Lahaina

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This week the nation's highest court announced it would hear a case concerning the discharge from a wastewater treatment plant in Lahaina. The case has potentially huge impacts for water pollution rules nationwide. At the center of the debate is how to regulate treated wastewater being injected underground.

Keʻeaumoku Kapu

For the first time in more than a century, land titles held by Hawaiʻi’s former sugar companies are being opened to challenge. At their peak in the 1930s, sugar plantations cultivated approximately 250,000 acres across the island chain. As plantations have sold off much of those holdings, attempts by new landowners to clear title are proving more challenging than imagined. HPR’s Kuʻuwehi Hiraishi reports.

Sun, Surf, Rock Stars

Jun 28, 2016

 

 Hawai‘i is a paradise for photographers and the range and quality of photographs available here is very high.  Now there’s a perhaps unexpected genre joining the offerings on Maui: limited edition, signed prints of famous musicians. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports the quality of the images sets them apart. 

Lahaina Harbor to Receive Restorations

Aug 22, 2014
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Flickr Commons

  Lahaina Harbor is one of the busiest harbors in the state, not only for boat traffic but also for people coming on and off the boats. Now, a nonprofit group is setting out to make the harbor front safer and friendlier for pedestrians. Eileen Chao has more from The Maui News. 

New Ferry Pier for Lahaina Harbor

Jul 11, 2014
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Flickr Commons / Joe Parks

  Lahaina Harbor on Maui is going to be getting a new ferry pier. It’s designed to ease congestion, but the state Department of Land and Natural Resources revised its plans after hearing from the community. Eileen Chao has more from the Maui News.