LETTER: Behind the Veil: Why TMT Is a Human Rights Issue

The debate over the construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope has drawn fierce divisions across Hawai‘i.
July 17, 2019

LETTER: July 4 Is a Triple Holiday for Hawai‘i, Celebrating 1776, 1894, 1960

July 4, 1960, marked the date when the US flag with 50 stars was first officially displayed.
July 04, 2019

LETTER: There’s Something About Hawai‘i

Of course, there’s the tacky, touristy, pricey side, but this is an island with many faces. It’s one of the ‘other’ faces that startles me.
June 12, 2019

LETTER: ‘Queen’s Health Systems Does Not Value Nurses Equally’

Queen’s management has refused to join the discussion or settle a fair contract that treats the nurses at NHCH as equals to the nurses at other Queen’s facilities.
May 28, 2019

LETTER: Concerns With Siting of PGV

I read with interest the recent coverage of the restoration of service of the facilities at PGV, particularly the comments of State Senator Russell Ruderman.
May 19, 2019

LETTER: Hardworking Employees Do Positive Things for Our Island

I’ve noticed people are quick point out negative things about county government, but there is a lot hardworking employees that do positive things for our island community who are not acknowledged.
May 19, 2019

LETTER: Are Backyard Beekeepers Killing the Bees?

In Hawaii, beekeeping is a big business.
May 09, 2019

LETTER: Lower Puna Mango Trees Have Been Raped

We were having a bumper crop of mangos this year.
May 07, 2019

LETTER: Glyphosate: ‘We’re Being Poisoned!’

Glyphosate: We’re being poisoned!
May 07, 2019

LETTER: One Year Ago in Pāhoa

Dear Editor – one year ago I started with a coffee and Muffin in Pahoa on 3rd of May in the late morning and took a bath in Ahalanui beach park approx
May 05, 2019