News Bites

News Bites

UH Researcher Develops Treatment for Jellyfish Sting

ShareThis

Every month, jellyfish signs are posted, warning Oahu’s south shore swimmers to stay out of the water. If you’ve ever been stung by a box jelly, you’ll probably heed these warnings…the results can be painful.

Six Eighty Offers Affordable Loft-Style Housing

ShareThis

Hawaii is now the most expensive state in the country to buy a home.  But a new housing development, Six Eighty Ala Moana, offers an alternative at a price point you may be able to afford.  The 54 loft-style units are reserved for renters whose household incomes are less than $58,000 a year.

Make Your Voice Heard on Turtle Bay Development

ShareThis

If you have an opinion about development at Turtle Bay, you’ve got a little more than a month to make your voice heard.

The comment period for the Turtle Bay Resort Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement, or SEIS, ends on January 18th.

Commission Brings Access to Legal Aid to Wai'anae Community

ShareThis

The U.S. Constitution promises equal justice for all. But it doesn’t always work out that way. Some members of the legal community are working to change that.

Latest Shark Attack Could Be Linked to Turbid Water

ShareThis

A 60-year-old man was bit by a shark yesterday afternoon at Pakala Beach on the west side of Kauai.  The latest in a string of shark attacks to hit the islands is the 11th this year. 

Syndicate content