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Wednesday, November 30, 2011
November 30, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:06 PM :: 10666 Views
  1. Finmeccanica Trumpets Honolulu Rail Deal
  2. Lingle Best Positioned for Victory Next Year
  3. Lingle calls for Delay in Federal Grab for Control of Hawaii Shorelines
  4. IBEW to Vote on New Offer from Hawaiian Tel
  5. Nominations Sought for State Water Commission
  6. Inouye Claims Honolulu Rail Will Get Federal Transit Funding Next Year
  7. Kobayashi: Hold on to Your Wallet
  8. Slom: Rail Roaded
  9. State to Teachers: Drop Your Complaint and Strike
  10. Utility bills may sink Hawaii’s economy
  11. Good News! Time Running Out For Hawaii Mafia Wind Farm Grant
  12. 15,000 Military Go Unrepresented in Any State Elections Because of Redistricting Controversy
  13. Supporters are urged to wear black for National Meth Awareness Day
  14. Honolulu Clears Homeless from Stadium Park, Three More Accept Shelter
  15. Patients counting on Hawaii’s Only transplant clinic to stay open
  16. Queens Nurses Approve Three-Year Raise
  17. Real and Affordable Green or Misguided Dream?
  18. State taxpayers may have to foot cost of returning 350 new guns
  19. HPD Major's Drug-Dealing Girlfriend To Testify
  20. Maui Police Officer Arrested For Spousal Abuse
  21. Cancel the Second Digester?
  22. Maui Charter Commission tables district voting
  23. Maui: Couch seeks cap on vacation rentals
  24. Kauai Island Utility Cooperative gets green light for smart meters
  25. Hawaii Co 'Bag ban' vote expected Dec 21
  26. TRO halts construction at Kawaiahao Church
  27. Jon Van Dyke Dies in Australia
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Tuesday, November 29, 2011
November 29, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:12 PM :: 14773 Views
  1. Abercrombie's Medicaid Cuts based on Obamacare Requirements
  2. Lucky Hawaii: Bond Sale Benefits as Investors Flee Europe
  3. Booted from Big Island, DoE Now Seeks to Force Carlisle to Collect its Impact Fees
  4. US Supreme Court to Decide Whether to Hear Lawsuit Challenging DHHL, Admission Act
  5. Postal Service Announces Hawaii Christmas Mailing Deadlines
  6. US Civil Rights Commissioner to speak on End of Victimology
  7. Abercrombie “Damn Serious” about Oath, Judges aren’t Like Dogs or Ponies
  8. Abercrombie Considered Shutting State Down for Two Weeks in June, Blames Lingle
  9. Abercrombie Wants to Build 'Third City'
  10. Favored Nation: Did HGEA get better deal?
  11. HART Signs $1.4 Billion Contract With Ansaldo
  12. Is Honolulu rail contract a legal defense tactic?
  13. Abercrombie Still Pushing to Disenfranchise Military personnel
  14. Judicial nominees put up earlier
  15. Feds Give Abercrombie $14m to Organize Obamacare Insurance Exchange
  16. Honolulu water rates to soar 70%
  17. Recession costs Hawaii hundreds of businesses
  18. Hawaii unemployment claims rise 18%
  19. TRUE: 'There is Space' in Shelters for Stadium Park Homeless
  20. Molokai Thugs Chop Down Trees, Obstruct Two Public Highways—Still No Arrests
  21. Multi-Millionaire 9-11 Truther Roseanne Barr Occupies Waimea, Guillotine a No-Show
  22. Hoku considers outside help to complete polysilicon deals
  23. Hawaiian Holdings Ranks the Highest in Terms of Operating Margin in the Airlines Industry
  24. ORI Cabins Not in Good Standing With the State
  25. Legislators look at Clean and Sober Living
  26. Hawaii State Courts Improve Access to Electronic Records
  27. Karate instructor accused of molesting teen re-indicted on sex assault charges
  28. Honolulu Traffic Violations Bureau to Close on Wednesday Nights
  29. After a Decade, ‘Process’ continues to push back Maui isle plan
  30. A&B Master Planned Waiale Project Calls for 2,550 Residential Units (no protests here, of course)
  31. Hawaii dodges major storms as hurricane season ends
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Monday, November 28, 2011
November 28, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:33 PM :: 16342 Views
  1. Kalaeloa Solar: Hawaii Ratepayers to Bankroll 'Green Fiesta'
  2. Failing, Central Pacific Got $337M in Secret Federal Reserve Loans
  3. Lowell Kalapa to Address Kona TEA Party
  4. Duke Aiona to Address Pro-Life Group
  5. UPW Contract, HGEA Reopen menace Legislature
  6. DoE to Pay Contractors to Churn SpEd Programs
  7. School Bus Contacts Rise 192% after Collusion Begins
  8. Challenge to Honolulu Rail Project Goes to Federal Court Wednesday
  9. SA: Outspoken Berg driven by passion, desire for change
  10. SA: OHA infighting may Derail Kakaako deal
  11. Gov. Abercrombie vs. the 99%… why?
  12. Homeless Avoid Shelter, Stay Drunk
  13. Cruise Yacht Outfoxes Ritte, Docks at Molokai
  14. Volunteers Clean Kahuku Beach, Find No Plastic Bags
  15. Two Mauna Kea telescopes face funding cuts
  16. Final hearing backlog turns injured workers into hostages in paradise
  17. County quiets nonprofit's rock-crushing operation
  18. DoE Group seeks to undermine Private Schools
  19. KPD set to start accreditation process
  20. SBA lends record amount in isles
  21. CB: How Hawaii Reps Would Save $1.2 Trillion
  22. Desperate to Save Obama, Americans Elect Petitions for Hawaii Ballot
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Sunday, November 27, 2011
November 27, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:32 PM :: 13313 Views
  1. Forced by JSC, Abercrombie Grudgingly Releases Names of Judicial Nominees
  2. Hawaii Supreme Court to Consider Limit of Parental Discipline
  3. Kalapa: Ubiquitous General Excise Insures Accountability
  4. UPW Contract Triggers ‘Favored Nation’ HGEA to Reopen Negotiations, fight for Furloughs
  5. Governor Abercrombie pissy to the end in judicial disclosure case
  6. Atheists Planned Disruption of Windward City Lights Celebration Thwarted
  7. Illiterate Occupy Honolulu Protesters Instruct 99% to “Think”
  8. Ritte Didn’t get Paid: Lawless Thugs Block Cruise Ship from Molokai
  9. SA Editors: Better to Cut People off Medicaid After 30 Days than to Limit Eligibility
  10. Automated Trash Trucks increase UPW Productivity 5-fold
  11. Freshwater Pool for Natatorium?
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Saturday, November 26, 2011
November 26, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:36 PM :: 15229 Views
  1. Hint to Hawaii: Google Abandons Concentrating Solar Power Project
  2. Oahu Democrats Fail in Effort to Break up Hawaii News Now
  3. Abercrombie Wins Approval to Take $1.06M from Pre-School, Sister Isles, spend it on Central Office Bureaucrats
  4. Suspended Attorney Says 'Vindictive' Navy Purposely Sows Intimidation & Fear in Civilian Counsel
  5. Horner: Ansaldo OK to Build Rail after Financial Analysis Shows Libya Revolt is Root of Company’s Problems
  6. WSJ July 28: New Finmeccanica Boss Pledges To Clean Up Group's Act, Considers Sale of Ansaldo
  7. OHA goes back to drawing board after failure to elect new trustee
  8. DoE wins RTTT Approval to Tinker With Assessments Again
  9. Star-Adv Comes out against Laupahoehoe Charter School
  10. Choosing legislative theme can be a gamble for Dems
  11. Price of car insurance rises a smidgen
  12. City replaces scorned towing firm
  13. Kauai’s economy has ‘settled back to 2003 levels’
  14. Telescope funding under fire
  15. Convicted Killer Lui—now a sovereignty activist-- gets his day in court Tuesday
  16. USS Lassen Sailors Contribute to Flood Cleanup in Thailand
  17. 25th ID Gets New Commanding General
  18. Hawaii History: Selective Editing Project Begins
  19. Descendants: Roth, Daws, Hemmings Guided Producer
  20. Descendants: First Popular Film to See Us Through an Insider’s Eyes
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Friday, November 25, 2011
November 25, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:06 PM :: 20684 Views
  1. Bishop Silva, Doctors, Attorneys to Speak out on Assisted Suicide
  2. Matt Romney to Campaign for Father in Hawaii
  3. Suspended Attorney Says 'Vindictive' Navy Purposely Sows Intimidation & Fear in Civilian Counsel
  4. American Shipper: Effort Underway to Loosen Jones Act Restrictions
  5. State APEC Costs below projections
  6. Maui Smart Grid Demonstration Project to Begin Next Year
  7. December vehicle registration notices contain error
  8. Final approval of $1.4B rail deal is put off
  9. Pushback against rail gains momentum with new allies
  10. Thanksgiving homecoming for hundreds of Kaneohe Marines
  11. Military spending cuts would rock HI
  12. Federal Contractors will not face 3% Withholding
  13. VIDEO: JFK monument re-dedicated at Hilo Peace Corps reunion
  14. Star-Advertiser, Occupy Honolulu Denounce the 99%
  15. Tough Love: City Homeless Sweep aims to Push Homeless into Shelters
  16. In Bizarre Twist, Civil Beat Prints Some Facts About Styrofoam
  17. Lawsuit again stops Kawaiaha'o work
  18. Decision is expected soon on fate of Superferry vessels
  19. Nurses union reaches tentative agreement with Queen's
  20. Will Transplant Institute Survive St Francis Sale?
  21. Homeless find shelter, work on buses
  22. H-Power Ash to Become Building Material?
  23. Climategate 2.0: New E-Mails Rock The Global Warming Debate
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Friday, November 25, 2011
Letters to the Editor November, 2011
By Letters to the Editor @ 12:01 AM :: 7989 Views
  1. Where is the EA or EIS for Maui Smart Grid?
  2. Bag Ban Detrimental To The Environment
  3. Makaha Resident backs Mag-Lev
  4. Open Spaces Rip-off
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Thursday, November 24, 2011
November 24, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:02 PM :: 15069 Views
  1. Outdoor Circle Comes Out Against Rail
  2. New Batch of Global Warmers’ Emails: “We're choosing the periods to show warming”
  3. Judicial Selection Commission Releases List of Nominees for Second Circuit Court
  4. NCAA “Extremely Concerned” about UH Point-Shaving Allegations
  5. The hidden story of the third Thanksgiving: 1623--giving thanks for freedom
  6. Assimilation, American style
  7. Shapiro: Abercrombie has no Principle Left to Stand On
  8. Hawaii Defense Cuts Loom After Super Committee Implodes
  9. Sempra's Giant Solar Farm Unlikely Replacement for Molokai Big Wind
  10. Rooftop Solar Contractor Upset as PUC opens up HECO to Big Renewables
  11. The Politics of Digitizing Hawaiian Language newspapers
  12. Waikiki Business May Sue over Lousy APEC Sales
  13. 89% Vote for Furloughs: UPW ratifies two-year contract
  14. After Price-Fixing Exposed, Major Mainland School Bus Company Considers Hawaii
  15. HPH Touts Voluntary Medical Home Plan
  16. Hawaii Non-Profits suffer Loss of “Unlimited Government Funding”
  17. Molokai: Taxpayer funded Enemy of Jobs
  18. GMO Labeling, TAT Considered for Maui Legislative Package
  19. Judge tries to Hold off Lawyers Circling Dorcy Estate
  20. Pedestrian critically injured in accident involving police officer
  21. Special report: law enforcement faces backlog of 87,942 state warrants
  22. Nofoa Beats Rap In Ex-Girlfriend's Murder, still Faces Original Kidnapping Charges but She won't be Around to testify
  23. HPA only cuts Four Years off Rapist’s Prison Sentence
  24. Police Release 911 Tapes Of Fatal Waikiki Shooting
  25. HGEA, UPW members Fail in Effort to grab State, County Surplus Payments to Health Fund
  26. Kahuku Hospital Bankruptcy “Good for Creditors”
  27. Security cameras installed on buses
  28. Two PhDs Debunk Lies of Anti-Aquarium Campaigners


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Wednesday, November 23, 2011
November 23, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 9:48 AM :: 14980 Views
  1. UH Point Shaving? Blown Leads and Significant Movement in Money Line
  2. #OccupyFail: A Profile in Bad Choices from Hilo
  3. Bill Seeks Terror Designation for Gaza Flotilla Groups with Hawaii Connections
  4. Mitch Roth announces Campaign for Hawaii County Prosecutor
  5. DBEDT upgrades Hawaii's economic outlook to paltry 1.4% Growth
  6. PUC approves Tier 3 Feed in Tariff program so that Bigger Green Energy Scammers can Cash In
  7. Abercrombie’s New Medicaid Plan: 30 Days in Hospital, then you get cut off
  8. Child Welfare Services contracts being reduced or terminated
  9. Schatz: APEC cost less than expected
  10. State Supreme Court denies Pflueger's appeal of manslaughter ruling
  11. Impoverished India to Give $150M to Telescope: Fat OHA Cronies Demand $50M Payoff
  12. Micronesia Poor Business Climate Drives Exodus
  13. KaLeo Editor Gets Prize for Dull, Pedantic and Banal Cartoon Depicting TEA Party as Racist and Stupid
  14. Hawaii State Salaries 2012: University of Hawaii
  15. Djous Give Thanks
  16. Report on Hawaii's Homeless Doesn't Tell Whole Story
  17. Matson Hikes Rates Again
  18. Extra space needed for church’s ‘steady growth’
  19. Sewer bill to increase for Hawaii Kai residents
  20. Air Service for Kalaupapa Residents
  21. Japan to Run Smart Grid Study on Maui
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Tuesday, November 22, 2011
November 22, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:27 PM :: 16011 Views
  1. Hawaiian Tel to Impose Last, Best and Final Offer on IBEW
  2. Lingle: Super Committee Failure Shows Lack of Bi-Partisan Leadership
  3. New rules turn GOP race from sprint into marathon, early nominee unlikely
  4. National Journal: Hawaii Senate Race Up for Grabs
  5. Feds: Even with Low Usage, Hawaii Still has Highest Electric Bills
  6. Djou Featured in National Journal
  7. Hawaii Unemployment Tax Rates To Rise?
  8. SA Editors Make Error Upon Error pushing to Reduce complexity of tax exemptions
  9. Top Three: ERS Trustees to Consider Limits to Pension Spiking Schemes
  10. Leadership: Judicial commission acts while Abercrombie dithers
  11. Abercrombie Backs Malama Solomon’s Demand to Disenfranchise Military Voters
  12. New public land agency hires executive director from Campbell Estate
  13. Abercrombie Flip-Flops on Free Trade
  14. Hawaii Army National Guard soldiers headed for Kuwait
  15. Deedy’s Lawyer to Lynch Mob: Wait for the Trial (Innocence Project pronounces Guilt?)
  16. New DoE Talking Point: Hawaii is #2 in Cuts to State School Spending
  17. State Raids Maili Condo Site on Behalf of Carpenters Union
  18. Police Called on Councilman Berg Rail Rant
  19. MORE Illegal Dumping by Honolulu City Workers
  20. Hawaii State Salaries 2012: Highest Paid at University of Hawaii
  21. Do I want to work? UH Hilo Dropout from Joins ‘Occupy’
  22. Kauai Luddites Demand GMO Labeling to Assist in Hysterical Propaganda Campaign
  23. Hawaii regulators approve Kapolei solar farm
  24. Pono Chong named House Majority Leader
  25. Civil Beat Decides Hawaii Needs a 'Butt Bill'
  26. Hawaii residents struggle with long-term healthcare
  27. Dozens of seniors on waiting list for meals
  28. Guam Senator Blas sends letter expressing disappointment to Obama
  29. Matson “Christmas Tree Ship” Arrives Saturday
  30. APEC - a lost public relations opportunity for the State of Hawaii?
  31. Rep. Gene Ward Discusses The Hawaii Library System
  32. Rain files claims suit vs. concert promoter
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Monday, November 21, 2011
November 21, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:11 PM :: 28233 Views
  1. NYT: Occupy Honolulu Looks Like Just Another Homeless Camp
  2. Report: Hawaii Among Lowest Health Insurance Costs in Nation
  3. Hawaii Congressional Delegation: How They Voted Nov. 21, 2011
  4. Akaka on New Akaka Bill: “It’s Sneaky” -- Hanabusa: Akaka Bill must Stay off Radar to Pass
  5. Hanabusa: I wouldn’t go to dinner with Mazie Hirono
  6. Lingle Listed at Palm Beach Event
  7. Hawaii Delegates OK With Pizza as a Vegetable
  8. Job of U.S. troops is far from over as Iraq War closes
  9. Sending aloha to the troops in Afghanistan
  10. HSTA Pushing to Divert Race to the Top Money to Salaries
  11. HSTA Organizes to Reverse Laupahoehoe Charter School Approval
  12. Former school employee admits to stealing nearly a half million dollars
  13. Procurement Office rejects contract targeting Big Wind opponents
  14. Improved youth prison still concerns ACLU
  15. APEC: Occupancy Up 1%, Rates Up 28%
  16. Agent Charged in Hawaii Shooting Pleads Not Guilty
  17. Navy hopes to gain two Hawaii superferries
  18. Lack of Farmers Drives Decline in Hawaii Flower Industry
  19. Na Wai Eha water use process OK’d
  20. SA: Developments can evolve, too
  21. City Pays Landfill Operator $2.6M for Spill Cleanup
  22. Lanai: Entire Island Lines up for Free Turkeys
  23. Hawaii Co Readies to Sell Uni-Dev Project Homes
  24. County to open West Hawaii transitional housing
  25. HNN: No conclusive evidence regarding the effectiveness of ban against cell phones while driving
  26. Marriott spins off timeshare operations
  27. Kickstarter Funding Hawaii Projects
  28. Kauai Doper Gets Marijuana Prescription to Ease Addiction to Oxy
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Sunday, November 20, 2011
November 20, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:36 PM :: 17645 Views
  1. Ansaldo Debacle: HART, Council, Ariyoshi all Looking at Rail Re-bid
  2. Using Public Services not a Free Lunch
  3. 14,000 Abandoned Wind Turbines in USA
  4. Wind Farms Interfere With Military, Civilian Radar
  5. US Civil Rights Commissioner to speak on End of Victimology
  6. Harimoto: Any Delays will be the End of Rail
  7. FBI Raid on HPD Major tied to Investigation of Samoan Prison Gang
  8. Kakaako, OHA Settlement, new hotbed of land activity and political intrigue
  9. Cataluna: Abercrombie is a Loud Fire-Breather
  10. Hawaii employer payrolls are not expected to reach pre-recession levels until After Abercrombie’s Term is Up
  11. Hint to DoE: Audits can help companies prevent embezzlement
  12. Hawaii to eliminate work incentives for people moving off welfare
  13. 1,422 Homeless on Big Isle
  14. First public bathroom opens in Chinatown
  15. CoFA Money Chase: Guam Senator Demands to know where Annual CoFA Reports Are
  16. Hoku Ke`a Telescope Parts Shipped back to Mainland for Re-Work
  17. Police Shut Down Parade by Jerry Chang’s Motorcycle Club
  18. APEC: Star-Adv Gives one Last Boost to anti-Capitalist Propagandists Masquerading as Artists
  19. Honolulu Recycling Program Relies on Behavior Modification Techniques
  20. The Downside of ‘Buy Local’
  21. Luddites Triumphant: Maui Bottled Water Plant Killed
  22. Victorino proposes sweeping changes to Maui water legislation
  23. Kauai Council Backs Aquarium Trade Ban
  24. Swordfish Longliners Hit Turtle Cap; Bigeye Fishery Closed in West
  25. 'Carrot Mob' Descends On Honolulu Store
  26. National Guard Volunteers Clean up Illegally dumped tires in Waianae
  27. FCC Proposing Leaving Local TV/Radio Ownership Caps In Place
  28. PBS Hawaii back on the air after fire
  29. Fundraiser for law enforcement memorial in Hawaii
  30. Information on civil unions now online
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Saturday, November 19, 2011
November 19, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:56 PM :: 13683 Views
  1. Whipped in Court, Undercut by JSC, Abercrombie Admin not ready to abandon Defense of Judicial Secrecy
  2. Court Ruling on Judicial Secrecy an Embarrassment to Abercrombie’s Neutered OIP
  3. Hirono, Hanabusa Say ‘No’ to Balanced Budget Amendment
  4. Lingle Unveils Issues-Based Video on Economy
  5. Rothenberg: Hawaii Senate Race ‘In Play’
  6. Hawaii Debt Highest in Nation as Percentage of Private Sector Production
  7. Ceremony Recognizes Aviation Brigade Deployment to Afghanistan after Pohakuloa Training
  8. Suspended Police Major Collected Full Pay While Allegedly Dealing Drugs
  9. Mitch Roth to Challenge Old Boy Lincoln Ashida for Hawaii County Prosecutor
  10. Hawaii 4th-Highest Debt Per Capita
  11. Berg: Voters deserve another crack at city rail proposal
  12. Star-Adv: OHA Land Deal Shows Promise (Just like all the Previous Deals)
  13. House Dems Seek New Majority Leader
  14. Judge Ezra Issues Injunction: State must Speed Foodstamp Applications, Stop Violating Federal Law
  15. Soft on Crime: 18 Months For Homosexual Gang Rape at Maui Homeless Camp
  16. After APEC Lull, Honolulu Police Back to Making Prostitution Arrests
  17. Maui County Council Considering Massive Property Tax Hike aimed at Farmers
  18. Hawaii's jobless rate climbs to 6.5 percent in October from 6.4 percent the previous month
  19. APEC Gave 1% Boost in Occupancy, 28.8% Boost in Rates
  20. $64.8M School will save $22,000/year, pay for itself in 2,945 years!
  21. Fire Forces PBS Hawaii Off The Air Indefinitely
  22. OTEC Uses No Government Money
  23. Hawaii Conference Highlights Federal Funding Opportunities for Small Businesses
  24. Sacred Hearts consolidation is complete
  25. Niu Valley playground gets $15,000 online boost
  26. Hawaiian Immersion Preschool faces closure
  27. NPS Doesn’t Allow Hunters, But May Exterminate Pigs, Goats
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Friday, November 18, 2011
November 18, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:50 PM :: 15034 Views
  1. WSJ: Finmeccanica Rushing to Sell Honolulu Rail Contractor Ansaldo
  2. Report: For Families in Poverty, Hawaii Income Tax is #2 in Nation
  3. Animal Liberation Groups Demand Matson End Pig Imports to Hawaii
  4. Dillingham DMV employee, driving instructor charged with Selling Drivers Licenses to Illegal Aliens
  5. The hidden story of the third Thanksgiving: 1623--giving thanks for freedom
  6. HART reviewing $1.4 billion Ansaldo contract
  7. New GOP Chair to Focus on Recruiting Strong GOP Legislative Candidates
  8. Judge’s Ruling on Judicial Secrecy an Embarrassment to OIP
  9. Sidewalk Bill Advances Despite Occupy Honolulu
  10. Slow Economic Recovery Expected For Hawaii
  11. Solar Installers May Go Out of Business as 15% Threshold Reached on More and More Circuits
  12. Morita: At Least One Year Before 15% Threshold Can Be Raised
  13. Maui sees a clean-energy surplus Without Big Wind
  14. OHA Deal Would Push Two State Departments out of Office Building
  15. Bill aims to fix flaws in Hawaii's civil unions law
  16. APEC committee alerted to possible data breach
  17. Federal Agent’s Lawyer: Knife was not Part of Incident
  18. U.S. Army Tests Secret Hypersonic Weapon From Kauai
  19. New Marine Corps Base Hawaii commander
  20. Castle & Cooke's Rumbaoa to Head Molokai Ranch
  21. Ho'opili project competes with OHA, KSBE over Development Profits
  22. Family's land claim snags Hawaiian Village permits
  23. Hawaiian Adding Five More A330s and A350s by 2015
  24. Hawaii Hotel and Lodging Assn. Changes Name
  25. Health Dept. Puts the Kibosh on Customers' Containers
  26. OTEC International to build ocean power plant in Hawaii Co.
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Thursday, November 17, 2011
November 17, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 10:14 AM :: 13037 Views
  1. Abercrombie, OHA to Propose Yet Another Ceded Lands Deal to Legislature
  2. Hawaii National Guard Mobilization Supported APEC Summit
  3. Council majority urges city to delay final rail approval
  4. Ansaldo’s local manager has long political track record
  5. First Rail Lawsuit Hearing Nov 30
  6. Panel to disclose judicial nominees
  7. Hawaii’s Tax Burden on Low Income Residents #2 in Nation
  8. Scammed In Laos, Trapped in America
  9. Oahu electric rates hit another high
  10. Up in the Air: Still No Easy Answers For Big Wind
  11. US must help establish standards for seeking compact-impact funds
  12. Sen Slom Endorses David Chang
  13. Suicide Activists try to Talk To Elderly Democrats into Dying for Test Case
  14. Civil union applications not available until Jan. 1
  15. OHA May vote on Mossman Replacement this Month
  16. APEC Reduces Crime, Cures Sickness, Trims Profligacy
  17. Agent shot to protect self, others, lawyer says
  18. Grand jury indicts Special Agent in Waikiki killing
  19. Even With Free Makana Concert, Only 60 People Show Up for Occupy Honolulu
  20. Occupy Wall Street Movement Has Been Fun To Watch But The Party’s Just About Over
  21. Youth corrections director says facility is safe
  22. Media Need Permission to Record at Capitol?
  23. SA: Reef fish need wise protection
  24. Punatics Very Pleased with New Council Districts
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Wednesday, November 16, 2011
November 16, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:09 AM :: 4322 Views
  1. Lingle Joins in Bi-Partisan Policy Summit
  2. Homeless Service Utilization Report: Hawaii 2011
  3. Bag Ban Detrimental To The Environment
  4. Feds Raid HPD Major's House; Drugs Seized, Charges Filed
  5. Council Chair recommends for rail contract rebid
  6. Ansaldo Front man Hired Councilmember
  7. SA: Revise pact with Pacific islanders
  8. Murdock Puts Lanai Up for Sale
  9. Lack of world attention for APEC was good sign
  10. Abercrombie Security Detail Costs $1.2M, Racks Up Overtime
  11. Iolani Palace reopens after Abercrombie forced closure
  12. Sovereignty Activists Recruiting at Arizona Prison
  13. Sidewalk Bill A Threat To Occupy Honolulu Protest?
  14. GMO Labeling: Luddites Demand We Facilitate Boycott Driven by Anti-Science Hype
  15. Skies above Marine base expected to grow busier
  16. Navy to take at least another 2 years to decide training range locations on Guam
  17. Hawaii coffee growers favor free trade deal
  18. 'Unprofessionalism' drives Hawaii State FCU head to resign
  19. HMSA posts $12.9M earnings as it seeks rise in premiums
  20. Prime Healthcare trying to buy bankrupt Hawaii Medical
  21. Celebration of Life Memorial Service
  22. Bishops approve memorials for late pope, Mother Marianne Cope
  23. UPW Gets Paid Just for Showing Up
  24. Ho'opili serves as a model for all developers
  25. Hayashino to head Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii
  26. West Hawaii Civic Center approaches Zero Waste
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Tuesday, November 15, 2011
November 15, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 10:32 AM :: 15156 Views
  1. New GOP Chair Pledges to Focus on Grassroots
  2. GAO: Improvements Needed to Assess and Address Growing CoFA Migration
  3. Hawaii Congressional Delegation: How They Voted November 14
  4. Proposed Lanai Wind Farm Site named among State’s Most Endangered Historic Places
  5. Hawaii Green Energy Scammers Do Deals with China
  6. Mesa Announces Sale of Mokulele Turboprop Operation
  7. Senator Upset after GAO Report Slaps down Bid for more CoFA Money
  8. Usual Assortment of Crooks, Cronies at Obama KoOlina Fundraiser
  9. Report: DoE Funding Formula Incentive to Keep Kids in Special Education Classes
  10. Governor must disclose judicial candidate list, judge rules
  11. Kamehameha Schools, Hawaiian Homelands Eyeing Maili Development without Jeff Stone
  12. Bumbling Abercrombie Could Have Closed, Iolani, Allowed APEC Delegates’ Tours
  13. Democratic Party Kupuna Caucus to Consider Suicide Nov 16—Former Insurance Co Exec Encourages Them
  14. Hirono Doubles Down on Obamacare
  15. President Obama Golfing With Pal Nabbed in Prostitution Sting
  16. Waikiki residents bid "good riddance" to APEC
  17. Obama Gives Hawaii to Asia in Trade Deal
  18. Up In The Air: Will Molokai's Resistance Save It From Big Wind?
  19. EW Center Cuts Pacific Islands Report regional news service, more cuts to come
  20. Trustee wins Ruling in Maui Industrial Ponzi Scheme Case
  21. Hawaii County urged to purchase Banyan's Beach
  22. Paauilo land attracts Lease bidders
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Monday, November 14, 2011
November 14, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:15 PM :: 15526 Views
  1. Video: Makana, Wearing “Occupy” T-Shirt, Plays Protest Song at APEC Dinner for Obama, World Leaders—Nobody Notices
  2. Tim Lussier elected Hawai‘i Pacific Univ Student Body President
  3. Detroit-based Website Takes Aim at Honolulu GOP Treasurer over ties to Radcliffe, Gambling
  4. Maggie’s List Endorses Linda Lingle for U.S. Senate
  5. Mafia-Connected FirstWind Got $117M in Federal Loans for Kahuku Windfarm
  6. Study Examines the State of Faith in Hawaii
  7. Duke Aiona to speak on “A life of service”
  8. State-funded Marketing, Manipulation to target Big Wind opposition
  9. How Will APEC Be Remembered?
  10. HPD helps Sovereignty Activists Block Traffic, Convicted Felon Henry Noa gets Attention from Chinese Dictator
  11. Thousands get stuck in "Carmageddon"
  12. CB: Inside the Occupy Honolulu Encampment
  13. Hundreds of Guard troops called to duty
  14. Spear Bill would take aim at Drug Dealing MDs, Pharmacists
  15. SA: Strive to retain International Marketplace's charm
  16. Dudley: Ho'opili farming initiative is a myth
  17. Lincoln Ashida to run for Hawaii County prosecutor
  18. Kauai Volunteers stage Massive beach Cleanup, Find no Plastic
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Sunday, November 13, 2011
November 13, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:53 PM :: 20488 Views
  1. SAVE Act: Should Akaka Tribe be able to Arrest, Prosecute, and Imprison Non-Tribal Members?
  2. Potemkin Village, Hawaiian Style?
  3. Obama Quest for Free Trade Gets Resistance from Hawaii Congressional Delegation
  4. Utilizing the Tax System to Track the Economy
  5. Abercrombie, Inouye, Chu huddle with Green Energy Scammers, Enjoy Test Bed
  6. Obamacare Preview: Hawaii Cancer patients denied Chemo over drug shortage
  7. Cataluna: Audit the DoE
  8. Falun Gong Chase Communists out of News Conference
  9. Waikiki for APEC: “There are snipers in there everywhere”
  10. Obama loses support Even at Punahou
  11. Maoists, Perfessers Protest APEC
  12. New law will speed business travel to Asia
  13. 500,000 Oxycodone in 3 months: Pill Mill Operator Opens Clinic on Kauai
  14. Soft-on-Crime Crowd pushes to Let Criminals out of Prison
  15. Gay Travelers Throbbing, Excited over Hawaiian Civil Unions
  16. Star-Adv: Food Security means more Pork to Eradicate Porkers
  17. Star-Adv gives yet another Dive Operator a Chance to Attack Aquarium Collectors
  18. Oregon Newspaper Profiles Pastor Wayne Cordeiro of New Hope
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Saturday, November 12, 2011
November 12, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:53 PM :: 16421 Views
  1. Abercrombie: From now on Furloughs will be Referred to as “Dil-Wops”
  2. ABC News: Will Lingle Win Hawaii Senate Seat?
  3. US Marshalls Seize Assets of Stephens Media Copyright Trolls
  4. Stacey Djou: Honoring Our Nation’s Veterans
  5. VIDEO: Hawaii GOP Chair David Chang, Republican Veterans talk about meaning of Veterans Day
  6. Lingle Manager, Maj General Robert G. F. Lee to Speak on Maui
  7. Hawaii Friends of NRA to Meet this Weekend
  8. APEC: Sopogy, Traffic and other Embarrassments
  9. IBEW Returns to Work at Hawaiian Tel
  10. Shapiro: How can David Chang Fail?
  11. Kiaaina To Quit OHA For CD2 Race
  12. Falun Gong: How ‘bout Quitting Communism, Hu?
  13. Nobody Cares about APEC
  14. Honolulu Council Districts Finalized—Designed to Pit Pine against Berg
  15. Protesters to Greet Obama on Windward Shore
  16. WSJ: Inouye has Paterno-like Longevity
  17. Bankrupt hospitals to get cash from new lender
  18. Patient escapes psychiatric hospital and remains at large despite search
  19. Treatment for drug convicts funded
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Friday, November 11, 2011
November 11, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:52 PM :: 4818 Views
  1. The History of Veterans Day
  2. Just in Time for APEC: IBEW Strikes HawaiianTel
  3. VIDEO: Paranoia Strikes Occupy Maui (Hilarious)
  4. Stacey Djou: Thank you, veterans, for your sacrifices
  5. Star-Advertiser: UPW Furlough days are “Directed Leave”
  6. Hawaii Tax Revenues Up 8%
  7. Hawaii Public Pension Fund Lost $1.4 Billion Since June
  8. Judge dismisses appeal from HSTA for relief
  9. Suddenly Governor's future looks Bright and Gay with Oshiro
  10. Attendance below expectations for meeting of corporate leaders
  11. US Chamber Won’t Back China Visa Wavers
  12. Hawaii Homeless, Occupy Protest Symbolize American Weakness, Chinese Power
  13. Maoists, Homeless Concentrate Forces at Old Stadium Park
  14. Homeless Sweeps Push More Bums to Accept Shelter
  15. Waikiki McDonald's Shooting Victim’s Family Lawyer Story Changes Again
  16. New Jersey education official chosen headmaster of Kamehameha Schools
  17. After 13 Years, Sovereignty Scammer Gets One Year in Jail—Homeless Victims Angry
  18. Sovereignty Activists Recruiting Prisoners in Arizona
  19. Hoku's loss widens to $7.9M (Hawaii’s very own Solyndra)
  20. Hawaii woman charged with $510,000 investment fraud
  21. Hawaii Biofool does Boeing Contract
  22. Hawaii County Redistricting map finalized
  23. Marines seek new aircraft for Hawaii operations
  24. UH Mānoa Library Features Exhibit on University of Hawai'i Veterans
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Thursday, November 10, 2011
November 10, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:41 PM :: 14327 Views
  1. UPW Wins 13 Furlough Days, Abercrombie deploys Euphemism
  2. Horner: Impossible to Argue Against Auditing the DoE
  3. Iolani Palace Director Blasts Abercrombie’s Closure Decision
  4. Sovereignty Activists Allegedly Attempting to Steal Old Man’s Estate Allegedly Burn papers Rather than Answer Subpoena
  5. Falun Gong "Brutally persecuted in China" “People are being Killed”
  6. ILind: One small part of Waikiki reported the highest number of serious assaults of any area on Oahu in 2009
  7. Even Prostitutes Are Bored with APEC
  8. Honolulu loses 15,300 private-sector jobs in four years
  9. ILWU political committee endorses Hannemann
  10. Waikiki shooting victim had alcohol in system
  11. Military presence in Hawaii helps preserve regional peace and stability
  12. Community Speaks up in Defense of Military Training at Pohakuloa
  13. Bennies: Hold Haseko accountable for promises made to Ewa Beach community
  14. Oi: Build Honolulu upward or outward, but not both
  15. Hawaii foreclosures drop 66% year over year
  16. Hawaii County Bureaucrats close Keauhou community market
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Wednesday, November 9, 2011
November 9, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:41 PM :: 16413 Views
  1. Lingle Unveils Platform Videos
  2. David Chang Elected Hawaii Republican Chair
  3. Senate Hearing: Should Akaka Tribe be able to Arrest, Prosecute and Imprison Non-Tribal Members?
  4. Attorney: Why is Hawaii Getting Free Pass on Voting Rights Act Violations?
  5. US Tax Foundation Debunks Abercrombie's Soda Tax
  6. SA: Obama’s Big Mouth cost Hawaii 16% Drop in Convention Business
  7. Henry Curtis: Abercrombie is “Depressing, Distressing and Uninformed”
  8. SA: Spending Money to Create 150 HGEA and UPW Positions is Vital
  9. Slom: Stop the Spending: Hawaii's Finances Need to Be Controlled
  10. Legislature: Opening Day Festivities at the Hawaii Capitol Cancelled for 2012
  11. Homeless Drug Addicts Return To Area Cleared By DOT
  12. Events planned to remember those who served the nation
  13. Federal Judges to Disrespect Veterans in order to Avoid Inconveniencing Arrested Protesters
  14. Star-Adv Complains of Leniency: Officer Charged with Murder after Shooting Allegedly Knife-Wielding Man
  15. Nobody Cares About APEC:
  16. APEC Protest Roundup:
  17. Waikiki Shooting Roundup:
  18. Planning panel approves Sempra’s Auwahi wind farm
  19. Pay Megabucks to Save 37,695 Children from DoE
  20. Military to Provide Free Medical Care on Kauai
  21. A&B profits plummeted 66% during third quarter
  22. 5% of Hawaii homeowners delinquent
  23. County buys Kawa Bay land occupied by Sovereignty Killer
  24. Kokubun Approves Waiawi Bio-Control Project
  25. De-Listing the Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle?
  26. Call to Ban Sex Trafficking Ads Gains Momentum
  27. Favorite state survey ranks Hawaii, warm-weather mainland states as top picks
  28. Hawaii Reporter Columnist Mike Fox Dies After Battle with Cancer
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Tuesday, November 8, 2011
November 8, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:53 PM :: 16299 Views
  1. One Herman Cain Accuser Works in Obama Administration, Another Lived With David Axelrod
  2. ‘America’s Battalion’ arrives in Afghanistan from Kaneohe
  3. Blake Oshiro to Quit Legislature, Take Job in Abercrombie’s Floundering Administration
  4. Full Text: Abercrombie Admin Defends Judicial Selection Secrecy in Court
  5. Accountability at Issue: Hearings Set to Discuss Changes to Charter School Laws
  6. Hawaii Congressional Delegation: How they Voted November 7, 2011
  7. Kauai Workshops Will Demystify Legislative Process
  8. Horizon Lines Reports $126M Loss in 3rd Quarter
  9. SPLC ties Tucson shooter to leader of Hawaiian Sovereignty Movement, Iolani Palace takeover
  10. Sovereignty activist 'tortures' children
  11. Did Angry Divorcee Lead Iolani Palace Takeover?
  12. Sovereignty Activists arrested after refusing to leave Iolani Palace grounds
  13. Honolulu TSA Screeners Investigated for catching Too Many Illegals and Drug Smugglers
  14. Honolulu: Maoist Lynch Mob Demands Federal Agent’s Head
  15. Conflicting Stories Told About Waikiki Shooting
  16. Hawaiian Telcom complains of union coercion
  17. Honolulu Convention Center Loses nearly $4M a year
  18. HMC lender extends financing until Nov. 10
  19. Hawaii’s Act 48 – New Foreclosure Law Flounders
  20. Hawaii hotels rode high in September
  21. Hawaii's Watershed Moment: Killing Trees to Save Water
  22. Gun dealer convicted of fraud conspiracy, income tax evasion
  23. Kauai Hydro outreach efforts under way
  24. End the council gas stipend, says Yagong
  25. Circuit Court denies county motion Against Affordable Housing Project
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Monday, November 7, 2011
November 7, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:44 PM :: 15738 Views
  1. Name and Shame? Obama May Go Public with Inouye’s Funding Requests
  2. Occupy Honolulu: Waikiki Shooting was “Round One”
  3. UHPA Endorses Occupy Wall Street
  4. David Chang Elected Hawaii Republican Chair
  5. HPD Releases APEC Road Closure Schedule
  6. Knife Recovered from Scene of Waikiki Shooting
  7. Hawaii Should Lose Race to the Top Funds Because of HSTA Sabotage
  8. Hawaii Electricity Rates in the Nation—Urban Honolulu is 150% of Rural Alaska Rates
  9. APEC Makeover Before and After Shots
  10. Thinking about public policy and Waikiki violence
  11. Berg: West Oahu Should Secede From Honolulu
  12. Rep Kym Pine backs Recreational Lagoon at Oneula
  13. Former Council Member Rod Tam's Ability to Collect Unemployment Shows Government Protects Its Own
  14. Premium rate hikes need tough scrutiny
  15. Should IBEW Emulate Occupy Wall Street?
  16. Sovereignty Activists Hold Election—Only 106 Voters Participate Statewide
  17. Trust Fund Babies, Hippies Occupy Kauai, Give Thanks for Smart Phones!
  18. WHT: Saying thanks to our nation's veterans
  19. Term limits to shake up Hawaii Co council
  20. DoE Worker gets 10 years for electronic enticement
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Sunday, November 6, 2011
November 6, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:05 PM :: 14545 Views
  1. Occupy Honolulu: Waikiki Shooting was “Round One”
  2. Giuliani Video: OWS Is Millstone Around Obama's Neck That Will Take Presidency Down
  3. Former Waipahu High School Manager Charged with Money Laundering
  4. Abercrombie: Forests Worth $14B of Your Money, Orders $11M spent to Create 150 HGEA, UPW Positions
  5. HR Video: Interview With Lawyers for Human Trafficking Victims
  6. Federal agent from mainland arrested for killing man in Waikiki
  7. Obama to Renew Push for Free Trade at APEC
  8. Borreca: Abercrombie is an Outlier of Failure
  9. Abercrombie: A Failure to Miscommunicate
  10. Case: Hirono beholden to Special Interests
  11. Star-Adv APEC Roundup:
  12. Maui: Occupy Wall Street solidarity
  13. Molokai: Legislators hear a united opposition to Big Wind
  14. Panel: Cutting, combining boards could save money
  15. Lahaina Halloween Triumphant
  16. Army looks to upgrade Pohakuloa
  17. Matayoshi: Hawaii succeeding in improving its schools
  18. Homeownership: Consuelo Foundation Does the Job the State Won’t
  19. Profitable Non-Profit Seeks Profit from Scenic Byway Proposal
  20. Dreams of his mother: Obama's Sydney connection
  21. Website displays documents from Hawaiian Kingdom
  22. Scenic donkey rescuers attend California Donkey Town 2011
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Saturday, November 5, 2011
November 5, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:10 PM :: 13560 Views
  1. Abercrombie Proposes another $11M in Spending
  2. Hannemann has been Rejected by 2nd CD Voters Before
  3. Former Waipahu High School business manager charged with theft, money laundering of $500K
  4. Zhou Enlai Peace Prize to Push Back against China’s Nobel Embarrassment
  5. Brothers Want U.S. To Pay Attorneys Fees After Failed Aloun Farms Trial
  6. Wahiawa Veterans Day Parade Should Not Be Canceled Because of APEC Conference
  7. Star-Adv Hassles Marines over Animal testing
  8. SA: Private and public schools can work together to help all Hawaii students
  9. SA: HMC needs financial cure
  10. Kauai Water board approves rate increase
  11. 4,000 Elevators Overdue For Safety Inspections
  12. FACE Renews Push for State Bank
  13. After 5 Years, Smoking Law Still Lacks Enforcement
  14. Kauai Homeless Attack Easter Seals
  15. No Payoff for Walter Ritte: Molokai protesters Greet Mini-Cruise Yacht
  16. New Book Touts Obama’s Muslim Heritage, Upbringing
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Friday, November 4, 2011
November 4, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:51 PM :: 11424 Views
  1. UHERO: Hawaii’s recovery pace has slowed to a standstill this year
  2. Calif. Treasurer: Hidden Clause in Millionaire Tax means Less CIP Money for Rail, Sand Island
  3. Small Business Tax: Lingle Campaign pushes back against Deceptive Tactics from Opponents
  4. Nobel Pushback: “Zhou Enlai Peace Institute” formed to Offer Competing Peace Prize
  5. High-Speed Rail: Debunking Obama's Latest Jobs Myth
  6. Big Island Residents Push Back Against Plastic Bag Ban
  7. Detroit Gambling Promoters Using 10-Year-Old Study to Re-Ignite Case for Gambling in Hawaii
  8. Collusion: FBI Investigating Hawaii School Bus Companies
  9. Why Didn't Audits Catch Lack of School Bus Competition? – Because the weren’t any!
  10. A Bumpy Ride For Neil’s Canoe
  11. 'Gambling in Hawaii' poised for replay at the Legislature—But Inouye only Supports Tribal Gaming
  12. Hawaiian Electric profits up Due to Green Energy Scams, Decoupling
  13. HPD Officer Pleads No Contest In Fraud Case
  14. Honolulu Presents Final Plan to Prevent $7.9M Grant Repayment
  15. City's unemployment rate inched higher in September
  16. Hawaii Politicians Can File for Unemployment Benefits
  17. HGEA’s Perreira re-elected to lead Hawaii State AFL-CIO
  18. Maoists, OHA Cronies Team up to Disrupt APEC Event at UH Manoa
  19. Wealthy Retirees, Trust Fund Babies Conspiracy Theorists Team up for Occupy Kona
  20. Boylan: Obama Didn’t Handle Economic Crisis Well
  21. Caldwell Raising Money For Carlisle Rematch—Or paying off Debts?
  22. Tax Cheat Hooser Chickens out of CD2 Run
  23. Hilo Democrat attorney Marx announces U.S. House candidacy
  24. Kona vs Hilo on County Redistricting:
  25. Maui woman pleads not guilty to federal Ponzi charge
  26. EXCLUSIVE: Kailua parents claim daughter was bullied at kid's club
  27. Stupid Doper rejects $1000 plea deal, gets 30 days and 10 years probation
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Thursday, November 3, 2011
November 3, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:32 PM :: 14313 Views
  1. David Chang Announces Candidacy for Hawaii Republican Chair
  2. 442nd legacy takes Soldiers from 'enemy aliens' to heroes
  3. Hawaii At Bottom of Future Economic Performance Rankings
  4. Just in Time for APEC: HKG Thugs Demand Iolani Palace Staff Leave
  5. Hawaii Superintendent's Lesson — Keep Your Head in the Sand
  6. Jackbooted PBS Thugs Seeking Profit, Drive Poor Sick Homeless Women and Children off Vacant Land
  7. Big Wind hits road blocks from State Procurement Office, Public Utilities Commission & the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs
  8. Council Rejects New Rail Vote 7-2
  9. Department of Justice motion to delay Global Horizons human trafficking case is denied
  10. Star-Advertiser Parent Company Reduces Losses Annual Report
  11. Hawaii’s Futile Congressional Delegation Introduces Futile Bill to Make Feds Pay for COFA
  12. Black Students in Hawaii Top Nation, Texas Second
  13. SA: Early education can improve test scores
  14. HPD Officer Flees to Morocco After Rape Conviction?
  15. Activists Demand School be Closed to Open Kulani Prison
  16. Rail Shifted From Airport, But Strip Club Stays
  17. Safeway Apologizes, Drops Shoplifting Charges Against Couple, But Sting Still Lingers
  18. Obama to Hold Fundraiser in Honolulu After APEC
  19. UH Astronomers: The Sun Causes Climate Change
  20. Homosexuals Outline Word Games Designed to Trick you into Changing Marriage
  21. Poll finds gas costs cut holiday budgets
  22. Revised fire hydrant rules lets building resume
  23. HAMAKUA: Yagong objects to redistricting Plan A
  24. Hawaii County Residents Push Back Against building Code Changes
  25. Researchers Dump red blocks in Hawaii waters
  26. Landfill getting full as Kauai county studies new site
  27. New Book on Hawaiian Missionaries


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Wednesday, November 2, 2011
November 2, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:35 PM :: 21724 Views
  1. Strike Ready: IBEW Urges HawaiianTel Workers to Clean Out Lockers
  2. Strange Bedfellows: Hawaii's Former Governor & Detroit's Gambling Promoter?
  3. A Portal to the Past: What Hawaiian Kingdom Property Taxes Tell Us
  4. After School Bus Contractors Are Busted for Bid Rigging, Abercrombie Offers $20M to Line their Pockets
  5. Abercrombie Crony Demands More Consultant Money to Fix Historic Preservation Office
  6. Could Have Got 24 years, Rod Tam Gets Two Days, and Deferred Acceptance
  7. Waimanalo Gulch is scheduled to stop receiving municipal solid waste by July 31
  8. APEC Summit Agenda Released
  9. OHA, Maoists Team up to Trash APEC
  10. SA: Humans are a Disease
  11. FACE Opposes Free Trade, APEC
  12. Kaiser seeks 8.8% increase because Old People Aren’t Dying Fast Enough
  13. Manipulation of Hawaii’s Court System Keeps Car Dealer from Manslaughter Trial
  14. SA: UH Should Save Money by Boosting Online Learning
  15. Tsunami Debris becomes Excuse for $1M Pork
  16. City to Feds: Pay Us $37 Million For Hosting APEC
  17. HNN SPECIAL REPORT: Meth in the work place
  18. Drug testing for Dopey Hawaii Co. councilmembers moves forward
  19. Kauai County weighs 51% water rate hike
  20. Danner Sisters Jump in on Green Energy Scam
  21. FACT CHECK — White House: Waianae Among Hawaii's Poorest Areas
  22. Isle soldiers return to volatile area
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Tuesday, November 1, 2011
November 1, 2011 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:37 PM :: 5263 Views
  1. 442nd legacy takes Soldiers from 'enemy aliens' to heroes
  2. Akaka Introduces Bill to Give Tribal Authorities Legal Jurisdiction over Non-Tribal Members
  3. NAEP: Hawaii DoE Still Below Average but leads in Growth
  4. Hawaii Congressional Delegation: How They Voted October 31
  5. Kawamura Earns Top Award from National Association of Budget Officers
  6. Borreca: One Paragraph Akaka Bill a ‘Hail Mary’ with More History than Support
  7. Hawaii State Liabilities Climb by $5.2B in Two Years
  8. Taken for a Ride: State Did Little to Stop Runaway School Bus Costs
  9. Hirono Misses 3% of Roll Call Votes
  10. Rail Lawsuit Ruling, Oral Arguments Soon
  11. Deadline Day for Honolulu HUD Response
  12. Sentencing for former councilmember Rod Tam set for Today
  13. Hawaiian Electric to Keep Importing Biofuel
  14. Hawaiian Telcom union OKs strike to Defend 26-weeks Paid Sick Leave
  15. Two Workers don’t Show Up and East Oahu Traffic Jams
  16. Honolulu metro ranks 55th for number of businesses
  17. Vice Principal Put Fake Bomb on Desk for Hours
  18. Strong Failures fight to Protect their Jobs in DoE Windward Castle Complex
  19. After Vandalizing Sign, Anti-Capitalists Force UH Manoa to Remove Welcome APEC
  20. Lawsuit Attempt to Silence KCC Student
  21. Big Island Farm Owner Speaks Out About EEOC Investigation
  22. Hawaii County Paying $175/ton for Recycling
  23. Kauai Council Imposes Solar over Gas
  24. Coral Pietsch, Nominated for Judge, United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims
  25. Michelle Obama Schedule in Hawaii for APEC Meeting
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