Hawaii Bottom Voter
During this time of the year, we see people sign waving and handing out registration forms to vote. But…0
Kanu Hawaiʻi 2012 Voter Registration: Taking “I Will” to “We Will”
Although the population of Oʻahu is high, it’s voter turn out is low. Therefore, Kanu Hawaii has taken the…
Hawaiians Wary of New State Agency
Public concerns regarding the new Public Land Development Corporation leads discussion on the corporation’s future plans moving forward.
Indigenous Insight – Politics
In this episode we take a look at the current political struggle and success for Indigenous communities.
Supreme Court Hearing for Nā Wai ʻEhā
The Hawaiʻi Supreme Court hears arguments for the ongoing Nā Wai ʻEhā proceedings to determine the future of water…
Eō E Nā Kānaka Maoli!! VOTE!!!
As the 2012 Hawaiʻi State Legislature opens, many issues affecting Native Hawaiians will be decided. This includes a potential…
2012 Legislation Open to New Media
The normal news crews were among new storytellers at the Capitol today for the Legislature Session Open. And these…
2011 Year In Review: Economy
This past year was eventful for Hawaiʻi’s economy, full of foreign dignitaries and Disney magic. Although the world spotlight…
2011 Year In Review: Politics
Politics in 2011 can be described in one word: promise. From new government leaders to new laws on the…
State Response to Sand Island Development Concerns
The State wants to build a marina in Kamokuʻākulikuli, better known as Sand Island. Community members voiced strong…