Hakuone — which translates to “sands of creation” — is the new name for a 30 acre swath of industrial land in Kakaʻako owned by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs.
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A multi-billion dollar coal mine in Australia is facing a new complication this week. The dispute involves not only climate change, but also human rights. HPR’s Bill Dorman has more in today’s Asia Minute.
October's visitor arrivals were almost equal to the pre-pandemic amount —and visitors are spending more money.
The state Department of Land and Natural Resources warns people to stay out of a collection of waterfalls known as Narnia. The area is off limits without a permit or hunting license.
A state director about to leave office wants to cancel a lucrative marketing contract for Hawaiʻi's tourism sector. The move would restart the process to find an organization to handle the state's branding for the U.S. market for the third time in a year. HPR's Casey Harlow has more.
If youʻre looking for a job in technology, there are openings in the Asia Pacific. One location in particular is taking steps to make life easier for expats—including increasing salaries and decreasing the challenges of getting a work visa. But there are some complications. HPRʻs Bill Dorman has more in todayʻs Asia Minute.
Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi has vetoed a bill that would have limited amplified noise in Waikīkī, according to a Nov. 22 letter to the City Council.
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