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News stories by HPR's Nikki Motson
The Dalai Lama is visiting Hawai`i to discuss similarities between the Hawaiian spirit of Aloha and the Buddhist spirit of compassion towards others.
The Tibetan spiritual leader arrived in Honolulu on Friday and greeted thousands of people this weekend during his visit to Hawaii.
The state is granting permission to continue the Haliewa Farmers Market through the end of the month.
Earlier this week organizers and farmers were shocked by a letter from the state Department of Transportation telling them to shut it down immediately.
If you’ve ever wondered just what people mean when they talk about "green jobs," you may be wondering for quite awhile. That’s because there’s no single way to judge the relatively new term. Nevertheless, it’s a term we’ll continue to hear on the hot topic of job creation.
Residents of Maui who like to move to the beat want to amend a law dating back to the early 80’s. The law makes dancing anywhere outside of official dance floors illegal, but it doesn’t define what "dancing" is. The group Maui Dance Advocates has been fighting to change the law for six years.
A trip to Hawai`i helped one Grandmother complete her bucket list recently. After achieving her goal of visiting all 50 states, HPR spoke with her about what she’s learned from her travels.