lingle’s Veto List

Poll: Aiona beats Hannemann in one-on-one matchup

Djou opens Honolulu office, visits families in Ewa, Hawaii Kai

Kirk Caldwell: “We’re a city not afraid to raise fees and taxes”

A Honolulu Government That Keeps On Growing

Hawaii gov. buys more time on civil unions bill (Hanabusa pledges override)

Gay Lobby reacts

Gay Lobby continues to hunt down Business Roundtable members (SA & CB keep count)

Hawaii Gov. Linda Lingle submits list of bills she may veto

LA Times: A strike against sex trafficking (Calls on Lingle to sign)

Lingle says Asia trip a success

Breene Harimoto resigns from Board of Education

UH Manoa Custodian Gets Jail For Campus Sex Assault

The Nation: 'I Was Scared to Sleep': LGBT Youth Face Violence Behind Bars (Hawaii Youth facility)

Honolulu city clerk debunks new 'birther' theory

Former Hawaii State Supreme Court Chief Justice Richardson dies

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Saturday, June 19, 2010
June 19, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:02 PM :: 8644 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Kauai County News, DHHL, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

CNBC: Jones Act may be hindering Gulf Oil Response, Dutch ships blocked

Tokyo: Lingle meets with Japanese travel writers, Tourism Minister

Hawaii-Okinawa Clean Energy Partnership Agreement Signed

Djou joins in call to allow global aid for oil cleanup (Inouye, Akaka, Hirono demand the oil be left alone to pollute Gulf)

Civil Unions To Go On Potential Veto List

Hawaii Business Roundtable stands by call for a veto of the civil unions bill

HNN: Djou using taxpayer funds to make 'robocalls'

SA: Ethics agency harmed by Mollway dismissal (Democrats afraid a real investigator will be appointed)

Hawaii Ethics Commission will discuss recruiting executive director

Energy partnership features Hawaii and Okinawa

Hawaii gets new tool to target foreign investment

Lingle urged to veto tax credit bill

Hawaii’s jobless rate drops to 6.6% in May

4,171 on Oahu have no homes

How Hawaii Lawmakers Balanced the State Budget

CB: New York Human Trafficking Law Points To Holes In Hawaii Proposal

Storied stone taken away

Hawaii Schools’ Best Friend

Preserving Hawaii’s resources: More than a career

Medical heavyweights team up for new approach to quality health care

Lawyers praise beach land ruling

VA official gets big pay, little work: A retired Navy captain who has filed several discrimination suits sits in limbo

Firefighter gets duty change after accusation of beating

Hawaii Family Seeking Answers About Inmate's Death

Kauai County employees face furloughs next month

Lihue Airport First In State To Use Body Scanner

The man who’s tutoring Bill Gates … actually has a brain…

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Friday, June 18, 2010
June 18, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:11 AM :: 8192 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Tax revenue for rail tumbles to $8.3M

Cataluna: Djou survey is “another smart move from a politician who hasn't made a false step yet.”

Case family’s Star-Advertiser gives backhanded support to Djou on Jones Act

Inouye, Hirono demand foreign ships be kept out of oil cleanup

DOE Posts School Calendar With No Furloughs, All Employees

Hawaii Adopts Common Core State Standards in Education

Mayor Hannemann Wrong to Ignore Governor Cayetano

Rep. Charles Djou Says Broke U.S. House Rules

Michelle Kidani Claims There's No Conflict Of Interest

Wind Energy Developer Negotiating with Molokai Ranch

Residents may decide future curfews

Using private prisons costs more than it seems (UPW talking points again)

State expects to reap dividends from China expo

Hawaiian Waste Systems signs agreement to ship trash

Hawaii's unemployment claims up 2.8%

If placed on ballot, decision could bring big changes: County manager vs. strong mayor

Hawaii 7th lowest in car insurance costs

Safeway, Walgreens bulk up in islands

Map: Where Americans Are Moving

Maui Council bills target aquarium fish industry

SA: Civil-union letter splits firms (SA continues to ferret out any detail that will help gay lobby)

5 major Hawaii businesses support civil unions

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Thursday, June 17, 2010
June 17, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:57 PM :: 7217 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History
  1. Gulf & Hawaii: Djou call for relief from Jones Act explodes across national media
  2. VIDEO: Djou pushes solutions to oil spill on CNBC Worldwide Exchange
  3. Honolulu Gaza flotilla protester shows up at BP hearings – with rubber ducky
  4. Hannemann’s Pittsburgh fundraiser: Misdemeanor? Class C Felony?
  5. Mufi Site: Abercrombie’s brain in a glass jar controlled by Cayetano
  6. Lingle-Aiona Admin: “4,043 moved into permanent housing thru State homeless programs”
  7. Beijing: Governor Lingle discusses TMT at Great Hall of the People
  8. New ransom demands: BoE Chair threatens layoffs in response to 180 day law
  9. Abercrombie, Hannemann trade charges over whose fundraising is more corrupt
  10. Hannemann wins support from Hawaii hotel group
  11. Inouye: Jones Act Should Not Be Suspended for Foreign Aid in BP Oil Spill
  12. Broke in 10 years, ERS “is not front burner”—Rep Rhoads
  13. FrumForum: Mr. Djou Goes to Washington (Don’t Ask—Don’t tell)
  14. Equality (sic) Hawaii claims HB444 is not gay marriage
  15. Pay declines imminent for most city employees (Thanks, Mufi)
  16. $65M to shift rail route: Other options to avoid air traffic cost up to $300 million
  17. Rail: The federal funding has a long way to go before approval
  18. SA: CGI contract looks dubious (flacking for HGEA)
  19. SA Oi: Whines Abercrombie asks for fair game rules
  20. Tax Dollars Paid For Djou's (constituent survey) Robo-Calls (typical Democrat media hit piece)
  21. Despite New Law, Hawaii’s Public Schools Aren’t Up to National Standards
  22. Maui News Polls mayoral race
  23. Hawaii Ethics Commission Fires Director
  24. Ilind: List of Star-Advertiser local directors dropped from “Views & Voices”
  25. Star-Advertiser forces Honolulu Weeklies to use Maui News printing press
  26. Statewide Bike Plan Shows Progress
  27. Kenoi predicts another tough budget year
  28. Hawaii Co Water rates rising 8 percent
  29. Espionage trial continues for Maui man
  30. RP govt asks Fil-Ams to support SAVE Act
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Wednesday, June 16, 2010
June 16, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:30 PM :: 8032 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Kauai County News, DHHL, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

RCCC to focus on reelecting Djou, Liberal website calls Hanabusa “untainted”

HNN: More speed bumps for Honolulu rail project (Its not just the Governor)

Shapiro: Mayor uses rail failings as boost to governor bid

Mayor Mufi Hannemann announces 24 furlough days for 2010-11 fiscal year

Hawaii passes law mandating 180-day school year

Democrat Borreca: Isle GOP banking on 'down-ticket' contests

SA: Not protecting civil unions hurts Hawaii's competitiveness

As HSTA Negotiations open, Civil Beat begins flacking mercilessly  (no surprise here)

Big Kauai project going forward despite slowdown

Rep. Djou calls for free trade with Philippines

Acting Gov. Concerned Over Inmate Deaths

Sen. Inouye marks a milestone

Meth ads may be changing attitudes

Kaneohe car dealer is charged over laundering pimps' money

Hawaii Hates Science, Tells Thirty Meter Telescope to Go to Chile

ERA Carbon Offsets Ltd. Signs MOU With McCandless Ranch to Develop Hawaiian Carbon Offset Projects

PUC OKs Hawaiian Electric's test of biofuel blends

Molokai Dispatch: Undersea Cable Moving Forward

Windmill sought for Waikoloa area

County again considers hauling trash to Kona

Kauai Volunteers help finish new dock

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Friday, June 11, 2010
June 11, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:48 PM :: 9670 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Kauai County News, DHHL, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Full Text: Hawaii Business Roundtable calls for veto of HB444 Gay Civil Unions

Bloomberg: Hawaii will run out of pension funds in 2020

Study: Hawaii ERS to go broke in 2020

Hawaii Democratic Convention renews call for closed primary

Aiona: AECOM selected to conduct EIS for undersea cables

VIDEO: Djou floor speech “We need to put our fiscal house in order”

Lingle: Strengthening Partnerships in Guangdong Province

Gov. Lingle to host 7th Annual International Women’s Conference

Fed Chair Calls Dems’ Spending ‘Unsustainable’ As Hanabusa's Party Refuses to Budget

Abercrombie surrogates question Hanneman's Pittsburgh fundraiser

Lee Donohue: Mufi’s Pick

Shapiro: Principals are going to have to put their money where their mouths are on accountability

Boylan: Dem Convention “like college faculty meeting run amok”

Hero's welcome: 150 Kaneohe Marines return after seven months spent in Afghanistan

Hawaii's state tax collections up 1.8% year to date

CB: Controversial Landfill Expansion To Receive Trash Soon

HNN: State moves ahead with undersea interisland cable for energy

Panel: Restore some water to Central Maui streams

Kalapa: Hawaii Voters Need to Encourage Change for a Better Government

High court lets stand shoreline land ruling (Could cost State millions)

Census: Hawaii population changing

Hawaii makes change to appeals process permanent

Kamehameha Day: OHA continues delusions about Akaka Bill

Letter to Senate: Usual gaggle of Hawaii activists demand carbon tax, claim to represent 100,000

Fake Farmers Markets: “No local produce at all”

Brush Fire Destroys Big Island Homes

Man asks to build barn instead of mansion in Kilauea

Isle inmate's death sparks investigation

SA: Meth project hits hard, true

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Thursday, June 10, 2010
June 10, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:59 PM :: 8233 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Hawaii Meth Project Launches New Statewide Campaign

WSJ: Djou questions Bernanke on stimulus--Dow rises 115 points

Video: Djou questions Bernanke on Deficit

Deficit Reaches New Heights: Hanabusa’s Democrats Refuse to Stop

Hawaii TEA Party proposes “Contract From America” for 2010 Elections

Gallup: Debt ties terrorism as most worrisome issue

Shapiro: Will Aiona veto HB 444?

Hawaii technology tax credit suspension vetoed

Rove to raise money for Lt. Gov. Aiona

Hannemann HQ a former Pflueger location

Man sought treatment before fatal shooting – 90 illegal half-way houses in Waianae?

Principals panic after pay cut proposed—begin conspiring amongst themselves

Food stamp help slow in coming (Thanks HGEA)

SA: Thumbs up to park fees

Ethics panel delays decision on Mollway

When The Honolulu Weekly Moved To Maui

Hawaii could get direct flight to China

Honolulu City Council OKs $1.8 billion budget

HI: City Council selects former police chief Lee Donohue for Djou’s vacated seat

Gordon Pang on Lee Donohue

Hawaii County property taxes on the rise

Shapiro: Ceded lands and judicial politics

Shapiro: Candidates need to focus on regaining conscience

Union Leaders Claim Hawaii Hotels Tied To Wall Street Bankers

UH Athletics Outpaces WAC, But Still Finds Itself In $10 Million Hole

Hawaiian Electric cleared to use biodiesel in generating plants

KHON: Checks Are On Their Way to Thousands of Hawaii Seniors

Investigators Look Into Inmate Death

Hawaii Co. Police officer investigated in sex assault case

 

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Tuesday, June 08, 2010
June 8, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:24 PM :: 6296 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Aiona visits 100 small businesses in 100 days

Abercrombie on Marijuana: “Of course it should be utilized”

Board of Education weighing fate of four rural schools targeted for closure on three islands

Honolulu Council to decide on city's $1.82B budget (tax hike)

Hawaii Co. Council backs down from budget cuts (Kenoi wins tax increases)

Hawaii Business: Education is Everybody’s Problem

Lingle addresses Chamber in Shanghai

Andy Winer: Responsible for Obama’s Gulf Oil Well disaster!

Schmidt resigning as insurance chief

Ilind: Cam Cavasso apparently making another run against Dan Inouye

Hawaii's weather, high gasoline costs lure electric vehicles (Detroit Free Press)

Several big properties are suffering from loan defaults that amount to more than $2 billion

Ilind: Former newspaper employees in 60-day limbo

Curfew curbs violence--so it is cancelled

Island teens increasingly aware of risks of methamphetamine use

Hawaii Business: Illegal Sex, Drugs and Gambling (and tourism in Hawaii)

Honolulu man indicted for sex trafficking teenage girl

Workers Speak Out In Human Trafficking Case

Compeltely Typical and Average Hawaii Progressive speaks up for Hawaii slavers

Contractor in tower collapse did not have required license

Hawaii 5-0 Filming begins mid-July, LOST to be followed by “Off the Map?”

Negotiations Under Way To Move Stranded Trash

Hawaii Co. Geothermal working group organized

Mamalahoa Bypass extends hours, opens two-way route

Hawaii Part Of Honey Bee Decline Investigation

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Saturday, June 05, 2010
June 5, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:11 PM :: 7086 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Aiona: “I am committed to making Hawaii the greenest place on Earth”

Djou: “With Ed gone, we are alone in being voice for mainstream in Hawaii”

Jobs: Tax-n-spend policies favored by Hanabusa fail to deliver

No sea level rise: Pacific islands growing not shrinking, says study

VIDEOS: Flotilla “Peace Activists” chant “Oh Jews, the army of Mohammad will return”

Tracy Nakano Bean: “Hawaii Legislature has never met a tax it didn’t like”

Earmarks set aside for campaign donors, report finds (Inouye #1)

Airlift executive files ethics complaint against Sen. Inouye (#2)

WSJ: A Case of Hanabusa

Abercrombie accuses Hannemann violating “spirit of the Constitution for his own personal advantage”

HNN: Layoffs continuing at Star-Bulletin and Midweek

Slom: Hawaii Lost the Honolulu Star-Bulletin; Now What?  (Hawaii Reporter print edition?)

Developer 'out of cash,' forced to sell 1,923 acres on Oahu and Big Island

Cost of summer school rising

Gay Pride Parade Marches Into City

KITV: Expert Says 30 Percent Of Hawaii Homeless From Out Of State

Former islander in Turkey after flotilla experience

'Princess Kaiulani' actress arrested at White House (a treehugging actress, how original)

Ka Iwi shoreline reclassified to conservation by Hawaii Land Use Commission

Metal piling up on Moloka'i

Taxes: Hawaii Council to tackle budget, amendments

Hawaii officer had census worker arrested for trespassing

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Friday, May 28, 2010
Letters to the Editor May, 2010
By Letters to the Editor @ 12:13 AM :: 8044 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

 

Bullying up and down the DoE Chain of Command 

Chase Dem Politicians  

Sex Trafficking Legislation May Be Vetoed by Governor! Your support is needed! 

Hawaii County: “This is not the time to raise taxes” 

Democrat Candidate: DJOU VICTORY SHOWS THAT A MAJORITY OF HAWAII VOTERS ARE STILL SEEKING CHANGE 

Sign stealing, thugs ruin integrity of elections and campaigns

Gay Marriage: Levinson’s Reducto ad Absurdum

Anti-Superferry Lawyer defends Maui ‘Single Member District’ scheme

Victory over protectionism: Hawaii GMO Papaya could soon be sold in Japan

SB2646 Surfing Reserves

220 say no to Koa Ridge development

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Tuesday, May 25, 2010
May 25, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:43 PM :: 5890 Views :: Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

 

National Dems: Dump Hanabusa AND Case

1986: A good omen for Charles Djou

Campaign message strategy: How the Case was closed

Cataluna: Would both of them rather see Djou keep the job????

Democrat ADV: Some familiar messages in special election

Djou DC bound, council seeks replacement

HNN online survey: Do you think Charles Djou will be able to win in November?

Abercrombie begins TV ads in governor's race

$1.82B city operating budget for Honolulu advances

Governor Lingle holds roundtables on civil unions bill

Civil unions would have little economic impact, study finds

Deal will allow Chinese bank-card users to access funds via Bankoh's network

Stream study pushes for more water restoration

Hawaii home-care horror tales underscore risk to elderly

ADV: Premium Plus plan nudges employers

Honolulu Police officer waives first court appearance

Crime on Oahu rises 4.5 percent

Close one school and open a door

Kamehameha Schools plans $118M redevelopment of Kapalama campus

State Clears Up Solar Credit Confusion

Lawmakers have cut all funding to troubled Aloha Tower Development Corp.

SB: Molokai veterans awaiting center deserve better

200 Wahiawa Soldiers To Join Afghanistan Surge

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Thursday, May 13, 2010
May 13, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:36 PM :: 6239 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Poll: Djou ahead by 14 points as voters cast ballots

Honolulu 5th most indebted US city

Duke Aiona announces campaign leadership team

Rothenberg Political Report: Hawaii 1 moved to Lean Republican

Former TV anchor files papers for US House seat

Shapiro: Don't be surprised if Lingle vetoes HB 444

Employer guilty of sexually assaulting boy worker

Combined newspaper to employ up to 500 workers

Honolulu City Council moves ahead on property tax hike

City Council seeks rail project financial details

Lobbyist for lawyers opposes immunity for property owners

Shapiro: HSTA wanted to cause a crisis

Shapiro: Signs of life in the local Republican primary

Djou outlines priorities in Congress

Rate of ballot return indicates isle voters favor mail-in system

Civil Beat now peddling irresponsible voting: Majority of 1st District Voters Likely To Be Unrepresented

Carroll fined $100 for campaign law violations

Candidate wants fakes plan to to decentralize state school system

Isle schools smart to surge forward with solar power

2010 SB: Abstinence leads to Planned Parenthood

2008 Flashback SB:  Abstinence causes pregnancy, give us your daughters

Controversial Vexatious Requestor Bill Signed into Law

Hawaii foreclosures rise in April even as recession eases

Survey: Hawaii credit card debt averages $9,105 per person

Honolulu cop guilty of marijuana, driving charges

Marcos family wins three victories in Philippine elections

 

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Monday, May 10, 2010
May 10, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:32 PM :: 6289 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Kauai County News, DHHL, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

National Dems give up on Obama’s home district

Finnegan announces candidacy for Lt Governor

Finnegan: Legislative progress stifled by the real ‘Party of No’

Full Text: Hawaii GOP Platform proposed in two parts

Primary, General Election: Hawaii to allow overseas, deployed military voters to fax-in ballots

UPDATE--Jihadi murderer of Big Island man captured in Iraq: Navy Seals acquitted after facing prosecution

Race for Congress has some real chops

In-person voting begins today for Congressional race 

1000s of Oahu homes on ag land could be declared “nonconforming’ -- “Biggest government land grab”

Homelessness Industry: Placing a Legislative expiration date on common sense

Hawaii public schools' repair backlog chopped 50 percent

3 claim furloughs caused harm: Autism students file court records on negative effects

Honolulu public workers agree to two furlough Fridays each month

Socialized Hawaii Medicine: Short 500 doctors

Soft on crime claims a victim: Shot by FBI agt, Man allegedly brandishing gun was out on $100 bail

Hawaii's jobless seniors forced to tap Social Security early

Hawaii Department of Health Cites Hawaiian Waste Systems for Solid Waste Storage Violations

All-electric cars driving Hawaii into the future

Hawaii County plans May 20 meeting to discuss Hamakua lands

Kauai: Waimea residents fight development

Mass Neurosis: Path debate a sign of growing pains

Aquino leads in Philippines presidential race

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Wednesday, May 05, 2010
May 5, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:20 PM :: 6502 Views :: Kauai County News, DHHL, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Aiona: “We have the resources to end furloughs”

Aiona campaign debunks Advertiser poll

Djou “Tele talk story” reaches thousands

Abercrombie missed 136 votes: Congress’ 18th-worst attendance record

State Budget: Time running short for Medicaid help

GM papaya wins approval in Japan

Hawaii Republicans are pinning big hopes on a Djou victory

Democrat Borreca: 2 candidates' split vote puts Democrats in a bind  (Mufi for Congress???)

Aiona calls on gov to halt furloughs

Atheists, Democrats coordinate media attack on Aiona

SB: Lt Governor denies desire for State faith  (Atheists, Democrats, hand in hand) 

SB: Let's end bias over same-sex unions

President Obama sends phone greeting to thousands of voters

Dilemma: hating oil but fearing the wind

State GOP platform controversial

Minority Report: GOP and the 2010 Hawaii Legislature

Hawaii homelessness still rising in wake of recession's job cuts

Nonprofits Can't Escape GET, Despite "Tax-Exempt" Status

Honolulu Advertiser employees receive notice

Hawaii bankruptcies soar 56 percent

Hawaii wise to tap China

Maui Budget with job cuts, furloughs OK’d

‘Why do we need a furlough?’ Kauai Councilman asks

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Monday, April 26, 2010
April 26, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:54 PM :: 6481 Views :: Kauai County News, DHHL, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Lingle calls on teachers, principals to reopen schools over HSTA/BoE objections

Honolulu Special Election: "Democrats petrified, going nuts"

Akaka may quit in 2012: Ed Case talks about Senate “opportunity”

With federal law at stake, Paid activists attack Hawaii fish farmers

Bill requiring number of public school days heads for final votes

Civil unions bill must be voted on  (Another religious leftist)

Democrat Advertiser: The high cost of economic optimism

Obama's sister glad to be back in Hawaii after long visit to D.C.

Voter numbers up 9,000 in advance of special election

A timid rewrite of campaign spending law

SB: Tobacco fund needs to be kept healthy

Capitol Round Up - April 26, 2010

Soft-on Crime Appeals court rules out evidence in murder of pregnant woman

Kawaiahao Church: Leader accused of theft resigns

Developed in Hawaii: Corn that can resist drought a 'blockbuster'

Maui Land & Pineapple names new CFO

Farm-worker housing bill hits home stretch

In Hawaii, the Most Powerful Waves Can Be Found at the Side of the Road

ACORN brought poor pimps into domestic politics (by Piven of Cloward-Piven fame)

 

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Friday, April 16, 2010
April 16, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:48 PM :: 5763 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

ADV: Djou is “most credible GOP candidate in years”

Hanabusa, Djou Raise Twice As Much As Case

Union shills insert themselves in Gubernatorial campaign

Furlough Protesters admit to collaborating with HSTA

$46M for child welfare in dispute

Don't let funding flame out for anti-smoking programs

Hawaii businesses must pay taxes earlier

Earmarks received by Senators Cochran & Inouye (combined): $890,000,000

Criminals May Have Harder Time Hiding New Arrests from probation Officers

Hawaii’s Health and Pension Funds Are Bleeding Red Ink

Study: Teacher Pension Plans on Shaky Ground

ADV: The man with 2 faces

Isles' new frontier? Space

Aiea firm gets grant to build biorefinery

Yagong: Why did county cancel land auction?

Wrong-way crowd: President mistimed sale of Bankoh stock

Antarctic mission: UH researchers return from an expedition with warnings about climate warming

US Senate climate bill to be unveiled April 26

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Sunday, April 11, 2010
April 11, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:42 PM :: 6746 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Kauai County News, DHHL, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, World News, Hawaii History

ADV: Is Hanabusa a lackey?

Tax hikes mean Hawaii state job cuts drop to only 689, 1% of total

Empire Builders at DoE--Staff change alarms parents (Hundreds of new Gov’t employees)

High-tech tax credits under fire: Budget plan defers Act 221 for 3 years, raises tobacco levy  (Dems can’t afford welfare for rich)

Room 309 (The Legislature now moves to get its real business done, in secret with only lobbyists and activists watching)

Abercrombie and Hannemann vie for attention at convention (Study the meal plans for clues)

Residents voice concerns over aquaculture project

Furloughs sit-in moves to Washington Place, protestors vow to stick around

Waters of Life School faces closure  (HTH, ADV play catch-up to Hawai’i Free Press)

State investment practices to be curbed: Law getting rewrite because $1.1B got tied up in market

Burris: Shifting prisoners to Mainland at best a short-term solution

Former Kauai courts manager denies allegations: Barreira accused of sexual harassment

Chair also questions legality: Asing: Furloughs equal savings?

Gendercide: China's shameful massacre of unborn girls means there will soon be 30m more men than women

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Saturday, April 10, 2010
April 10, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 10:02 AM :: 8302 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Out of money, Puna DoE school shutting down next week

Ed Case votes against tax cut for military personnel, supports death tax

SB: Democrats' ad on Djou deemed false

Kaulana Park confirmed as DHHL chairman (After Hanabusa gets her deal)

Prison guards allegedly threaten to shoot Hawaii Senator

Kulani Prison Guards allegedly burn documents in 20’ ditch, steal equipment

Prison guards lobby lawmakers over proposed cuts

War on food production continues: Group urges fish-farming safeguards—“Environmentalists” call for moratorium on expansion

Honolulu rail route change may oust some Ualena Street shops

Allow me to refresh mayor's memory

Slom-Zimmerman team, Texas investor qualified to pursue Star-Bulletin

Grown-ups at sit-in ticketed

Hawaii public school candy ban fails

Kam School blames lawyer in Hawaiians-first dispute

Hawaii Pork Report Exposes Piggie Pies in the City

Maui judge disregards plea deal, sentences man who beat wife to five years

Flags stolen from veterans center

Higa sex harassment case settled, lawyer says

Fight sparks Keaau High lockdown

Maui Residents appeal to preserve funding

Residents see some progress, poll shows

NKorea vows to keep building nuclear bombs

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Thursday, April 08, 2010
April 8, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:07 PM :: 8712 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Kauai County News, DHHL, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Missile Defense: Obama's False START could leave Hawaii unprotected 

Inouye to beg Pelosi not to support Case

The squeeze is on: Taxing bills gain momentum

Hawaii Legislature Tackles Controversial Public Education Issues

School fixes engage gov candidates

25 Parents, kids stage Lingle office sit-in

Land gift initiates aid to leeward education (Hanabusa gets plug from Jeff Stone)

Federal APEC funds could be 'tens of millions'  Ca-Ching!

Log Cabin Republicans Endorses Charles Djou for Congress

Hawaiian Telcom seeks initial public offering

Council kills Tam's proposal to end fund that he misused

More info on possible Star-Bulletin Buyers

ADV: Maui water ruling should favor HC&S

Biofuel scam: After century of private sugar operation, HC&S to become ward of State (“Funding could determine future”)

Baldwin girls’ softball will get new field: Under settlement, state releases $1M to build stadium

GTMO Greenwell opposes Kenoi's stringent restrictions

Enviros to use Garbage Guilt to squeeze millions from Hawaii Co Taxpayers

Enviros continue to harass Kona fish farm operators

EPA fines Gay and Robinson, Kula Lodge for cesspool violations

Kauai solar project 'pretty well stalled': Renewable power firm, utility break off talks over disagreement on costs

Fire Commission against allowing Kauai mayor to pick chief

Another Government–controlled market

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Sunday, April 04, 2010
April 4, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:05 PM :: 6198 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, DHHL, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, World News, Hawaii History

As “momentum shifts to Djou”, Hanabusa’s “boldly deceptive” campaign implodes: Ads, mailers pulled

Dems Wary Of Hawaii Special Election

April 15 No New Taxes Five Rallies on Four Islands: Honolulu, Hilo, Kona, Maui, Kauai

National Democrats to dump Hanabusa? (Obama to retaliate against Inouye?)

ADV on RTTT--Lesson learned: We can still win this thing (No we can’t, and here’s why….)

OHA trustees may face tougher path to election

Police chiefs pressured legislators on pot bill

State Historic Preservation agency urged to shape up

Support dwindles for “Birther” bill limiting access to records

Spike in Hawaii home prices on the horizon: Also, drop in building permits hints at Oahu housing shortage

Student housing gets face lift

E-W Center: Political Attitudes under Repression

Kenoi pushes ethics changes again

Pierces’ mercy mission didn’t end when they got on Mainland plane

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Thursday, March 04, 2010
March 4, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:44 PM :: 8008 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Obama voters a no-show at Hawaii Democratic caucuses

Candidates weigh in on health care plan (Djou against Obamacare, others favor ramming it thru Senate)

Shapiro: Auditor Higa “knows where her bread is buttered”

Shapiro: The plain truth on the schools

Impact of hurricane relief fund raid questioned

Internet sales tax pushed for Hawaii

16 Tax Hikes and Special Fund Raids on the Move at the Hawaii State Capitol

Hawaii lawmakers OK jobless tax break

SB: Core issue remains in complaints against Kamehameha Schools

UH-Manoa scores low in survey of students

Broadband 100X faster: HAWAII NEEDS TO MEET THE GOOGLE CHALLENGE

Green pushing tougher drunken driving laws: Senator calls for forfeiture of cars used in DUIs

Kalaupapa resident facing meth charges: Patient allegedly shipped drug using state vehicles, workers

Financial adviser to pay $780K to SEC: Teruya, Senior Resources accused of defrauding Hawaii senior citizens

Jet tax fails to take flight

Pearl Harbor Shipyard Hiring 175: Shipyard To Hold Apprentice Job Fair

Senate passes bill to protect endangered species: Killing seals could become felony

NYT Desperation: Global warming cultists now claim opponents are Creationists

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Wednesday, March 03, 2010
March 3, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:28 AM :: 7064 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Hawaii's all-mail congressional election set for May 22

Honolulu Hale: The only industry that keeps on growing (36% since 2005)

SB: Tax breaks review could be revealing (tax charities to feed HGEA)

Pot tax and furlough ax survive, cross over from Senate to House: More than a dozen fee hikes pass, but bills to raise the general excise tax fail to advance

School Furlough bills move forward

Gov blasts audit as 'defamatory'

On May 22 Charles Djou Could Take Hawaii For Republicans!

Kalaupapa's no refuge from scourge of meth, police say: Hansen's disease patient's arrest 'really not shocking'  (State Health Dept employees deal meth to topside Molokai)

MSNBC: Former Big Island Teacher In Prison For Meth Distribution

Privacy in Kamehameha suit denied

Students rebel over uniform proposal

Global warming fraudsters’ goal: $7/gallon gasoline

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Wednesday, February 24, 2010
February 24, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:02 AM :: 6887 Views :: Kauai County News, DHHL, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Akaka Bill passes House 245-164

Finance committee tries to find alternatives  (GET hike deferred …for now)

2010 election shaping up to be bad for incumbents

SB: Hannemann's glass half full (setup for a fall)

UPW Unit 1 to get furloughs: No other wage reduction expected; governor has indicated she will sign

Jeremy Harris’ 'Mystery Woman' Acquitted In Criminal Case

Report Ranks Honolulu No. 2 In Traffic Congestion  (2 weeks of work every year)

PROTESTERS: TAT TAKEOVER TABOO

Koke‘e lovers want park revenue to stay on Kaua‘i

Groups holding Haiti relief fundraiser Saturday in Mililani

Group of lenders take ownership of Turtle Bay Resort from Oaktree Capital

Hamamoto welcomed to Saint Louis

Sabeel: obviously preparing to launch Israel Boycott in Hawaii

Casket of Ewa Beach soldier killed in Afghanistan arrives in U.S.

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Monday, February 22, 2010
February 22, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:12 AM :: 5673 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, World News, Hawaii History

Akaka Bill: More than 73% of Hawaiians not "Qualified" for membership in Akaka Tribe

Akaka Preparing New Senate Bill: House Rules Committee to consider Akaka Bill Monday 

Lingle tells feds her administration will do separate rail analysis

Retaliation: Anti-Rail Neighborhood board member may face expulsion

Expect upbeat speech by mayor (Campaign speech)

Lawmakers split on GET Hike

Moratorium sought on solar installation

Hawaii In the Money—but Alaska shows the future

Joining Pac-10 an ambitious, costly goal

Bill would create surfing reserves

Fridge rebate deal worth $250

Funds for welfare jobs mostly untapped

Gifts of Aloha: Packages to Middle East seek to lift troops' spirits

Ooops: Climate scientists withdraw journal claims of rising sea levels

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Wednesday, February 17, 2010
February 17, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:07 PM :: 8109 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Blocked by Cabanilla: Flagpole Bill to be Called to House Floor Thursday

ADV: Selling state land a sensible idea to raise cash (Calvin Say vs OHA)

State to delay paying for health coverage  (Socialist health care imploding)

Oahu the healthiest island, study says

Hawaii teacher furloughs remain as school year starts running out

Inouye compared to King, God

POLITICO: Inouye rakes in $10,000s from Lockheed Martin

Honolulu council may tax nonprofits to feed HGEA

Nago chosen as permanent state elections chief

Dysfunctional Government Is Self-Perpetuating

Maui races for council seats are heating up early

Council members to mull Higa lawsuit

100% frustration: Study says current labeling laws cost Kona coffee farmers $14.4M a year

Hawaii troops risk lives as U.S. makes progress (SB blames Bush)

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Tuesday, February 16, 2010
February 16, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:02 PM :: 5653 Views :: Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

HB2241/SB2303: Bills would seize Ceded Lands from Hawaiians 

Kalapa: Lawmakers on a zigzag course for tax legislation

Audit: Waihee’s RightStar short $22.6M  (Graverobbers now targeted for collection)

New campus needed (OHA blocks UHWO)

Hit on Gov hurts rail, Abercrombie says (Abercrombie preparing to blame Mufi for failure of rail)

Contractors’ Assn: Jobs created by rail project would help whole state

Hotel revenues fell a lot in 2009 - but not at year's end

SB: Hawaii's Homeless: Visitors' growing unease has industry leaders worried

ADV: Dancing around the H-word

Hoku Scientific CEO to step down: Shindo will remain with struggling Isle high-tech company as senior adviser

Flag Waving Restrictions Outrage Ewa Residents

State launching site for camping reservations, park lodging

Tongans in Hawaii planning relief efforts in wake of tropical cyclone

Pirate who boarded Japanese ship, demanded ransom, to face trial in Japan

Marines say Taliban resistance more disorganized

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Friday, February 12, 2010
February 12, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:07 PM :: 7340 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Laupahoehoe Liberation: Rural school targeted for closure votes for charter conversion

Hawaii man found guilty of killing toddler

Kalapa: Barrel tax means $4/gallon gas  

State tax collections down 5.4%

ADV: Forget this school year, start fixing the next

Councilman seeks limits on campaign yard signs

SB: Minus Abercrombie, health reform needs true bipartisanship

Council Looks At Banning Tents, Carts In Parks: Some Homeless Say They Will Get Around Proposed Bill

Hamamoto named principal at Saint Louis School

HMAA to acquire health insurer Summerlin's Hawaii business

ACLU says DLNR biased against unmarried couples

Mollway to remain as Ethics Director (Mystery story)

Hilo hospital: No furlough plans

“Sovereignty” squatter blocks ranch access to water

DLNR chief defends fishery management

Tavares plans to balance budget on taxpayers’ backs

Group seeks judgment to force Sol Kaho‘ohalahala out of office

Obama's Missing Year (HawaiiReporter goes “Birther”)

More: Tropical Cyclone Rene bearing down on Samoa

Hawaii-based Marines gearing up for major assault in Afghanistan

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Tuesday, January 19, 2010
January 19, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:07 PM :: 6532 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Rally at Capitol: 15,000 against Gay Civil Unions

Feds: "City will need a stronger financial plan" before moving forward with Rail Transit

Case holds lead over Hanabusa and Djou (Case 52%-Djou 21%), (Hanabusa 43%-Djou 36%)

State's labor, fiscal woes cut Lingle's popularity

Honolulu rail forum draws opponents, supporters of planned commuter line

ADV: City rail committee didn't keep minutes: But state office says it was exempt from law requiring them

Hawaii governor says state won't fund pay raises for UH faculty

City-state effort can ease school-bus woes

Governor Linda Lingle Speaks to Improving Hawaii's Business Climate

SB: Legislators must show courage, leadership (by passing Gay Civil Unions)

Shapiro: Maui tripping (J Kalani "powdernose" English)

S., W. Maui legislators: Protect what’s already there (by raising taxes)

WHT: Legislature faces bleak budget (TAXES, TAXES, AND MORE TAXES)

Hawaiians mark key event in Hawaii history and reject Akaka Bill

Rents for office space down 3.5%

JAL to cut jobs, pensions, routes

Hawaiian Telcom vs. Oceanic Time Warner (fiber optic competition to cable tv)

Homelessness Issue hits home in Chinatown

Hawaii Coast Guard crews fly quake relief missions in Haiti (Superferry going to Haiti) 

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Wednesday, January 13, 2010
January 13, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:44 PM :: 9735 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Kauai County News, DHHL, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Democrat Borreca: Hanabusa-Case fight could be gift for GOP  (Case "untrustworthy and disloyal")

SB: Don't let cost deter special House race

State tax revenues drop 8.3% since July

SB: Bishop's call to block civil unions offends bill advocates (Rally January 17)

Still No Agreement On School Furloughs

Army needs to make case for Makua plan

Honolulu rail project architects defend plan for elevated route

Kauai: OHA Again fails to steal single family home from owner

Politics of the River Street Project

Final Co-Conspirator in Las Vegas Methamphetamine Trafficking Organization Sentenced to Life in Prison by Hawaii Federal Judge

$7.4M windfall can't offset shortfall; land sale, tax hike still on the table

Little paid, benefits questioned

Getting tough on illegal use of fireworks comes at price

No penalty for trash backlog

Clinton says U.S. is 'back in Asia,' hails diversity of Isles

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Monday, January 11, 2010
January 11, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:08 PM :: 5012 Views :: Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Aiona's gubernatorial campaign stresses 'balance'

Senators expect movement on Akaka Bill

Brian Schatz joins motley crew running for lieutenant governor

Students React to UH Budget Shortfall

Clinton's Pacific itinerary criticized

Cancer center deal benefits all stakeholders

Local 5 Kaiser workers plan for a strike

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Friday, January 08, 2010
January 8, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:28 AM :: 8331 Views :: Kauai County News, DHHL, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Senate Expect To Pass Civil Unions Bill: Opponents, Supporters Prepare To Rally On Issue

BOE chair Toguchi rejects calls for his resignation (another unaccountable board at work)

Rail may outpace funding by $322M

UH faculty union seeks injunction to halt pay cuts

Resist the urge to dismantle elections panel (another unaccountable board at work)

Housing authority chooses new leader  (another unaccountable board at work)

Top Ten Most Outrageous Findings from the 2009 DOE Procurement Audit

Hawaii House Leader Criticizing Governor on Budget Plans, But Doesn't Offer His Own Solutions

Telescope EIS faces delays

County portion of Ka Loko settlement coming?

DOH cuts Kaua‘i positions

Smuggled-in fireworks expose security flaw

Democrat Lawyer announces candidacy for Djou's City Council seat

Clinton to meet with Japanese foreign minister while in Hawaii

Governor nominates DCCA Dir Reifurth to Intermediate Court of Appeals

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Wednesday, January 06, 2010
January 6, 2010 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:56 AM :: 6489 Views :: Kauai County News, DHHL, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Constitutional Amendment: Aiona Proposes Hawaii Elect Secretary of State

OHA to make case for (NEW) Akaka bill during live television broadcasts

Cayetano puts trust in Matayoshi: Others question whether the acting schools chief can indeed make hard decisions

SB: Welcome Hamamoto to labor talks

Kauai: Arakaki open to being state DoE superintendent

UH won't rescind faculty pay cuts

Across-the-board cuts in Hawaii budget criticized at hearing

Tax delinquencies prompt relief consideration

Fed judges: Wash. felony inmates should get vote (could set precedent for Hawaii)

Deputy sheriff arrested in child rape

Forbes ranks Bankoh as top performer of nation's largest 100 banks

Waihee's Ex-cemetery chief will get out of jail

Trash may finally be shipped to Washington next month

Court bolsters public access to beaches

Quakes, tsunami strike Solomon Islands

American pirates' Anti-whaling vessel damaged in clash with Japanese ship that it was attacking 

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Wednesday, December 30, 2009
December 30, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 10:38 PM :: 7918 Views :: Hawaii County News, Agriculture, Kauai County News, DHHL, Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Hanabusa: "Ed Case not forgiven, should bow out"

 

ADV: Lingle should break be blamed for impasse in union talks

SB: Furlough plan achievable

Furlough talks to resume, but no special session planned

SLOM: No More Hawaii Islam Days

SB gives free ad space to Mufi: We all need to do our part to solve the (homelessness) problem

Mayor Hannemann's Achilles Heel

Tactics weighed for rat fight

Emergency funds needed for preschool  (by childhood policy 'consultant')

OLD NEWS: Nearly $1B in state funds tied up in illiquid investment

Kaloko payouts to be revealed

Roadblock continues despite 7 arrests in Laie land dispute

Future uncertain for two Mauna Kea telescopes

The realities of recession are relative on the Kona Coast

Heightened Security Detail Costs for Speaker Pelosi and President Obama Will Fall on Local Taxpayers

Maui: Ahi supply should be enough to satisfy sashimi lovers’ appetite

Ocean View well may take longer

Gas pains: Does Big Island have a Propane shortage?

ADV: Hawaii fireworks sales still hot in recession

Health care bill denies freedom of choice

Saluting American Valor: Wounded soldier provides cover fire for pinned-down troops

 

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Saturday, December 26, 2009
December 26, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 10:59 AM :: 7589 Views :: Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Jumped by passengers while lighting fuse: Islamist fails to blow up Detroit-bound flight Christmas Day

Rep. Mazie Hirono on Obamacare: ‘We’re not there yet’

Chief of Hawaii Health Systems retiring (Inspiration for Obamacare)

SB: Compromise critical in Maui water dispute (OHA Water grab)

Isle bankruptcies highest in 4 years

Access to computers gives homeless hope to stay on street (The Homelessness Industry at work) 

$500,000 warrant issued in drunken-driving case (extradited from NV, then allowed to fly back?)

Lanakila senior center in Kalihi needs donations to stay open

Obamas visit troops at Hawaii base's Christmas chow-down

Sermon at Ancient Christian Site Highlights Christmas for the 130th Engineer Brigade

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Tuesday, December 22, 2009
December 22, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:39 AM :: 5383 Views :: Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Lingle submits plan to close $1.23B Budget shortfall

'Last, best' union offer at UH calls for 6.7% cut

Arakaki: Emotion not good basis to support assisted suicide

Hifo, Hirai to step down

Count us in for census power and money

Planning begins for Hawaii undersea cable system

Official says ban won't hurt 'ahi stock

CoFA Medical Care:  Public's view sought

Oahu Mayor Breaks Ground on H-Power Expansion Project

Oahu's 'opala piling up on dock

HTA approves strategic plan 'to put more heads on beds'

Plan calls for zero growth at Turtle Bay resort

Former Del Monte Hawaii workers begin buying Poamoho Camp homes

City must refocus on enforcing rental law 

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Wednesday, December 16, 2009
December 16, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 10:20 AM :: 6277 Views :: Maui County News, Congressional Delegation, Honolulu County News, Democratic Party, Hawaii State Government, Republican Party, National News, Development, World News, Hawaii History

Akaka Bill Hearings under way: Proposed changes came from Akaka's office, CNHA

ADV: Hawaii governor opposes Akaka bill revisions (Abercrombie: Bennett's "concerns are real") 

SB: Lingle fights Akaka Bill changes

Live Webcast: House Natural Resources Committee hearings on the Akaka Bill

Zogby: Majority of Hawaii voters against Akaka Bill

SHOCK: Lingle, Bennett denounce new version Akaka Bill (full text)

Did Inouye Lie? National Review confirms "Akaka Bill Sneak Attack" claim

House Republicans call for Akaka Bill to be removed from Markup

Inouye denies planning "Akaka Bill Sneak Attack"

Djou's chances improve: GOP Says Aloha to Hawaii Special Election

SB: Salvage the special election

Lingle to work with teachers to keep planning days

Hawaii lawmakers want education money released

Downturn hit Kamehameha Schools with $2.2 billion loss

Petition to save Hawaii school bus service from ending

Oahu tax assessments fall 6.7 percent

Hawaii B&B bill appears doomed

Mail-order prescriptions hard on local businesses

US to drill Iranian attack scenario in Pacific

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