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Army asks Waianae residents for help in marine impact study
Letters from Kea‘au: A 17-year old student
Letters from Kea‘au: Gail Peeples
Kea‘au update: “The Governor will not be intervening”
Kea‘au residents call for more time (Updated)
Help Hawaii get cheesy
Council to debate Waianae land use plan, including Purple Spot
Let’s Move! event encourages healthy living in Leeward Oahu
Roller derby ladies skate for school drive
Honolulu City Council committee to discuss commercial activity at public parks
Town hall meeting takes a look at public education in Waianae
Nonprofit gets $1.3M grant to build Waianae center
Honolulu Zoning and Planning Committee meets Thursday
Letter: Time is up for the Waimanalo Gulch Sanitary Landfill
SEED program awarded $1.15 million grant
Applications accepted for Oahu affordable housing
Sweet deal goes sour in West Oahu
Stone: Kamehameha Schools backed off Makaha
Makaha Valley Deal To Develop 500 Affordable Homes Falls Apart
City Parks Committee to consider beack park vendor resolution
Meeting on Legislature planned in Waianae
Donation may preserve last specimen of endangered wild gardenia
Home Energy Education Challenge needs teachers to get involved
Hawaii’s homeless plan: Are we in this for the long haul or not?
State plan to fight ‘homelessness’ starts with identifying population, assessing shelters
H-POWER improvements at halfway point, on time on budget
Councilmember Berg to hold Waianae town hall meeting Thursday
Hawaii Community Assets establishes credit program for houseless families
Land Use Commission denies industrial park petition
Waimanalo Gulch Landfill, convenience centers reopen
Decision to build light industrial park on Lualualei valley farmland postponed
Waianae’s Ka Paʻalana houseless program to face crippling budget cuts
Non-combustible waste accepted on limited basis from March 1
Food security, sustainable energy, Native Hawaiian culture a priority for Hawaii non-profits
High surf throughout Hawaii going into this weekend
Abercrombie fills Waianae House seat formerly held by Sen. Maile Shimabukuro
Multiple sewer overflows on Oahu blamed on heavy rains
ALERT: Oahu issued a Flash Flood Warning, Waianae Coast expected to be hit hard
Community comes to the defense of Lualualei Valley’s ag land
January 8: Lecture series celebrates civil rights, diversity of the Leeward Coast
Waimanalo Gulch Sanitary Landfill closed for four days
Only 8,000 of 48,000 ballots for West Oahu’s City Council seat have been cast so far
Rep. Maile Shimabukuro, Malama Solomon appointed to State Senate
Fundraising for Waianae High School’s ‘Project Graduation 2011’  is underway
Waianae Intermediate School students raising funds to head to Washington, D.C.
Oahu Island Burial Council calls for a stop to Kaena Point fence, questions State procedures
The Hawaii Independent hosts Honolulu City Council District 1 candidate forum in Waianae
Submit questions for The Hawaii Independent’s public forum for West Oahu City Council candidates
Kamaile Academy group files official complaint with Attorney General against Hookakoo Corporation
Waianae’s Kamaile Academy speaks out against Hookakoo Corporation ‘incompetence’
Hawaii Literacy’s shiny new Bookmobile is on Waianae’s reading road again
Waianae parents, teachers grill board for firing Kamaile Academy officials to chase federal cash
Leeward nonprofits receive $1 million in grants-in-aid
Residents raise concerns of gridlock, ‘homelessness,’ and industrial waste in Waianae plan
Waianae brothers to ‘camp’ at Satellite City Hall to demonstrate need for more permits
Letter: Hawaii VA patients need more expeditious travel reimbursement
State House District 45 incumbent Maile Shimabukuro answers your questions
October 30: ‘Make a Difference Day’ in Waianae, Maili, and Nanakuli
Court rules Army failed to provide crucial info on damage, contamination at Makua
$843,700 project brings basketball courts to Waianae’s Kaupuni Neighborhood Park
Video: UH METS program volunteers help clean up the Waianae Coast
October 19: Nanakuli/Maili Neighborhood Board to send letter to DOH regarding PVT landfill
Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center, Hilo Bay Clinic receive federal funding
Waianae Sustainable Communities Plan update available for review
Waianae Coast Neighborhood Board meets student BOE member
Hawaii’s educators to gather at the Building Together P-3 conference in Waianae
October 9: ‘Pet Kokua’ offers free services at Waianae Farmer’s Market
Olelo Waianae CMC offers weekend hours due to community demand
Nani O Waianae honors Bernadette Beuker for caring for the coastline
September 21: Nanakuli and Maili neighborhood board to discuss impact of highway construction work
Waianae’s own Andy South dazzles audiences with his designs on Project Runway
Paradise Isle at Makaha Marketplace holding a clothing clearance sale
Chaminade starts nursing program
Community takes action to preserve Lualualei ag land
Land Use Commission considers rezoning agricultural land in Lualualei for industrial use
PVT landfill: Nanakuli residents say big business is trumping their basic health concerns
Waianae pushes to bring the E Ala canoe home
Lualualei community fights to save farmland
‘Guardrails’: Beach eviction leaves behind evidence of our struggling society
Following beach eviction, Waianae man commits suicide
Ka Makani Kaiaulu o Waianae: Students find their voice through stories of the people
Project Hawaii sparks Independence Day festivities for Waianae’s houseless keiki
June 23: Hearing explores Waianae and Koolauloa watershed management plans
PVT Land Corporation
Students at Nanakuli Performing Arts Center tapped to take their show to Scotland
New Waianae Farmers Market a success
West side farmers market starts fresh at Waianae High School
PVT landfill permit extension: Nanakuli residents wait to be heard
Blog: The real tsunami was on land at the check-out counters
Waianae Mall sought by California real estate investment company
Honolulu Police Department Report February 3-16
Rep. Shimabukuro introduces bills for 2010 legislative session
Honolulu Police Department Report Jan. 11-24
Honolulu Police Department Report Dec. 14-27
Honolulu Police Department Report Dec. 14-27
Company plans to bring industrial park to tropic lands
Hawai’i keeps close eye on Disney approach to openness, cultural sensitivity
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