Wayne Yoshioka

Political reports from HPR's Wayne Yoshioka

Youthful Impressions Preserved in Time Capsule

ShareThisA Time Capsule will be sealed in the main lobby of the Queen's Medical Center. It will contain memorabilia and other items that will be on display for the next 49 years. The capsule will be opened on the Center's 200th Anniversary. HPR's Wayne Yoshioka reports one of those items is a DVD.
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Union Concerned Over Future of Hotel Workers

ShareThisThe labor union representing 11-thousand hotel workers across the State asked the Honolulu City Council to intervene to preserve future jobs in Waikiki. HPR's Wayne Yoshioka reports.

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Living Treasures Saved From Extinction

ShareThisThe Army's O`ahu Natural Resource Program and the State have partnered for more than 15 years to restore native forests on O`ahu. In his second report on that conservation effort, HPR's Wayne Yoshioka reports on the program's success in bringing back native plants from the brink of extinction.

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Recovery and Restoration of Kahana Haiki Valley

ShareThisNative Hawaiian Groups have been battling the Army for decades in Federal Court over control of Makua Valley. That's a military training area in Leeward O`ahu. Over that same period of time, the Army has been working with other Native Hawaiians to rescue endangered species and restore native forests.
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