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June 15, 2016

Papahānaumokuākea Monument Celebrates 10 Years

The proclamation declares June 15, 2016 as “Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument Day” in Hawaiʻi.
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July 22, 2010

Pacific Radio Group Launches New Mobile Application: Hawaii Guide Me

This week, Pacific Radio Group officially launched the first-ever comprehensive mobile application for all the Hawaiian Islands, “Hawaii Guide Me.”    Compatible with Apple’s iPhone, iTouch and iPad; the application offers a personal guide to the 50th state with detailed information, consumer reviews, and GPS navigation for restaurants, accommodations, activities, shops, events, special landmarks, attractions... Read more »
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June 15, 2010

VIDEO: 2010 Na Kamehameha Parade – Part 1

Posted by Wendy Osher This year’s Na Kamehameha Commemorative Pa’u Parade & Ho’olaulea each year honors the Kamehameha rulers of Hawaii.  This year, the event helped to mark 200 years of unification after Kamehameha the Great brought most of the major Hawaiian Islands under one rule. Part 1 of the parade features the Pu Blowers,... Read more »
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June 11, 2010

VIDEO: Kamehameha Day events mark island unification bicentennial

By Wendy Osher [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjBZMJNqkyA[/youtube] Today is Kamehameha Day. Commemorative events take place today in Kahului and tomorrow in Lahaina. Maui’s royal societies observe the day with reverence, paying special attention to the significance of Kamehameha’s role in unifying the 8 major Hawaiian islands. The groups, led by the Royal Order of Kamehameha Kahekili Chapter, will... Read more »
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May 25, 2010

Kamehameha main campus to undergo $118.5 million, three-year construction

Kamehameha Schools breaks ground on a master plan for its Main Kapalama campus on Oahu in June.  The $118 million, three year construction project includes the redevelopment of most of the Middle School Campus and dorms, as well as the construction of a new Hawaiian Cultural Center, redevelopment of the athletic complex, and construction of... Read more »
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April 27, 2010

Swell sends 6 to 8 foot surf to South shores

(Updated 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 27, 2010) The National Weather Service has cancelled the High Surf Advisory for the South facing shores of all islands.  Surf has declined below advisory levels and the advisory was cancelled at 4:30 Tuesday afternoon. ________________________________ (Updated:  8:00 a.m. Tuesday, April 27, 2010) The National Weather Service issued a High... Read more »
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January 28, 2010

Hawaii State Drivers License Gets a New Look February 1

Beginning February 1, 2010 all State of Hawaii driver’s licenses will be issued with a new design, according to an announcement today by the County of Maui.  The last design change took place in January of 2005. “A new, state-of-the-art production system that has been installed throughout the state provides us the opportunity to add... Read more »
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January 20, 2010

VIDEO: Maui Group Participates in Kingdom Bicentennial March

By Wendy Osher [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYyJ2BFRQi4[/youtube] More than 50 people traveled from Maui to Oahu to observe events surrounding the 200th year anniversary of the unification of the Hawaiian Islands under Kamehameha the Great. Participants gathered at Thomas Square and continued to Iolani Palace, stopping at various points along the way to pray, light torches, and conduct... Read more »
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January 14, 2010

Maui Residents to Participate in Kingdom Bicentennial Event at Iolani Palace

By Wendy Osher An estimated 50 people will to travel from Maui to Oahu to observe events surrounding the 200th year anniversary of the unification of the Hawaiian Islands under Kamehameha the Great. The event entitled Ho`okahi Lahui Hawai`i is organized in part by former Hana, Maui resident Henry Noa.  “It’s an event uniting people... Read more »
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January 04, 2010

Series Of Swells Expected In Hawaiian Islands

A series of west northwest swells are expected in the islands this week.  The swells were generated by a series of strong storms and will affect the north and west facing shores through most of this week. The first swell arrived overnight and will linger through the day with advisory level surf expected.  A second,... Read more »
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November 10, 2009

Hawaiian Islands Under Flash Flood Watch

The National Weather Service in Honolulu has continued the FLASH FLOOD WATCH for ALL HAWAIIAN ISLANDS in effect through late Thursday night.  A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead to flash flooding. EFFECTS:  Heavy showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop as a strong upper level low develops north of the... Read more »
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October 28, 2009

New U.S. Coast Guard Boat Improves Response Capabilities at Maalaea

The U.S. Coast Guard on Maui has a new 45-foot Response Boat that will be used for operations at the Maui Triangle for waters between Maui, Molokai, Lanai and Kahoolawe. The boat replaces a 47-foot Motor Lifeboat, which will be moved to Station Kauai at Nawiliwili Harbor, where it is better suited for the windy,... Read more »
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July 22, 2009

AKAKA MEETS HAWAII BORN SPACE SHUTTLE CREW MEMBER

U.S. Senator Daniel K. Akaka met today with the crew of NASA’s space shuttle Atlantis who successfully repaired the Hubble Telescope on mission STS-125 in May. The crew includes Honolulu-born and Saint Francis High School graduate Dr. Megan McArthur, who was Mission Specialist. McArthur told Akaka that the feeling of weightlessness was incredible.  She said... Read more »
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