Hawaiian Airlines Newswire

Hawaiian Airlines Newswire

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  1. Hawaii OKs traditional burials involving burned corpsesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | SFGate

    Ken Ordenstein, owner of Ken Ordenstein Funerals, left, and Leialoha "Rocky" Kaluhiwa, vice president of the Koolaupoko Hawaiian Civic Club, right, react outside Hawaii Gov. David Ige's office after he signed a bill on Tuesday, June 30, 2015 in Honolulu. The bill ensures that Native Hawaiians and others can practice an ancient tradition in which a corpse is cleansed by fire and the bones are held as sacred in a cloth before being buried.


  2. New Hawaii law legalizes traditional 'clean burial' practiceRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | AlertNet

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  3. New Species of Deep-Water Black Coral Found in HawaiiRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | STAR 101.9

    Scientists have found a new species of deep-water black coral in Hawaii identified as the longest-lived marine organism known to date. Called "Leiopathes annosa," the species is found at depths of 1,000 to 1,600 feet throughout the Hawaiian Islands and can live more than 4,000 years.


  4. Why native Hawaiians are saying no to a $1.4 billion telescopeRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor

    An ongoing battle between native Hawaiians and astronomers intending to build a telescope on a traditionally sacred mountain has sparked debate over which is more important: progress or tradition? A Department of Land and Natural Resources official talks with Thirty Meter Telescope protesters at one of many blockades that started at the Mauna Kea visitors center, stopping TMT construction vehicles from driving up to the summit of the mountain, about 40 miles west of Hilo, Hawaii, last week. If everything goes according to plan, a powerful telescope with the potential to change astronomy research as we know it will soon be erected atop Hawaii's tallest mountain, Mauna Kea.


  5. Scientists describe new species of black coralRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Scoop

    This week, the scientific journal Zootaxa published findings from a study describing a new species of black coral in Hawaii. Scientists from NOAA's Office of National Marine Sanctuaries and the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History described and named a new species of deep-water black coral found at depths of 1,000-1,600 feet throughout the Hawaiian Islands, including in the protected waters of PapahA naumokuA kea Marine National Monument .


  6. Sentimental JourneyRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Psychology Today

    Among the most consistent memories of my childhood are the trips that my parents , my brother and I made every summer from our home in central Pennsylvania to visit my parents' relatives in New England. Our annual pilgrimage began the week after school ended in June.


  7. Hawaiian Airlines promotes four-day trips to Hawaii to AustraliansRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Business Journal

    Hawaiian Airlines has launched a website promoting the idea that Australians can take a four-day holiday to the Islands. The subsidiary of Hawaiian Holdings Inc. is working with Australian travel agency partners Helloworld, Hoot and Flight Centre's Infinity Holidays on shortbreakshawaii.com.au, which offers three-day sample itineraries for travelers.


  8. Hawaii shows its independenceRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | North Hawaii News

    Fireworks explode over Kauna'oa Bay at Mauna Kea Beach Hotel where guests celebrate at a special July 4 dinner on the North Point Lawn again his year. Dally team roping is one of the main attractions again this year at Parker Ranch's holiday celebration that is open to the public.


  9. Honolulu: Taking the Bather's Elevator at the Royal HawaiianRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | HotelChatter

    There is no escaping the modern day scale of development when you're in Waikiki , but inside the 1927 historic wing of The Royal Hawaiian , we found a few things that remind you of a different age . One of them was this sign: the "Bather's Elevator' .


  10. Transpac Yacht Race needs Aloha GreetersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Examiner.com

    Greeting the Transpacific Yacht Race competitors at the end of their 2,225-nautical mile voyage from Los Angeles has been an exciting and long-standing tradition. Ever since the first race 109 years ago, the crew of each boat has been welcomed with fragrant flower lei, tables full of tasty pupus, and gallons of refreshing beverages.


  11. Wrike announces 50 new jobs for DublinRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Business World

    It was announced today that Wrike, the work management platform for high-performance teams, is establishing its European Headquarters in Dublin creating 50 jobs over the next two years. The company is headquartered in Mountain View, California and it's customers include Google, Hootsuite, AT&T, Adobe, and Hawaiian Airlines.


  12. Canine games day Honolulu 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 10, 2015 | Examiner.com

    You and your pooch can play and frolic at this FREE family event hosted by the Hawaiian Humane Society featuring fun, food and more. Activities and times are subject to change.


  13. Hawaii vacation with kids: Day 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | Examiner.com

    Originally we were going to to go New York York for our annual summer vacation, but, since we're going in November for our annual Thanksgiving trip we decided we'd head to Hawaii for summer vacation 2015. This is a live report from Hawaii.


  14. My Trip: Couple celebrates milestones with Hawaiian cruiseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Erie Times News

    Who: Karen Stoops and her husband, Rich, of Erie, and her brother- and sister-in-law Ron and Sue Stoops, of Port Richey, Fla. What she said: "My husband and I and my sister- and brother-in-law planned our dream trip to Hawaii to coincide with my husband's retirement and our 35th wedding anniversary," said Karen Stoops.


  15. Hundreds witness Santa Cruz homecoming of historic Hawaiian surfboardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Santa Cruz Sentinel

    Kumu Kaui Peralto kneels to bless two nineteenth century surf boards at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History on Thursday. Details: www.santacruzmah.org or 831-429-1964.


  16. Hawaii's environmental court begins WednesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | KITV-TV

    Hawaii will become only the second state in the nation to have a court dedicated exclusively to environmental issues once a new environmental court launches on Wednesday. The new court was created last year by the state Legislature and promises to handle cases that deal with Hawaii's extensive environmental laws in a timelier manner.


  17. The Howard Hughes Corp. paid to replace Iolani Palace's broken doorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Business Journal

    The Howard Hughes Corp. donated the $11,552 used to replace the original glass in one of the doors of Hawaii's Iolani Palace that was damaged by vandals a little more than a year ago, the heads of the historic Honolulu building and the developer confirmed to PBN Friday. Kippen de Alba Chu , executive director for Iolani Palace, confirmed to PBN that The Howard Hughes Corp. , which is redeveloping a large portion of Kakaako as part of its Ward Village Master Plan, paid for the repairs of the door.


  18. Severe drought returns to Hawaiian Islands; Big Island spared, for nowRead the original story

    Friday Jun 26 | West Hawaii Today

    Persistent below-average rainfall conditions have resulted in the return of severe drought to leeward areas on Maui and Kauai, Kevin Kodama, a hydrologist with the National Weather Service based in Honolulu, told West Hawaii Today on Thursday, adding that such a designation hadn't been issued for Hawaii since May 2014. Referred to as D2 on the U.S. Drought Monitor Map, severe drought means crop or pasture losses are likely and water shortages common in the affected area.


  19. Hawaii tourism aims to capitalize on 'Jurassic World' feverRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | The China Post

    ... routes, add more flights to existing services, and use bigger aircraft to carry more passengers. Hawaiian Airlines had operated nonstop service between Taipei and Honolulu from July 2013 to tap the tourism market after the United States extended its ...


  20. Stanford Carr's Keauhou Lane condo project in Honolulu to start construction in JulyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Business Journal

    Hawaii developer Stanford Carr 's Keauhou Lane project in the Honolulu neighborhood of Kakaako, which was slated to start construction in late March or early May, is now scheduled to begin construction in July, the developer confirmed to PBN this week. The project, which is located on the block at 500 South St. and 500 Keawe St., includes 388 residential units in a 400-foot tower, along with 35 townhome units in a 42-foot mid-rise tower.