The 22nd Annual Hawaii International Tropical Fruit Conference kicks off September 13-16 at the University of Hawaii at Manoa campus on Oahu and continues with a free mini gathering on Maui.
The crew of a Chinese Maritime Safety Administration ship arrived in Honolulu Harbor to begin a historic first visit to the United States Tuesday.
According to an annual survey by the Travel Leaders Group, Maui jumped three spots this year to rank second behind Las Vegas.
The Hawaii Tourism Authority board of directors today announced the reappointment of Ronald Williams as its chairperson, and the appointment of Patricia Ewing to vice chairperson.
This month the Maui County Business Resource Center is hosting financial expert Gretchen G. Voxland along with several other local business experts in its free workshop series.
Once a month, this column is published and contains tidbits of Maui business news we receive over the course of a month. The public is invited to contribute.
The University of Hawaii has filed a bid protest after losing a multi-million dollar contract to run the Maui High Performance Computer Center in Kihei.
Preliminary statistics released today by the Hawaii Tourism Authority show increased visitor arrivals and expenditures for Maui and statewide for July 2012 compared to last year.
Energy professionals from all types of businesses will benefit from the opportunity to attend a five-day certified energy manager certification program being given by the Association of Energy Engineers on Maui from October 1-5.
Will Spence, the planning director for the County of Maui, will discuss land use matters at a public informational meeting in Hana on Thursday, August 30.
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