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December 13, 2016

Stranded Hikers Rescued at “Commando Hike”

Two visitors were airlifted from the area known as the "Commando Trail" in Kailua on Monday morning after becoming stranded by high stream water on Sunday night.
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May 30, 2016

Maui Woman Survives 60 Foot Fall From Nākālele Cliff

It’s believed that the victim fell from about 60 feet and landed on the rocky coastline at the water’s edge between the Nākālele blowhole and the Olivine Pools.
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September 02, 2011

Asian Arrivals Improving in Fourth Quarter

The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) today reported that Hawaii will see additional flights from Asia beginning in the fourth quarter of 2011.
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April 02, 2011

Japan Tourism Drop Less Than Expected

The Hawaii Tourism Authority is projecting an 18.3 percent decline in arrivals from Japan for the month of March, less than the 25 percent drop initially projected following the events on March 11.
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October 01, 2010

Visitor arrivals on the upswing with Maui arrivals up 10 percent

(Posted by Wendy Osher) The state’s visitor industry is showing signs of economic recovery.  Visitor arrivals in August increased 11.8 percent and spending increased 30 percent compared to last year.  That translates to an additional $250 million in visitor spending for Hawaii’s successful summer travel season. The positive performance is being attributed in part to... Read more »
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March 26, 2010

Hawaii Recovery Takes Hold according to UHERO Economic Forecast

Hawai’i’s economic recovery has begun according to the latest economic    forecast released by the University of Hawaii Economic Research Organization. The Spring report says employment is stabilizing, with many sectors expected to add modest numbers of jobs as the year progresses. While growth is resuming, the pace of recovery—according to the report—will be slow. ... Read more »
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