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Breaking News from Hawaii Island: Lava crossed highway, entered Ocean forming toxic fumes

Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Hawaii Island County Civil Defense informed, that Lava had crossed Higway 137 at the 13-mile marker and has entered the ocean.A second lava flow is about 437 yards from the highway. The highway is closed between Kamaili Road and Pohoiki Road. This is the Hawaii Civil Defense Message by Hawaii County for Saturday, May 19 at 11:00pm in the evening. Hawaiian Volcano Observatory continues to monitor active... Read More
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ACLU Event in Honolulu: Reproductive Freedom on Policy Trends Affecting Our Rights in Hawaii and the Nation

Honolulu- According to the ACLU there is an attacks on access to birth control. Cruel efforts to prevent immigrants from seeking reproductive health care, women’s health and reproductive freedom are under siege and are an important topic in Hawai‘i and across the country. A free, public discussion on current policy trends in reproductive rights and abortion access will happen Friday, June 1, 2018, from 6:15 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the... Read More
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It’s official: Hawaii Tourism is wide open for business

Hawaii Tourism Authority It’s official. Hawaii is open for tourism business. The Aloha State is welcoming visitors and there is absolutely no reason for travelers planning a trip to the Hawaiian Islands to change or alter their leisure or business travel plans. This is a welcoming message for the Hawaii travel and tourism industry after earlier reports on the eruption of the Kilauea Volcano on Hawaii Island. This is the statement... Read More
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Hawaii Volcano: Shelter in Place Explosive Eruption, strong earthquake and Code Red for Ashfall

Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Ashes as high as 25,000 feet are causing a new ashfall advisory on the Island of Hawaii at this time. Yesterday volcanic emission from the Overlook crater within Halema`uma`u had generally decreased since yesterday. Although varying in intensity, at times the plume contains enough ash to be gray in color. The cloud is rising an estimated 3 to 4,000 feet above the ground, but altitudes... Read More
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Hawaii Volcano: Shelter in Place Explosive Eruption, strong earthquake and Code Red for Ashfall

  Ashes as high as 25,000 feet are causing a new ashfall advisory on the Island of Hawaii at this time. Yesterday volcanic emission from the Overlook crater within Halema`uma`u had generally decreased since yesterday. Although varying in intensity, at times the plume contains enough ash to be gray in color. The cloud is rising an estimated 3 to 4,000 feet above the ground, but altitudes are varying with pulses of... Read More
Hawaii Tourism News 

Waikiki Beachcomber by Outrigger hosts TOMA surf art exhibition

Waikiki Beachcomber by Outrigger introduces TOMA – Terrace of Modern Art, a summer series featuring celebrated artists who draw their inspiration from the beach. This vibrant, surf-art exhibit kicks off on June 1, 2018 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Waikiki Beachcomber by Outrigger. The hotel pool deck adjacent to Hawaiian Aroma Caffe will be transformed into an outdoor art gallery – featuring the work of internationally renowned artist Eduardo Bolioli... Read More
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Hawaii Tourism Authority appeal to visitors: Don’t cancel your Hawaiian vacation!

Volcano activities on the Island of Hawaii Visit Hawaii now! The Aloha State is open for business. Hawaii Tourism is under threat, but there has never been a better time to experience the Aloha Spirit. Jobs are depending on  Hawaii Tourism business in Hawaii, and the change from a record year to a huge loss on Hawaiian Island is forcing people to get in line for unemployment benefits. The Hawaii Tourism Authority... Read More
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What is A Resort Fee and Why Should Hawaii Residents Care?

HAWAII: May 15, 2018 -The year was 2016. Hawaii hotels had begun adding a Resort Fee to their guest’s final bills.  An article entitled:" The big Hawaii hotel conspiracy, tax evasion", was reported by eTurboNews in August 2016 The author of this article was Juergen Steinmetz, a 40-year international tourism industry veteran, and publisher of eTurboNews. Steinmetz first began investigating the Hawaii Resort Fee by attempting to talk with local and national... Read More
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Hawaii Island: New Eruption breaks out in the east rift zone in lower Puna

The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory has announced that fissure 16 is venting lava spatter about a mile below the Puna Geothermal Plant, a mile west of Highway 132. No lava flow has yet occurred. Highway 132 (Pahoa-Kapoho Road) remains open and no buildings are in danger from the latest fissure. The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory said the 16th fissure with lava spatter opened east of the Puna Geothermal Plant and Northeast of the... Read More
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CBS announces Hawaii’s favorite TV series MagnumP.I. is being picked up for 2019

The long-running TV series Magnum P.I. began in 1980 starring Tom Selleck as Thomas Magnum, a private investigator (P.I.) living on Oahu, Hawaii. The series ran from 1980 to 1988 during its first-run broadcast on the American television network CBS. The series consistently ranked in the top twenty U.S. network TV programs during the first five years of its original run. In 2017, CBS issued a pilot commitment for a reboot... Read More