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News stories by HPR's Nikki Motson
A recent competition shows Hawai`i’s students are globally competitive. Nine students from diverse backgrounds earned international recognition for some impressive science projects
The State Historic Preservation Division wants to hear from residents as they craft a new historic preservation plan. The office is seeking input from residents on how to best define and set priorities for historic preservation statewide. The state has been without an approved plan since 2001.
Information on Community Meetings and submitting comments online:
Nearly 35-hundred troops attended a ceremony at Schofield Barracks officially welcoming them back to American soil. After a year-long deployment on some of Afghanistan’s most volatile turf, soldiers and family members share some of their biggest challenges over the past year and thoughts upon returning to Hawai`i.
After 20 years of building up recycling drop off centers around O’ahu, the “Busy Isle” is losing more than half of its school based drop off locations. HPR’s takes a look at what this means for residents and the future of their trash.
The city is looking for new housing for the homeless in existing buildings around urban Honolulu. The idea is to provide a “Housing First” alternative to some of the city’s chronically homeless. To make it work, they’ll need buildings they can buy, a non-profit to step up as the manager, and a welcoming neighborhood.