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News stories by HPR's Nikki Motson
Earlier this month, organizers of the Haleiwa Farmers Market were told to cease all operations due to violation of state highway code. Attorneys representing the market and the state attorney general are meeting today to see if an agreement can be reached before the final market day this weekend.
Technology innovators say futuristic fish farms are planned off the coast of the Big Island, but opponents say the fish pods will endanger the future of local fishermen. HPR takes a look at the plans to move forward with the technology and community opposition to it.
An ancient way of life is getting a new look, thanks to a grant from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs. A non-profit organization is using the funds for farming and for education.
A new educational exchange program is planned for students and teachers in the Asia Pacific region.
Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, spoke to thousands of people in Hawai`i over the past several days. HPR’s Nikki Motson collected some of their reflections on his visit and has this audio postcard. Music by Michael McDonald and Henry Kapono playing, “What the World Needs Now” for the Dalai Lama's arrival.