Monthly Archives: March 2014

Injured monk seal flown to Oahu for surgery

Injured monk seal flown to Oahu for surgery
An endangered Hawaiian monk seal is recovering after a major surgery to remove her right eye. It was no small task. Antibiotics given to her in the wild didn't work so the Coast Guard had to fly the animal from Kauai to Honolulu where a team of …
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Hawaii Health Connector to reach Native Hawaiians
A screenshot of the Hawaii Health Connector website. The Hawaii Health Connector is working with the Sovereign Councils of the Hawaiian Homelands Assembly to reach out to Native Hawaiians who may not have health coverage. The two groups signed a …
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Video capturing spontaneous tribute goes viral
It is a video that has gone viral, California runners taking a spontaneous detour from a race to shake the hand of a 95-year-old World War II veteran. Joe Bell was watching Sunday's San Jose 408K Race while wearing his World War II uniform when runners …
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Video: Canadian navy ship towed to Hawaii after fire

Video: Canadian navy ship towed to Hawaii after fire
Video: Canadian navy ship towed to Hawaii after fire. The U.S. Navy guided-missle destroyer USS Michael Murphy returned to Pearl Harbor Tuesday carrying 19 relatives of the crew members on the Canadian HMCS Protecteur. A fire broke out on that ship …
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Native Hawaiian Lobbying Is Paying Dividends at Hawaii's Legislature
For the past decade, Kealiioluolu Gora has been appealing to state lawmakers to improve Hawaiian-language education in the state's public schools. As president of the cultural organization Ka Lei Papahio Kakuhihewa, he has been working to raise …
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Owner lanai Ellison fifth list of the world’s richest

conservatory owner of Ellison fifth list of the world’s richest NEW YORK ┬╗Larry Ellison, who owns 98 percent of Lanai and local commuter Island Air, is the fifth richest man in the world, according to Forbes magazine’s annual ranking of the top billionaires in the world. Ellison, 69, founder of the software giant’s … Read more Honolulu Star-Advertiser
the mayor is preparing for a mess of traffic in Honolulu , county, city and private projects all happening now, more projects going on our way to work at ways to minimize. Rail work is only part of the equation. There sewer repairs, paving and reconstruction of the private … Read more Hawaii News Now
Family Health Hawaii to see more companies will choose the 2014 ACA projects Schmidt knows a thing or two health insurance, as it is the State Insurance Commissioner of Hawaii 2003-2010. Came on board in March to begin Family Health Hawaii, which had hoped to begin from 1 October – by accident … Read more rel = “nofollow” Pacific Business News (Honolulu) (blog)

Disabled supporters: Damaged carpets walkway are at risk for

supporters in use: Damaged carpets walkway create risks Blind pedestrians Richard Koja says the ADA mats are designed to help disabled people to cross busy highways. But the 54-year-old resident of Pearl City says many of them are in disrepair, creating hazards. “Blind depends on the ability to feel, if it seems a little … Read more Hawaii News Now
Lawmakers advance Hawaii Hiking the minimum wage | West Hawaii Today HONOLULU – Hawaii’s minimum wage will increase to almost $ 3 within three years, under the bill the State Senate proceeded to Friday. minimum wage was $ 7.25 an hour in the last seven years. increase that 95 cents a year until it reaches … Read more rel = “nofollow” West Hawaii Today
HPU joins the group wants to double the number of U.S. students abroad Hawaii Pacific University students, from left, Sami Alamran, Alrakah Salam, Mohammed Bahaffi, Naif Alquthami, Abdul Karem Alarifi and Sultan Alghamdi set in Saudi Student Club Advisor Shirley Zhuang 29 at the annual Multicultural Day HPU … Read more Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Hawaii legislative batting around the minimum wage “for seven years, the minimum wage remained in Hawaii to $ 7.25 per hour, while the the cost of goods and services have increased, “the bill reads.” For example, seven years ago, the average price of gas was $ 2.81 per gallon. Today, it is about Read more … rel = “nofollow” West Hawaii Today

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Hundreds of Hawaii teachers could lose their jobs by changing the kindergarten Thousands of students will meet the new shut-off on July 31 and will start kindergarten hundreds of jobs are at risk for. Schools urged parents to register their children now that the crisis in the last minute. Gov. Neil Abercrombie signed a … Read more Hawaii News Now
simulation program New Mars Hawaii to focus on group interaction University of Hawaii at Manoa announced that the crew of the second mission of the program in Hawai’i Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS). The next simulation extensive exploration of Mars here on Earth begins March 28. Read more about rel = “nofollow” href = Hawaii News Now