Archive

  • ʻĀhaʻi ʻŌlelo Ola – April 19, 2009

    Hōkūleʻa voyages to Palmyra Atoll on a journey of discovery, folks get into Haleʻiwa’s Loko Ea fishpond to provide...

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  • Brother Noland

    Noland Conjugation, known to most simply as “Brother Noland,” has become an icon in Hawaiʻi’s music industry, with his…

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  • Alu Like Book Fair

    Alu Like is helping many of our Hawaiʻi charter schools continue this tradition of learning through reading by holding…

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  • Kaʻena

    Kaʻena Point is one of the last undeveloped natural areas on Oʻahu.

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  • Alphabet

    The Mission Houses Museum’s new exhibit “Alphabet Soup” explores Hawaiian language and literacy.

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  • Lā Kūkahekahe 2009

    Lā Kūkahekahe was an event held at Windward Community College to celebrate and strengthen the Hawaiian language.

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  • Pidgin

    We speak with Marlene Booth, director of “Pidgin: The Voice of Hawaiʻi,” a new film that sheds light on…

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  • ʻĀhaʻi ʻŌlelo Ola- Kokua Ohana

        KokuaOhana April 7, 2009                Kōkua ʻOhana is an organization helping...

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  • ʻĀhaʻi ʻŌlelo Ola – April 5, 2009

    The Ceded Lands goes to the U.S. Supreme Court, the football team at Ke Kula Kaiapuni ʻO Ānuenue preserves...

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  • CNHA Wrap Up

    The 8th Annual Native Hawaiian Convention wrapped up last week here in Honolulu.

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  • USSC Decision

    In a 12-page, unanimous decision, the U.S. Supreme Court remanded the Ceded Lands case back to the Hawaiʻi Supreme…

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  • Nānākuli Housing

    If you need assistance repairing your home, look no further than Nānākuli Housing Corporation.

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  • Taxes Reminder

    A reminder that the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement is helping Native Hawaiian families thorugh the tax season.

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  • Makapuʻu

    Makapuʻu beach’s name goes back to a deity, a supernatural woman whose name was Makapuʻu.

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  • Lā Kūpuna

    Students of Ke Kula ʻO Ānuenue and their families gathered to honor their beloved kūpuna with performance and food.

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  • Leg Kids

    Hawaiian immersion students participate in “Hawaiʻi Leaders for a Day” at the Capitol.

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  • Brolin Leader

    What does football and wrestling have to do with singing? All three are pastimes of Brolin Kawewehi, who will…

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  • Palmyra

    Hawaiʻi’s doubled-hulled canoe Hōkūleʻa returned from a 2,500 mile voyage to Palmyra as part of training for the upcoming…

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