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Monday, May 31, 2021
Letters to the Editor May, 2021
By Letters to the Editor @ 8:42 PM :: 3099 Views
  • COVID Debt Spending Has Brought Capitalism to an End
  • Unemployment Pays too Much
  • Common sense modification to Safe Travels criteria
  • Without the Jones Act we Would Starve
  • Ala Moana Park bathrooms filthy
  • Legislators Must Fund 988 Suicide Lifeline
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Monday, May 31, 2021
May 31, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:16 PM :: 1757 Views
  1. PPP Loan Feeds Locations LLC dispute--turns onetime friends into enemies
  2. Hawaii County to get First-Ever Volcano Evacuation Plan
  3. COVID Restrictions Still Step on Wedding businesses
  4. Police Attempted to stop speeding driver before fatal Waikiki crash—he’s dead because he didn’t pull over
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Sunday, May 30, 2021
May 30, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:32 PM :: 3246 Views
  1. Act 14: Military and Students will be Counted for Apportionment—Big Island Dems Threaten Trumpy Lawsuit
  2. HB869: Legislators Approve $500M Tax Free Bonds for Insiders Without a Plan
  3. Aloha Stadium: Private developer to rake in megabucks from Taxpayers thanks to State’s Bogus Bond Deals
  4. Don’t count on the tourism golden goose since Hawaii’s economy will take years to recover
  5. Hawaii: Don’t Eat the Campaign Contributors 
  6. Hawaii vacation rentals were nearly 67% occupied in April
  7. State orders Grand Naniloa to pay $615K in back rent
  8. Squatters: Communities look for new ways to combat persistent problem
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Saturday, May 29, 2021
May 29, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:41 PM :: 3488 Views
  1. Fraud and Corruption: Federal Investigators Have HART’s Secret Board Minutes
  2. With more than half of Hawaii vaccinated, Blangiardi seeks to ease restrictions
  3. State health director says younger populations are testing positive for COVID
  4. As COVID-19 restrictions ease, Hawaii restaurants struggle to hire workers
  5. Honolulu’s new city prosecutor stops massage parlor, prostitution raids
  6. Hawaii State Hospital full of Dangerous Homeless Drug Addicts ordered there by Courts
  7. Missile defense test ‘fails’ off Kauai following appearance by Russian spy ship
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Friday, May 28, 2021
May 28, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:39 PM :: 1870 Views
  1. COVID Construction 2020 Sets New Record
  2. Hawaii Tourism Authority monitoring 'extreme growth' of visitors to the islands
  3. Hawaii governor weighing whether to decriminalize emergency rule-breaking to a costly ticket
  4. Ballard Refusing to Return Blangiardi Phone Calls
  5. Civil Beat Law Center Sues Prosecutor For Release Of Sykap Shooting Video
  6. SHOPO Resists Body Cams for CRU, Plainclothes
  7. Faced with ‘use it or lose it’ deadline, tourism authority allocates funding
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Thursday, May 27, 2021
May 27, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:20 PM :: 1601 Views
  1. If the state hits a vaccination rate of 70%, Kauai will end mandated restrictions
  2. Norwegian Cruise Line plans to restart Hawaii operations in November
  3. State unveils $160M high-security psychiatric facility at the Hawaii State Hospital
  4. More Homeless Mayhem: Man, 51, arrested after he allegedly punches officer in McCully-Moiliili
  5. 8 convictions in 9 years--finally gets shot
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Wednesday, May 26, 2021
May 26, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:35 PM :: 1940 Views
  1. CoR: Increasing vaccination rates upgrade Hawaii’s economic forecast
  2. Hawaii planning incentive program to boost vaccinations
  3. University of Hawaii floats plan to reopen campuses to public, end telework policy
  4. BoE to Loot COVID Money and Give it to HSTA
  5. Miske awaiting DOJ decision on death penalty
  6. Miske News: Beverly Hills Lawyer Gets IATSE Exec Board Member out of Jail
  7. Former hokulea crewmember pleads guilty for role in drug ring
  8. Lawyer Exploits Grand Jury Mix-up to Get Alleged Rapist off easy
  9. Ex-Honolulu lieutenant in Kealoha corruption case must report to prison pending appeal
  10. Judge orders some records released in Lindani Myeni shooting
  11. Maui Police Commission Won’t Discipline Former Police Chief For So-Called Hit-And-Run
  12. State says readings indicate latest Red Hill fuel spill not contained; Navy claims data is inaccurate
  13. New Hawaii State Veterans Home Is Being Built On Land Designated For Affordable Housing After NIMBYs Reject Diamond Head, Aiea Sites
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Tuesday, May 25, 2021
May 25, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:51 PM :: 2840 Views
  1. Surprise: Caldwell Lied about Important Agricultural Lands Law
  2. Opponents pleased with ruling: State Supreme Court remands Honua Ola case to PUC
  3. College Enrollment Dropping
  4. UH May be Able to recoup Budget Cuts from Other Funds
  5. TMT foes challenge declaration that work has begun
  6. Floating Offshore Wind Turbines Proposed for Waikiki
  7. State should reconsider vision for new stadium
  8. Independent Samoa: China-Backed Ruler Refuses to Step Aside After Losing Election
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Monday, May 24, 2021
May 24, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 8:20 PM :: 2514 Views
  1. Hawaii’s tax future now in Gov. David Ige’s hands
  2. HSTA: Our $2,200 is Justified by the Other Free Money We Got
  3. Big Isle energy plant Hu Honua Bioenergy wins Hawaii Supreme Court appeal
  4. Bed bugs keep unemployment call center at Hawaii Convention Center closed
  5. Maskless Tourist Wins Fight in Lahaina
  6. Honolulu Police Don’t Always Turn On Their Body Cams. That Needs To Change, Commissioners Say
  7. Senate Bill Would Make It Harder To Scrutinize Government Contract Awards, Critics Say
  8. Hawaii is the only state requiring and spending millions on COVID-19 testing
  9. Sustainability Means You Give me an Office on Campus and I tell you how to Live
  10. Surfing: NYT Invents Hawaii Flag Controversy for Olympics
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Sunday, May 23, 2021
May 23, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:49 PM :: 3068 Views
  1. No Bid Contract: Hawaiian Telcom Scores $25 Million After Ige Writes it into State of State Speech
  2. Grandiose Projects Fail Again and Again
  3. Honolulu police robo-dog plays mean game of fetch with tax dollars
  4. Hawaii food prices continue to rise
  5. When will cruises return?
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Saturday, May 22, 2021
May 22, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:41 PM :: 2091 Views
  1. Now that All the Money has been Stolen, Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation board begins taking steps to curb fraud and abuse
  2. HSTA Game Plan: After Ige Vetoes HB613, BoE Will Approve $2,200 Cash Bonanza
  3. DOE struggles to find teachers willing to stick around for summer school
  4. Ige Hoping Vaccinated can Fly Without Test July 4th
  5. Maui County Budget Features $20M Tax Hikes
  6. Sykap Family Sues Honolulu Police, Alleging Wrongful Death Of Teen
  7. Kapolei Energy Storage project to proceed with construction
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Friday, May 21, 2021
May 21, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:26 PM :: 2637 Views
  1. Hawai'i Supreme Court Paeahu Solar Appeal—“Collusive Behavior”
  2. Eighty-six percent of Hawaii businesses are struggling to fill open positions
  3. Hawaii’s unemployment rate plunged to 8.5% in April—Still Highest in USA
  4. Hawaii’s hotel occupancy at 51% in April
  5. Honolulu posts smallest rent increase for single-family homes
  6. Council chair considers action to force HPD to release bodycam videos in fatal teen shooting
  7. 2nd Kealoha co-conspirator wants to put off prison pending appeal
  8. Hawaii County Council Reinstates ‘Reelect Me’ Slush Fund
  9. Corrupt DPP Wants Power to Foreclose on So-Called ‘monster homes’
  10. Bumbling Hawaii Officials Could Lose 100s of federal housing vouchers for homeless
  11. Thieves, vandals create rough road ahead for Biki bike-share system in Hawaii
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Thursday, May 20, 2021
May 20, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:21 PM :: 2258 Views
  1. Dela Cruz UH funding cuts designed to be Replaced by ARPA Funds?
  2. Hawaii poised to change unemployment rules to get more people back to work
  3. Oahu prepares for possibility of eviction moratorium expiring
  4. Hawaii unemployment assistance call center closed until Monday for bed bug control treatment
  5. Virtual Hearing Today -- Hawai`i Supreme Court Tackles TMT & Mauna Kea
  6. The cost to visit Maui could go up as mayor eyes new taxes, fees for tourists
  7. Maui Police Commission split over allowing ex-chief to retire in ‘good standing’
  8. ACLU Accuses HPD Officer Of Bias In Favor Of Business Partner
  9. Ex-jail guard who was attacked while serving time sues, saying his injuries were ignored
  10. Honolulu police crack down on illegal gambling houses
  11. Fentanyl from Mexican cartels coming into Hawaii as overdoses rise
  12. Got a Kid?  Get $250 per Month Free Money from the Sky
  13. Rental Cars are booked until early August
  14. COVID-19 cluster at Kaimuki church covered up by congregation, text messages show
  15. Harris To Asian Americans: Turn Pain And Outrage Into Political Power
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Wednesday, May 19, 2021
May 19, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:55 PM :: 2454 Views
  1. Honolulu Councilwoman Wants More Racial Data Collected
  2. Questions raised on how much longer Hawaii Gov. Ige can invoke emergency powers
  3. No Vax Required for UH Staff, Faculty
  4. Probable cases will raise Hawaii’s COVID case count by 1,600
  5. 20 of Hawaii’s 40 jail and prison guard recruits test positive for COVID
  6. Local Businesses Optimistic About Next 12 Months
  7. Jobs Go Begging but Council Wants to Create Make-Work program
  8. Prosecutor: Body cam footage in fatal police shootings to be withheld for at least 30 days
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Tuesday, May 18, 2021
May 18, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:22 PM :: 2370 Views
  1. Rail bond deal has financial ties to HART chair
  2. Redrawing Of Hawaii’s Political Boundaries Could Stretch Into Early 2022
  3. Ige: No DOE vaccination requirement for fall
  4. More than 9,000 have already taken advantage of inter-island ‘vaccine passport’ program
  5. Ige Says Slew Of Pandemic Rule Changes In The Works
  6. Honolulu prosecutor's office begin independent investigations in officer-involved shootings of Sykap, Myeni
  7. Reelect Me Money:  Hawaii County Council members seek to increase discretionary funding
  8. Securing Hawaii’s power grid is ongoing and costly task
  9. Sen. Mazie Hirono of Hawaii doesn't care if you think she's 'out of control'
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Monday, May 17, 2021
May 17, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:43 PM :: 3399 Views
  1. Hawaii’s Fishermen Are Worried About China’s Fleet. So Is The Military
  2. With TVRs Down from COVID, DOTAX, DPP Send Investigators to Finish Them Off
  3. Kauai Mayor Dreams of  $18M/yr from 3% TAT Hike
  4. HB499 Really About Pohakuloa?
  5. Hawaii’s Fishermen Are Worried About China’s Fleet. So Is The Military
  6. $25 billion bill in Congress seeks to speed up modernization of Pearl Harbor
  7. Will Death of Colt Brennan Lead to Mental Health Reform?   
  8. The Investigation Into The Ex-Maui Police Chief’s Alleged Hit And Run Is In
  9. How Juul Got Vaporized
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Sunday, May 16, 2021
May 16, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:14 PM :: 2241 Views
  1. HB862: Teachers Rip Off Hotel Workers Too
  2. Rail: Keystone Cops Rearrange Deck Chairs on Titanic
  3. The Curious Incident Of Colleen Hanabusa And HART
  4. Steve Alm: Weed and Seed for Chinatown
  5. Drug deaths in Honolulu hit 5-year high in 2020
  6. Erratic Green Energy Caused Island-Wide Blackout on Kauai
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Saturday, May 15, 2021
May 15, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:33 PM :: 2870 Views
  1. Surprise: Green Energy is Oil (and Electricity will Cost 2-3 Times More)
  2. 'Follow the Science:' Restaurant Owners Want Governor to Relax Mask, Distance Restrictions  
  3. Backlog of DUI cases cleared using plea deals which wipe criminal record
  4. HPD arrests suspect in connection with setting a homeless man on fire
  5. NYT: A Police Shooting in Hawaii Has South Africans Demanding Justice
  6. Honolulu poised to pay $1M settlement for 2017 HPD fatal shooting of burglar
  7. One Sykap brother assigned a July court date, the other still on the loose
  8. Honolulu Police Department’s robotic dog, Spot, used to check homeless for COVID
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Friday, May 14, 2021
May 14, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 3:17 PM :: 2082 Views
  1. Trade groups, unions urge veto of 3% TAT Hike
  2. Hawaii Has A Lot Of Unemployed People. But Companies Still Can’t Find Help
  3. Hawaii Will Maintain Mask Rules Despite New CDC Guidance, Governor Says
  4. State epidemiologist says Hawaii is ‘close’ to reaching herd immunity
  5. Summer School  ‘Last Chance’ To Catch Up Before New School Year
  6. Hawaii Gov Should Veto New Red-Light Camera Program
  7. City requests gag order in Lindani Myeni case
  8. SpaceX plans to send Starship to Kauai via space
  9. Next Boondoggle: Ala Wai Canal Scheme up to $651M and Counting
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Thursday, May 13, 2021
May 13, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:40 PM :: 3795 Views
  1. HART to pay Hitachi $130,000 a day for trains that are not carrying passengers
  2. Honolulu Rail Chief Says Ridership Projections Have Dropped
  3. At Least Seven Plea-Deals in Miske Case So Far
  4. Kealoha ‘Mailbox Case’ co-conspirator asks to stay out of jail while he pursues appeal
  5. Taxpayers On Hook For $2.3M To Settle Legal Claims Against The State
  6. Uptick in assaults around Ala Moana has many calling for action
  7. Housing especially scarce for ex-convicts during COVID-19
  8. When will people on unemployment in Hawaii have to start searching for jobs again?
  9. Hawaii saw 78K visitors over Mother's Day weekend as many return to travel
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Wednesday, May 12, 2021
May 12, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:02 PM :: 2071 Views
  1. 'Frankenbill' would suspend tax exemptions for some Hawaii businesses
  2. Res 21-116: Stop Rail at Middle Street  
  3. Ex-Navatek CEO accused of virus loan fraud pleads not guilty
  4. The Local-Versus-Outsider Leadership Debate Continues
  5. Incoming Hawaii Teachers Union Chief Offers Changes In Style Not Substance
  6. Ex-police chief to lead board review on police shootings
  7. Hawaii Family Forum member survey exposes strong anti-vaccine sentiment
  8. How one state worker helped open the door to Cryptocurrency in Hawai‘i
  9. Vendor Fined $65K for Setting up Beach Chairs
  10. Small Farmers Deserve Better Support Than The ADC Has Provided
  11. More Homeless Mayhem: Man, 39, in critical condition after suspect sets him on fire in downtown Honolulu
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Tuesday, May 11, 2021
May 11, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:35 PM :: 3897 Views
  1. Rolling Blackouts Coming: HECO-PUC Blame Game
  2. Honolulu City Council resolution urges rail to stop at Middle Street
  3. Bill to increase lodging tax could stifle visitor industry, some say
  4. HSTA Blackmail: If you want Teachers to Start Working Again, Give us the $2,200 Cash Money    
  5. UH budget tripped up by Dela Cruz pork
  6. Hawaii businesses say too many loopholes keep employees from coming back to work
  7. Hawaii Burns Thru $18B
  8. Hawaii Among Top Vaccination States—Over 70% have one shot 
  9. Ex-Honolulu police chief Louis Kealoha to visit family near Canadian Border before heading to prison
  10. Molotov Cocktails at Hawaii Supreme Court, Attorney General Office
  11. L&L co-founder Eddie Flores critical of Mayor Rick Blangiardi’s Chinatown efforts
  12. Federal COVID aid is helping to get nearly 1,000 homeless people on Oahu into housing
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Monday, May 10, 2021
May 10, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:00 PM :: 2058 Views
  1. Daily Visitor Count Reaches 75% of Peak    
  2. Will Ige Veto HB862?  Bill cuts off Hawaii Tourism Authority’s funding source
  3. Hawaii tops nation in worrying about COVID-19
  4. It's Time To Drop The COVID-19 Tier System
  5. Why Honolulu’s rail system should end at Middle Street
  6. Hoping to Get COVID, many Hawaii inmates not getting vaccine
  7. The Miske Case: Another Co-Defendant Turns Against Alleged Honolulu Crime Boss
  8. Hawaii Police Shootings Review Board Has At Least A Dozen Cases
  9. Parents left hanging after City's Summer Fun online registration debacle
  10. Big Island On Pace To Meet Renewable Energy Goals In 2 Years
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Sunday, May 9, 2021
May 9, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 8:29 PM :: 2146 Views
  1. Ige Can still Veto Aloha Stadium Boondoggle
  2. HB613 Veto Coming? $2,200 Giveaway to HSTA is Illegal
  3. Legislature looted COVID aid to pay off HSTA
  4. Supporters rally to show their appreciation for law enforcement
  5. Micronesians feel hatred in Hawaii, decry police shooting
  6. Hawaii Abortionists Target Chamorros
  7. Workers wanted: Kaua‘i businessowners say it’s hard to hire good workers
  8. City & County of Honolulu facing potential job losses across departments
  9. Light vehicles in state’s fleet to transition to electric by 2035
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Saturday, May 8, 2021
May 8, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:38 PM :: 2029 Views
  1. With HART facing $3.6B deficit, Blangiardi says rail will likely not make it to Ala Moana
  2. Search for new HPD chief will (pretend to) be expanded to more states than in previous years
  3. Mayor tells Chinatown he’s got a big ‘to do’ list for the area
  4. Mediation Scheme Sticks landlords with Bill for 3,600 COVID Deadbeats
  5. Hawaii is one of two states without a plan or date to fully reopen
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Friday, May 7, 2021
May 7, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:36 PM :: 2461 Views
  1. HGEA Angered by $2,200 HSTA Bonus
  2. Legislature slashes operating funds to UH by 10% over next 2 years
  3. Kealoha victim says settlement talks with city collapsed after ‘slap in the face’ offers
  4. Myeni’s wife, Lindsay, to stay in South Africa for her children’s safety
  5. Concerns raised after Navy contains another fuel leak at Red Hill storage facility
  6. Exposed: Developer’s $65M ‘Affordable’ Housing Trick
  7. Bill passes to impose 5% Hawaii conveyance tax on $10M+ condo sales
  8. SB474 would require Hawaii home sales to disclose sea level rise (but not commercial property)
  9. Some restaurant owners claim they’re having trouble finding workers during the pandemic    
  10. Poll: Voters Split Over Recreational Marijuana
  11. Claim: Saito Will Go Back to Lunatic Asylum After Manini Prison Sentence
  12. HGEA Keeps Opening date in limbo for Hawaii State Hospital’s new facility
  13. Because Green Energy is a Fraud, HECO-PUC Point Fingers Over Rolling Blackouts Coming After Coal, Oil Plant Shutdowns
  14. Rural America Gets Bad Vibrations From Big Wind
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Thursday, May 6, 2021
May 6, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:19 PM :: 2834 Views
  1. Hirono says Honolulu shouldn’t expect more Rail money
  2. Honolulu rail cars rusting, all wheels may need to be replaced
  3. Opportunity Caldwell: 44% Plurality Still Want Rail Built to Ala Moana
  4. New Aloha Stadium, ill-conceived and costly, is losing fans
  5. More than 20,000 Hawaii hotel jobs could be lost despite travel demand
  6. City: CNHA Mishandles Personal information belonging to some Oahu rent relief applicants
  7. Police commission taps assistant chief to lead HPD until a permanent replacement is hired
  8. Ex-MPD officer pleads guilty to soliciting sex in exchange for providing false testimony
  9. How to Resolve Community Conflicts
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Wednesday, May 5, 2021
May 5, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:44 PM :: 2764 Views
  1. Poll: 63% Like Green only 29% Like Caldwell
  2. 63% Fully Vaccinated in Hawaii
  3. Radiant Cordero: Stopping rail at Middle Street won’t save money
  4. Hawaiian Electric Says It Might Pull The Plug On Giant Battery (Rolling Blackouts Coming)
  5. Small Businesses vs OHA Landlordism: Hawaii lawmakers set to extend land lease terms to nearly 100 years
  6. For Maui families to stay on Maui, we need a new affordable housing system
  7. Bringing Back The Pork: Case, Kahele Earmark Requests Revealed
  8. Prosecutors seek maximum sentence for Ken Lawson’s gift to Hawaii--former death row inmate found guilty of robbery
  9. Obeying a police officer’s instructions is part of the social contract we must respect
  10. Blangiardi Drifts without any Policy as Homeless concerns growing in Chinatown
  11. Homeless’ Dogs Get Microchips and Meds, but Meth Addict Owners not Forced into Housing
  12. Skydiving gets 6-month extension at Dillingham airfield
  13. University of Hawaii graduate assistants sue for right to unionize
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Tuesday, May 4, 2021
May 4, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 2:12 PM :: 2611 Views
  1. Escape Gambit Works:  Saito to be released from Prison Soon
  2. Not-a-Pimp McCoy Guilty of Robbery
  3. Hawaii Safe Travels getting help from company that developed New York’s COVID-19 ‘vaccine passport’
  4. Gov. Ige mulls vaccination mandate for State Employees
  5. Public’s help needed to locate Maruo Sykap, 21, wanted in connection with robbery
  6. Myeni family’s attorneys want to query occupants, owner of home
  7. Hawaii ranked 5th most impacted state for hotel industry job loss for 2021
  8. Kauai Exultant as 700 Visitors turned away at Ha‘ena
  9. Thousands sign petition calling for spectators to be allowed for youth sports on O'ahu
  10. Oahu's Rental & Utility Relief Program temporarily closes minutes after opening
  11. Fewer food drops ahead: The Food Basket says they are not sustainable at the current frequency
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Monday, May 3, 2021
May 3, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:34 PM :: 3059 Views
  1. Fraud at Olelo leads to Investigation at Aloha United Way and UH
  2. Oahu’s international visitor market isn’t expected to fully recover until 2024
  3. UC should continue supporting Thirty Meter Telescope on Maunakea
  4. Measure Criminalizing ‘Coercive Control’ Faces Opposition From Public Defender, Prosecutor and Law Enforcement
  5. Under a new plan, landlords could remove tenants if alternative actions do not work out
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Sunday, May 2, 2021
May 2, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:58 PM :: 4730 Views
  1. KSBE Trustee Selection: “Intentionally trying to hide what’s going on”
  2. Administrations change, but never Honolulu rail authority’s malfeasance
  3. Will Ige Veto TAT Hike, HTA Cuts?
  4. After a Year of Worthless Empty Chatter About Reimagining Tourism, The Industry is Back, Unchanged
  5. Waikiki area crimes made up 17% of the entire island’s crimes over the past week
  6. Dozens of applications submitted for Maunakea working group
  7. Unique affordable-housing program allows Department of Hawaiian Home Lands tenants to buy rentals
  8. Tent City Fail: Over 30 Homeless Addicts evicted from Lucy Wright Park – Nothing Achieved in a Year
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Saturday, May 1, 2021
May 1, 2021 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 8:07 PM :: 3421 Views
  1. TAT Hike?  “Now is not the time to increase the cost of doing business in Hawaii.”
  2. Head Of Hawaii’s Teachers’ Union Is Vying To Be Interim Superintendent (cut out the middleman)
  3. Colleen Hanabusa’s gravy train
  4. Blangiardi Suggests Rail Could Stop Short of Ala Moana
  5. Overregulation will lead to even less affordable housing
  6. Hawaii has now sunk below California for last place in in-person instruction.
  7. HECO to Switch from Coal to Oil Because Green Energy Initiative is a Fraud
  8. Carrying a gun in public in Hawaii
  9. HPD releases audio of 911 call that led to fatal police shooting of 29-year-old man in Nuuanu
  10. Brother of teen fatally shot by police indicted for another robbery
  11. More seniors homeless on the streets
  12. Local 5 Celebrates Communist Holiday with Rally in Projects
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