An exchange of letters between a Hawaiian political leader and a U.S. senator in 1897 reflects the central questions of today's Hawaiian sovereignty movement.
The executive office continues to fill vacancies on state agency boards with new appointments to the Land Use Commission and the Hawaiʻi Housing Finance and Development Corporation
After meeting on Tuesday to discuss the possibility of pursuing a petition OHA filed on July 7 to contest the Thirty Meter Telescope sublease, OHA's trustees have decided the agency will not attempt to block the project.
Government transparency advocacy groups make their pick for this year's most altered, unrecognizable and least transparent bill of the 2014 legislative session.
In a statement to the press, the Movement for Aloha No Ka Aina (MANA) challenges OHA to heed the community voices that have spoken against federal recognition.
Why no one should be surprised over environmental exemptions granted to the navy during RIMPAC and beyond.
The Abercrombie campaign responds to criticism by David Ige over the governor's cancellation of three AARP debates.
“We miss him everyday, he’s talked about everyday, he’s remembered everyday. We’re still lost, empty, not the same as we once were when he was around.”
The governor announced today three nominations for interim appointees to fill vacancies on the state's land board.