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HONOLULU – The Hawai‘i Department of Health (DOH) will resume use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine Thursday, April 29 at a vaccination clinic at Windward Community College (WCC).  The ...
Read More DOH NEWS RELEASE: JOHNSON & JOHNSON VACCINATIONS RESUME

Puna District, Hawai‘i Island – State and county law enforcement officers issued more than 100 citations over the past four Sundays to people at Kehena Beach or who had parked ...
Read More DLNR NEWS RELEASE: MORE THAN 100 CITATIONS ISSUED DURING MONTH-LONG KEHENA BEACH OPERATION, COVID-19 EMERGENCY RULES PROMPTED MULTI-AGENCY LAW ENFORCEMENT

HONOLULU– Hawaii Attorney General Clare E. Connors joined a bipartisan coalition of 40 attorneys general in urging Congress to pass the EAGLES Act, a national program to prevent targeted school violence. The ...
Read More ATG NEWS RELEASE: HAWAII ATTORNEY GENERAL JOINS A BIPARTISAN COALITION OF 40 ATTORNEY GENERALS URGING CONGRESS TO SUPPORT THE BILL TO PREVENT SCHOOL VIOLENCE

Hoʻolehua, Molokaʻi – The Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL), through its contractor Goodfellow Brothers, Inc. (GBI), will begin water line service and fire hydrant replacement work on April 26, ...
Read More DHHL NEWS RELEASE: WATER SERVICE INTERRUPTIONS FOR HO’OLEHUA WATER SYSTEM CUSTOMERS

In this pandemic, every milestone counts. For Hawai‘i, the good news is that we’ve opened vaccinations to anyone age 16 and up, we’re making it easier for fully vaccinated residents ...
Read More Milestones for vaccines, intercounty travel and climate change

HONOLULU – Kiwikiu (Maui parrotbill) is the most endangered native Hawaiian bird. The small yellow honeycreepers live only in high elevation forest on windward Haleakalā, Maui. With an estimated population ...
Read More DLNR NEWS RELEASE: SAVING KIWIKIU – MAUI PARROTBILL ON THE BRINK

A new Vaccination Travel Protocol Program will launch Tuesday, May 11 to allow fully vaccinated individuals who received their shots in Hawai‘i to fly between the islands without pre-travel testing ...
Read More New intercounty exception for fully vaccinated residents

In a series of high-profile U.S. Climate Action Week events viewed around the world last month, Governor Ige highlighted Hawai‘i’s leading role in addressing global warming and transition to renewable ...
Read More Hawai‘i among global leaders in fighting climate change

More funds for affordable rental housing . . . modernization of the unemployment insurance system . . . major renovations for schools and UH system campuses . . . upgrades ...
Read More Governor releases 3 million for CIP across the state