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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

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Mother and son arrested for distribution of forest on the Big Island Hawaii Island police arrested a man in Hawi and his mother, and was accused of distributing meth and other crimes. On Thursday morning, officials Area II Vice Chairman of the Section, North Kohala patrol and policing served a search warrant on … Read more rel = “nofollow” Hawaii News Now

Hawaii military leaders worry cuts put endanger the safety of the Pacific MALIA ZIMMERMAN – Honolulu – political and military leaders concerned about proposed cuts to the military Hawaiian affect the country’s economy and national security. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel announced this week the Obama administration … Read more Hawaii Reporter

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Surfing fever catches waves turn heads Hawaii Kay Holt said Honolulu CBS affiliate KGMB-TV is camping with his family at the beach a few months ago, when the little pig came to watch. Holt called hog Kamapua’a. A few weeks later, he walked around the pool, back yard, the Kama … Read more CBS News
pregnant wife had gone to Hawaii (from CNN) – pregnant woman lost scenic Hawaiian island Maui razorbills study led burned SUV – but. Maui police issued a missing persons alert for the first Carly “Charlie” Joann Scott on Wednesday, 2 … Read more about rel = “nofollow” href = CNN International

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Pow! Wow! Hawaii “Transforming America’s most Beige City We all know that Hawaii is beautiful, but the city of Honolulu, it turns out, is really ugly. majority of the buildings in the city are muted and unsatisfying beige color,” when the city literally pale majestic scenery … Read more about rel = “nofollow” href The Huffington Post

Queen to open the West Oahu campus in May “from the Queen bought the Hawaii Medical Center West, our team has worked diligently to ensure that we are able to provide patients with access to quality health care in a state- of-the-art, without having to travel to Honolulu … Read more rel = “nofollow” Hawaii News Now

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Thousands join Big Wet Aloha Run A large balloon sculpture took over the crowd as the Great Aloha Run started in downtown Honolulu on Monday. More pictures. Thousands of runners took part in the Great Aloha Run Aloha Tower Aloha Stadium wet Monday morning. Read more about Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Kamapua’a, pig Surfing Hawaii , melt the heart Take care, Kelly Slater. There is a new surfer, who is hogging the limelight and his name is Kamapua’a – or Kama, the pig surfing. Surfing the Kama career began when she accidentally slipped and fell to the owner, Kay Holt, a swimming pool. “That’s how I knew … Read more rel =” nofollow “href Huffington Post

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TMT project developing land sublease The Supervisory Board proposes to the University of Hawaii Board of Regents approved the sublease to build one of the world’s largest optical telescopes at Mauna Kea meeting of 20 February UH-Manoa. Sublease agreements fall at the University of … Read more about rel = “nofollow” href = West Hawaii Today
«Bruno Mars artificial» ban scalpers grabbing tickets Hawaii shows Bruno Mars was the attention of the entire nation this year, performing at the Super Bowl halftime show, and that includes Hawaii Legislature, which may be called the new law after the pop star born in Hawaii. Today we move on to … Read more about Pacific Business News (Honolulu)
Brief | Big Island & State | 02.13.14 Big Island police identified as 90-year-old man died in the collapse in the hall on Tuesday, Walter K . Sugi from Honaunau. Police determined Sugi had crawled under the shed on his property to apply for a product if the building fell on him. Hawaii County Fire … Read more about rel = “nofollow” href = West Hawaii Today
Hawaii option even desirable vacation Rental industry is on the rise and Hawaii is still the top choice, according to the fifth annual report on TripAdvisor.com topic. Fifty-two per cent more than the 1,100 surveyed said they plan to stay in holiday villas … Read more about Honolulu Star-Advertiser

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bringing it Hawaii Shaka Sign It would be Shaka gesture that most famous of Hawaii is well-known and popular referred to as “hanging.” Although there is no literal translation or the meaning of Shaka, is most often used to convey the spirit of Aloha gesture … Read more about rel = “nofollow” href = Huffington Post (blog)
Hawaii is the first state to ban plastic bags Plastic bags are the scourge of the modern environment – accumulate in landfills, marine pollution and choking wildlife. Now, Hawaii has taken a position by being the first U.S. state to ban plastic bags at checkouts. Hawaii is always appreciated … Read more about LiveScience.com

Was « Hawaii Life» Discuss Hawaii Life; ‘You do not have to be rich to live in Hawaii, you just have to want it badly enough. “This is the opening line of a popular TV focuses on real estate in Hawaii is the grated a lot of people on my Facebook feed, as well as JOSCELYNE Cutchens … Read more HONOLULUMagazine.com

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a new monitoring program Hawaii Beats statistics Weekend News Hour profiles of innovative monitoring program in Hawaii, which has been so successful in reforming offenders and keep them out of prison is now copied to the courts around the country. Comments. 1; EMAIL. SUPPORT PBS … Read more about rel = “nofollow” PBS Newshour

Cal Lee will return to St. Louis coached football “Cal should be credited into Hawaii high school football national prominence,” Keith Amemiya, then leader of the Hawaii High School Athletic Association, said in 2001. “He is respected by his peers, because teams are always … Read more Honolulu Star-Advertiser