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HONOLULU – Stephen Levins, Executive Director of the Hawaii Office of Consumer Protection, announced that he, along with the other 49 states and the District of Columbia, has reached an ...
Read More RELEASE: STATES REACH 8 MILLION MULTI-STATE SETTLEMENT WITH UBER OVER DATA BREACH

HONOLULU – Under an agreement facilitated by the state Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism (DBEDT), Gov. David Y. Ige, will sign an historic agreement with delegates from Goa, ...
Read More MEDIA ADVISORY: SIGNING CEREMONY FOR HISTORIC AGREEMENT BETWEEN HAWAII AND GOA, INDIA

HONOLULU – The Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism (DBEDT) congratulates Creative Lab Hawaii Music Immersive (CLHMI) Fellows, Faith Rivera and Olivia (LIIV) Cargile, on the placement of songs ...
Read More NEWS RELEASE: CREATIVE LAB HAWAII MUSIC IMMERSIVE ARTISTS FEATURED ON FOX TRAILERS FOR TV SERIES “EMPIRE” AND “STAR”

Yes, the hurricanes and tropical storms keep coming. Although it’s easy to succumb to “hurricane fatigue,” the message from Governor Ige and emergency responders is “Stay vigilant. We have to ...
Read More From the governor: Staying vigilant in hurricane season

Real people in real communities dealing with the real effects of climate change. That describes life in Hawai‘i as we face hurricanes, king tides and the reality of sea level ...
Read More Hawai’i makes its mark at Global Climate Action Summit

  Even with the threat of Tropical Storm Olivia, crowds still turned out for a Sept. 8 parade in downtown Honolulu to honor Hawai‘i’s Little League World Series Champions. It ...
Read More Statewide pride and a parade for Little League champs

There’s no rest for the hurricane-weary. Even as some Hawai‘i residents are still recovering from Hurricane Lane and Tropical Storm Olivia, more storms are predicted through the end of November. ...
Read More Ige administration praised for hurricane response

The mountains of paperwork . . . the armies of clerks manually entering salary numbers for every pay period. For the past 50 years, thousands of state employees from every ...
Read More At last, a modern state payroll system to improve services

Attention, all computer programmers, software developers and tech innovators who want to improve state government: The next Hawai‘i Annual Code Challenge (HACC) kicks off Saturday, Oct. 20 at 9 a.m. ...
Read More ‘Code Challenge’ to launch Oct. 20

A new tool available for the first time to anyone who wants to know about state- and county-owned lands in Hawai‘i was launched recently by the state Department of Land ...
Read More Who owns this land? New DLNR website has some answers