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Friday, July 31, 2009
July 31, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:22 PM :: 11088 Views

SB: An epidemic of stupidity spreads across the nation (and Obama is the carrier)

SB: 'Clunker' program temporarily halted  (Obama's bait-n-switch)

Kauai: "Sovereignty" activists join Osama-lovers and anti-Superferry activists against Statehood

Hokulia Redux? Judge rules for county, developer in Waipouli resort lawsuit (OHA gang will appeal until paid)

Sacramento Indians hope bill will restore sovereignty -- in Hawaii

Slom: Standing Up for America; Standing Up for the Wienermobile

Hoku loses $905,000 in quarter (ACT 215/221)

Hello, Hainan Air!

SB: Repealing law would attract ships

Young Brothers rate hike to impact businesses, residents

UH's consensus builder steps down (As Hurricane Marcy bears down on campus)

Gramsci at work: McMackin language stirs uproar

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Thursday, July 30, 2009
July 30, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:25 PM :: 10449 Views

UH-West Oahu sees CEDED land sale as a way to fund construction

ADVERTISER: 'Ahi farming must be eco-friendly

Beautiful beaches, dirty water (thanks to failure of government to invest in sewage systems)

Small wind systems: now, later or never? (Enviros protest against clean energy)

Democrat Borreca: Candidates should explore solutions, not self-success

UPDATED: Hawaii Reporter Election Guide for Honolulu City Council Race to Fill Vacancy Left by Duke Bainum's Death


Church defends bid to build homes in Malaekahana

Amazon reinstates affiliates in Hawaii

Young Brothers raising rates 13 percent

Burglary trial begins for Hawaiian mis-leader in Iolani Palace occupation

Justice Dept. asks Hawaiian Telcom to diclose loan source

36 apply for job as Honolulu police chief

Faith-based treatment for substance abuse an option (Will OHA block THIS drug treatment facility also??????)

Hawaii kids worse off than report says

Depleted uranium at Pohakuloa no threat to public, Army report says

Storm system southeast of Hilo could turn into cyclone

Japan: A case for modernization

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Wednesday, July 29, 2009
July 29, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:25 PM :: 8912 Views

Judge submits final ruling against furloughs for Hawaii workers

McClain signals UH close to layoffs

Hawaii tourism pocketed $882 million less so far this year

Pono, Chong?  Hawaii residents now taxed on Vegas winnings even if they lose

Big Island mac nut grower may get six-figure investment

25% of council ballots in so far

Hawaii at risk, experts warn (More Global Warming Hype)

Hawaii slips to 18th in U.S. in well-being of its children

Private Donors step up: Prep sports score $430,000 backing

Air America Owner is Convicted Felon

No doubt about Obama's birth

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Tuesday, July 28, 2009
July 28, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:43 PM :: 8752 Views

Djou beating Case more than 2-1 in fundraising (Hanabusa 100K in debt)

$11,060 spent per student in Isles

Judge dismisses hotel's bid for voluntary bankruptcy

Espero to introduce legislation declaring birth certificates to be public records

Yoshimoto's "Coup Reversal" Reso to be Heard on August 4

Hokulia redux: OHA, "1000 Friends of Kauai" seeks revocation of resort permits

(Just in time for new President) UH center to incorporate trans-gender policy

State needs reliable air service to Kalaupapa

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Monday, July 27, 2009
July 27, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:14 PM :: 9465 Views

New target for Greenmail: 27-acre open-ocean fish farm nears launch off Hawaii's Big Isle

Fresh start for Charter School (And STILL beats the regular DoE schools)

Global Cooling: 3,000 Low Temp Records Set This July!

Carbon dioxide a growing threat to ocean life

Climate data catches experts off guard

Stimulus will buy low-income Hawaii families solar heaters

SB: Middle class wary of not fooled by health care bill  (cheer unabashedly--DEFEAT OBAMACARE YEEEEAH!)

Commentary: State legislatures facing grim outlook

Budget cuts increase fears for child safety

Hawaii nonprofits hit hard by funding cuts accountability

HGEA Agitprop: Rape no less a crime when victim is in prison

Marking our statehood milestone

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Sunday, July 26, 2009
July 26, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:24 PM :: 10177 Views

"Facilitate voter fraud"--Democrats push for Voting by mail in Hawaii

(Obama attacks tourism AGAIN!) Resort travel policy could burn Hawaii

Kalapa: Raising the GET rate not the same as raising the sales tax rate

Philadelphia junket: States act to plug deficits

Death of 221 will weigh heavily on Lingle's legacy (death squeal of a subsidy pig)

Last Kahuku bon dance brings smiles, tears

Kane'ohe site to add care beds for elderly

Elder abuse on rise

Public housing audit must be all-inclusive

Democrats miffed over Gay Civil Unions opposition by Gabbard

Sunshine Law: Corporation Counsel finds himself in tough spot

Isle rally draws protests of Iran crackdown

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Saturday, July 25, 2009
July 25, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:43 PM :: 8448 Views

UH president announces 10% pay cut for top executives

Hawaii state film commissioner, staff on budget layoff list

Taking the reins of the Hawai'i GOP

Star Bulletin begins working for campaign with article titled: "Abercrombie to the rescue?"

New gov’t drug program worries local pharmacists

Seed crop industry helps state economy

A&B mulls sugar's future

Afghanistan Vet Denounces GTMO Greenwell

GTMO Greenwell defends stance on Gitmo prisoners

SB On Faith: Obama is God

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Friday, July 24, 2009
July 24, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:13 PM :: 10860 Views

Obama Admin attacks Hawaii Tourism AGAIN

Cost estimate revised for Honolulu rail

MRC Greenwood meets Regents as she prepares to take over as UH $ystem President

SB: Lawmakers should pay their own way

HA: Mauna Kea plans must proceed with care

Big Isle doctor training gears up (Democrat propaganda-of-deed)

Kauai: ‘Hallelujah!’ Council finds harmony — or not

Birthers: New clamor on old Obama doubt

Wienermobile in the doghouse with Hawaii's Outdoor Circle

Activists say North Korea executed woman for distributing Bible

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Thursday, July 23, 2009
July 23, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:46 PM :: 10053 Views

Lingle asks for patience in union talks

While State cuts back--Legislators' Political travel raises criticism

DoE saves bureaucrats from layoffs--cuts school athletics

Hawaii mayor Mafiaboi hits Lingle over Kulani closing

GTMO Greenwell shouted off the stage

Kauai Council airs dirty laundry

Office wants more money for elections (scam to push mail-in ballots)

Hawaii sixth in federal spending

Police seize carts, bikes of homeless at Moiliili park

'It's bad, bad, bad' in Hawaii for sellers of new cars, trucks

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Wednesday, July 22, 2009
July 22, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:40 AM :: 9771 Views

Lingle counteroffer to state workers: 7% pay cut, 18 furlough days

Kauai: OHA continues effort to steal home from owner

Private school rolls drop, forcing teacher layoffs

Link: Thirty Meter Telescope Selects Mauna Kea (let the looting begin!) 

Kalaupapa residents caught in middle of Pacific Wings-DOT dispute

Oceanic may cut TV service at Kuhio Park Terrace over assaults

SB: Mail could curb voter apathy

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Tuesday, July 21, 2009
July 21, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:36 AM :: 7542 Views

Obummer: Hawaii dead last in voter turnout

Lingle, Inouye trade barbs on layoffs

Hawaii state employees on list of workers who may be laid off

HA: State labor talks must be rooted in reality

Lessees get boost in negotiating rent

'Mean' homeless report skewed (SB today)

Honolulu ranked among meanest to the "homelessness industry" (From July 17 News Read)

State shutters 2 mental health clinics

Kauai Plastic bag ban, drinking curfew on tap Wednesday

Maui News employees take 10% pay cut -- ratify labor agreement

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Monday, July 20, 2009
July 20, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:17 AM :: 7465 Views

Layoff list expected to be delivered to unions today

Most Honolulu City Council candidates opposed to tax hike

Appellate court post has 6 finalists

2 new regents approved for UH

"RECOVERY.GOV": $541,119 to hang a traffic light at Hickam?...

Koller:  Human services funding requires careful scrutiny

SB: Libraries must remain open

Hawaii postal service cuts being considered

Board’s Nishiki decision released--redacted

Private Hilo school embraces technology rejected by DoE

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Sunday, July 19, 2009
July 19, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 9:02 AM :: 7914 Views

Legislators, take voluntary pay cuts, too

Short deadline looms for City Council race

Oil tax debate overrides debut of Clean Energy Day

State jobs expected to fall 'pretty hard'

Maui Wipeout Continues

HA: No Child needs fixes to fulfill its mandate get DoE off the hook

Crystal meth arrests in Honolulu decline 30% since peak in 2005  (Cocaine up by 30%)

Air Force reduces plans to develop 400 Bellows acres (ceded lands)

Hawaii County prepares to sell land

Lava claims Royal Gardens home

Kauai Planning Commission ‘consents’ to more TVRs

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Saturday, July 18, 2009
July 18, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 4:52 PM :: 8301 Views

KSBE Bi-Partisan: Kane named Kamehameha trustee

HA: Hawaii notifies state workers of layoffs list

State unemployment stable

Elections office has no funds for 2010 voting

Telescope site decision is near

Council actions may be voided

Hoffmann to propose voluntary pay cuts

West Hawaii DoE Schools: 80% falter in No Child Left Behind assessments

Students will pay more for lunch

MAUI WIPEOUT: Recession hurts nonprofits

B&B, TVR tax category gets final approval

Kawaiaha'o Church Responds to Kawananakoa Complaint

HA: Illegal dumping at Waianae landfill being investigated

Hawaii Superferry moving to Norfolk, Virginia

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Friday, July 17, 2009
July 17, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:07 PM :: 11478 Views

OHA tru$tee pushes for new iwi protection--scheme would grab thousands of Hawaii properties 

Lingle, staff to take furloughs

State DoE leaves fewer students falls further behind -- most schools not "in good standing"

Waters of Life school wins another reprieve

Pali Shootings: Five years in prison for city worker who stayed on payroll after pleading guilty

Maui Wipeout: Maui News continues focus on economy

Isles' 7.4 percent unemployment rate still below national average

Honolulu ranked among meanest to the "homelessness industry"

Prison where Hawaii women claim abuse under investigation

Report: Alaska program for fed contracts does little for Natives

Opponents of live-fire training at Makua threaten to sue despite the Army's scaled-back plan

Lawsuit accuses church of digging into Hawaiian graves

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Thursday, July 16, 2009
July 16, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:43 AM :: 11569 Views

Abercrombie pushes to use federal campaign funds

Unions fail to impress Lingle with pay proposal

County, state workers could get different contract deals

Hawaii Legislature overrides 34 vetoes (34?  38?)

Hawaii Legislature allows veto of oil tax, overrides 38 others (34?  38?)

Sans Lingle signature, way cleared for MMMC public-private effort

Critics call cutback in tax credits a 'nail in coffin' for Hawaii tech

Socialist health care: Close gap to include part-timers

Splitting the county: Community meets to explore ideas

Pflueger Dealerships Accused of Unethical and Unlawful Behavior

Gymnasium work spurs county suit

Trash shortage: Honolulu City Council defers legislation on shipping trash to Mainland

Hawaii foreclosures soar nearly 427 percent

USS Hawaii to arrive in Pearl Harbor on July 23 for statehood celebrations

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Wednesday, July 15, 2009
July 15, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 8:52 AM :: 12842 Views

Kaka'ako bill unfairly burdens small business

Hawaii card-check option for unionizing vetoed by governor

Funding for Hawaii child abuse prevention program being cut (thanks, HGEA)

Sources: State Discusses 7% Pay Cut Counter Offer

Furlough Arbitration: Political Comeback for Former Governor John Waihee?

Democrat Borreca: The ongoing soap opera of collective bargaining

Kauai: Ethics Board marches on

Honolulu Reviving the B&B bill 

Firm ready to ship Oahu's trash

AlohaCare lawsuit rejection is upheld

CPB parent's shares fall

Japan Royals: A historic visit

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Tuesday, July 14, 2009
July 14, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 10:57 AM :: 6670 Views

Legislative special session begins tomorrow:  Not a single article in any of the papers

Ceded lands a tougher sell now (its not over yet)

Hawaii public unions offering 5 percent pay cut

Central Pacific Bank offers $100M in common stock

KHON owner files for bankruptcy

Maui Wipeout: Numbers have faces

Hawaii County East-west disparity: It's our fault

Carlos now a hurricane, but should pass far south of Hawaii

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Monday, July 13, 2009
July 13, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 9:28 AM :: 12889 Views

SB LIES: Lingle pulls back on scope of (acts to reduce) state's budget gap  (Pollyanna Democrats Act 3--the cover-up)

FLASHBACK: Revenue drop heightens Lingle's call for labor cuts ($786M Four Days Ago--SB 7-9-09)

SB 'shrooms: It's time to solve budget dilemma

Aiona says he opposes 'cap and trade' system

Economic slump leaves teenagers without work

Hawaii school scores expected to rise again (fall even further behind NCLB)

New school schedule boosts summer break

State sends team to Kentucky to check into prison-rape claims

Hawaii condotel unit owners feel pinch as tourism continues to fall

Hawaii County pouring $41.5 million into stalled affordable housing project

Clean record eases sentence

Q&A on Duke Bainum's Death and the Foundation His Wife Jennifer Founded to Collect Donations After His Death

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Sunday, July 12, 2009
July 12, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 10:36 AM :: 6884 Views

Gov. Lingle accuses Mufi of complicating state labor talks

Coming to terms with state's new reality

Impact of raising hotel tax

Ilikai, Union Reach Agreement To Reopen Hotel

Tech industry awaits Lingle's final decision on SB 199

Matsunaga offers fresh start for District 5

Illegal landfill yields clues

Hawaii County sued over tack coat contract

Maui Wipeout: Foreclosures, bankruptcies pummel county residents

Soon the world will know the story of a saintly man

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Saturday, July 11, 2009
July 11, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:53 AM :: 8980 Views

Dems admit Mufi's numbers were "largely based on terminology" (Well, OK we really WERE Pollyannas....) 

Hawaii County may face budget crisis

Nakakuni tapped for U.S. attorney

Kamehameha Schools Kea`au teachers take union vote

Records charges shield officials

Kauai Burial Council vacancies cancel meeting

New High For Marijuana Use Among Workers

Schofield workers find phosgene-filled mortar

(ACT 215/221) Hoku Scientific looks at options for survival

Officials report second death in Hawaii linked to swine flu

She's taking back Kalihi Valley

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Friday, July 10, 2009
July 10, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 1:37 PM :: 7356 Views

Democrat DePledge: Hawaii mayors, unions have plan to trim budget "We're not Pollyannas here" (hahahahaha)

Lingle Has Layoff List Ready For Unions

Laying off state workers will not be quick or easy (Democrat Borreca interviews evil mastermind BenCayetano about layoffs)

Advertiser Editorial: Judiciary cuts need hearing

Waianae ER needs money triage

Hawaii school board approves $227M in cuts, including salaries (no bureaucrats cut)

El Nino's return may be stormy

CDC reports 722 confirmed cases of swine flu in Islands

Pacific Wings to raise rates after Maui airport dust-up with state

New owner of Ilikai Hotel reaches deal with union, plans to reopen soon

Metcalfe pleads not guilty to Ocean View murder shooting of alleged burglar

Health insurers must offer more transparency

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Thursday, July 9, 2009
July 9, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 11:51 AM :: 8136 Views

Carlisle plans mayoral run (Finally, a Honolulu Mayor will be a crime-fighter instead of a criminal)

Democrat Borreca: Revenue drop heightens Lingle's call for labor cuts

Hawaii revenues down 9.4%, worse budget gap than expected

Oahu electric rates will rise at least 4.7%

Plan to build Kauai home over native burials raises legal issues (OHA trying overturn Burial Council and steal a single family residence from its owner)

Isle developers consider impact of 'Great Recession'

City panel lets application for landfill permit stand

Laid-off DLNR worker files suit (Superferry)

Meeting to detail plugging of Geothermal wells

374 evaluate Hawaii Co. cops in survey

Kirkuk: National Guard airmen from Hawaii are planning a luau to celebrate statehood

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Wednesday, July 8, 2009
July 8, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 12:21 AM :: 9328 Views

Democrat Borreca: Governor needs strategies she can count on in talks

Sources: Unions Propose 1-Day Furlough, Pay Cut  (Here's the REAL news)

Sideshow: UPW files labor complaint

Race is on for Council vacancy

Waianae ER may be closed Sunday nights

City of Honolulu fights challenge to plans for landfill (Hanabusa specious)

Maui: Occupancy at record low

Queen Kaahumanu bid protest rejected

Council keeping 22% raise

Naturopathic "doctors" upset

Times to take over Star Markets

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Tuesday, July 7, 2009
July 7, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:31 AM :: 6765 Views

Akaka Bill: House Committee to vote Thursday

Kalapa: Reality Check Needed for Public Employee Comparison (42 paid days off every year)

Lingle's representative leaves meeting with unions, awaits formal proposal

Democrat Borreca: Lingle negotiator leaves talks as governor gears for layoffs

KITV: State Walks Out Of Union Negotiations

Djou campaign makes national news again

Thirty Meter Telescope creates debate

Kauai Rapist: Ruling upholds libel suit rejection

SB: Judge sentences Pali killer to life in prison

1863: Hawaiian soldier goes to Virginia to shoot Democrats?

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Monday, July 6, 2009
July 6, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 5:20 AM :: 13343 Views

Washington Post editorial criticizes Abercrombie defense bill provision ($10B in pork for his contributors?)

Hawaii hotels report occupancy dropping

Advertiser: Focus must shift to forging fair settlement

State ends boosts in Medicaid reimbursements for doctors  (doctors take pay cut)

High diesel prices tough on truckers (thanks, Legislature)

Kauai Vacation Rental Bankruptcy blamed on county law

3 bidding for Oahu rail

Cheers, jeers greet Taiwan's president

Tour reveals story of Waimea's walls deed

Presidential-sized parking problem turns residents against church

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Sunday, July 5, 2009
July 5, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 7:51 AM :: 7832 Views


Arakawa announces bid to re-take Maui Mayor's seat

Finding new employment takes almost 23 weeks in Isles as jobless rate soars

Governor repeats threat of layoffs

SB: Budget solution requires creativity raid on Hurricane Fund

Rail revenue $80M short, but officials not worried

SB gives Mufia space to pitch latest scheme to buy votes

Breeze of fresh air benefits Council race: (SB sez its Kobayashi vs Matsunaga)

UH Manoa Could Cut 500 Classes: Stimulus Funds To Be Divided Between UH, DOE

Education board leader finds redemption in judge's ruling

2 Hawaii female inmates allege sex assaults at Kentucky prison

"NK Missile" lands on Haleiwa beach

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Saturday, July 4, 2009
July 4, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:02 AM :: 8382 Views

Hawaii governor insists unions come up with budget-cut plan

Fourth of July Fireworks Shows;Neighbor Islands

Taxed Enough Already? Rally July 4 Honolulu, Hilo, Kona, Kauai, Maui

July 4: Hawaii Churches to kick off massive voter registration drive

Hawaii Celebrates 4th of July After WW II

Gov. Sarah Palin to resign her office

Beijing supports Pyongyang nuclear tests to challenge the USA

North Korea Test-Fires Seven Missiles, Drawing Condemnation

Hawaii County sues over Waikoloa housing project

Hawaii County hires delinquent trash hauler

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Friday, July 3, 2009
July 3, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:51 AM :: 14708 Views

Hawaii hotel rates, occupancy drop

Pyongyang expected to test ICBM

Unions' hand-picked Judge blocks furloughs

Governor saves businesses from Legislature: Internet tax veto revives affiliations

KGMB: Sen. Inouye Refutes responds to Washington Post Story

KITV: Senator Says Staff Made Inquiry Without His Knowledge

Maui Memorial leaders ‘surprised’ by veto threat

No sunshine: Supreme Court to hear Kauai County v. OIP

('old boy') Sex offender arrested after allegedly possessing child porn

Obama apartment "historic'"?  Confusing Presidents with Gods

Hawaii County's bad bulldozer deal to stand

City official denies dump allegations

Japan's royal couple begin two-week tour of Canada, Hawaii

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Thursday, July 2, 2009
July 2, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 6:22 AM :: 5307 Views

Gov. Lingle, unions have date in court

Hilo: Hundreds protest state furloughs

SB: Special session not warranted

State wins OK for $129 million in federal funds for education

HawTel ordered to look at Sandwich Isles Purchase (Old boy justice)

Inouye's bank-relief call raises brows

Bulk of Superferry bankruptcy case will remain on Mainland (in a real court), judge rules

Honolulu buying more hybrid buses

Honolulu City Prosector Declines to Prosecute Misdemeanor Case Against Department of Business Economic Development and Tourism Director Ted Liu

Hawaii housing prices increase

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Wednesday, July 1, 2009
July 1, 2009 News Read
By Andrew Walden @ 8:18 AM :: 12031 Views

N. Korean rocket capable of hitting half the U.S.: American scientists

Hawaii state workers rally at Capitol to protest furloughs

Hawaii's Public Union Leaders Are Taking Home the Big Bucks, While Their Members Struggle Financially

Democrat Lawmakers assess vetoes for overrides

The online retailer stops its affiliate program for Hawaii (Leg already destroying business)

University of Hawaii wants to cut faculty pay, may add furloughs

MCC looking to spend and hire in boom

Gas prices going up: Excise tax kicked in at midnight

Abercrombie: KIUC must face climate change be destroyed

Dazed Hirono: Federal stimulus will help Hawai‘i

Isle bankruptcies increase at breakneck pace

President appoints isle women  (Obama appoints Sandwich Isles Communications crony to direct Hawaii rural development)

Savings plan hinges on more long-term beds at Kula Hospital (Loan keeps hospital open thru Tuesday)

TheBoat sails into sunset ($5M for 29 people/day)

Creditors back Superferry bid to keep bankruptcy case on Mainland

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