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How Los Angeles Rams pre-season at Aloha Stadium will help Hawaii tourism?

A Los Angeles Rams pre-season will be playing at the Aloha Stadium in Honolulu. The reason is to promote tourism to Hawaii. The Los Angeles Rams and the Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) are kicking off a partnership to promote tourism to the Hawaiian Islands, it was announced today. As part of the agreement, the Rams will play a 2019 preseason game at Aloha Stadium in Hawaii. Game details including date, time and... Read More
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Fairmont Kea Lani offers resort guests reef-safe sunscreen

Fairmont Kea Lani, Hawai’i’s only all-suite and villa luxury resort, has partnered with a local skincare company, Kuleana®, becoming the first Hawai‘i resort to offer its guests the new, locally sourced, all natural reef-safe sunscreen in complimentary beach and poolside dispensers. This recent step taken by Fairmont Kea Lani furthers its dedication to responsible and sustainable tourism practices. “We are thrilled to offer industry leading sunscreen designed to malama `aina, mai... Read More
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Hawaiian Airlines welcomes over 971,000 guests in October 2018

Hawaiian Airlines Hawaiian Airlines, Inc., a subsidiary of Hawaiian Holdings, Inc., today announced its system-wide traffic statistics for the month ended October 31, 2018. Hawaiian welcomed over 971,000 guests in October 2018, a record for the month of October and an increase of 0.5 percent over the same period last year. Total traffic (revenue passenger miles) increased 3.6 percent on an increase of 6.3 percent in capacity (available seat miles). Load... Read More

ACLU of Hawaii calls on Kahala Nui retirement community to stop religious discrimination

The ACLU Program on Freedom of Religion and Belief and the ACLU of Hawaiʻi Foundation have sent a demand letter to Kāhala Nui, an O‘ahu-based retirement community, calling on it to immediately stop engaging in illegal and discriminatory housing practices. In particular, the demand letter notes that Kāhala Nui’s residency agreement and a memorandum sent to residents on May 11, 2018, seek to prohibit residents from exercising their rights under the provisions of the recently passed “Our Care, Our Choice” Act because it was opposed by the Catholic Church. The memorandum refers to... Read More

Kailua Hawaii native teaches LCS training

A 1998 Kalaheo High School graduate and Kailua, Hawaii, native is currently an instructor for the U.S. Navy training Sailors in operating the technologically advanced Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) Electronic Warfare Systems. Cryptologic Technician (Technical) Chief Petty Officer Dean Gushikuma is currently an instructor at the LCS Training Facility (LTF). The LTF, the first surface warfare training facility to provide integrated bridge and combat systems tactical scenario training for Sailors serving... Read More