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HT-H seeks to reduce back pay owed to journalists

MEDIA RELEASE More than seven years after illegally firing two reporters for union activity, management of the Hawaii Tribune-Herald is seeking to reduce the amount of back pay it owes the wronged journalists, according to the Pacific Media Workers Guild. Administrative Law Judge Jeffrey D.Wedekind conducted a two-day compliance hearing at the Honolulu offices of […]

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Union files grievance over Hilo paper correction

MEDIA RELEASE The Pacific Media Workers Guild has filed an unfair labor practice charge against the Hawaii Tribune-Herald in response to a published correction that identified reporter Hunter Bishop. The front-page correction published Aug. 1, highlighted in yellow above the fold, identified Bishop as the alleged source of an error in a July 26 newspaper […]

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U.S. Court of Appeals rules in favor of terminated Hawaii Tribune-Herald employees

Hawaii 24/7 Staff A federal Court of Appeals has upheld a National Labor Relations Board’s decision that two reporters fired from the Hawaii Tribune-Herald should be reinstated and are eligible for back pay. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit on Friday denied the Stephens Media newspaper’s appeal of a NLRB […]

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NLRB rules in favor of Stephens Media employees

NLRB rules in favor of Stephens Media employees

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Editor The National Labor Relations Board has issued a ruling in a case against the Hawaii Tribune-Herald, ruling in favor of three employees. The four-member board upheld the findings of Administrative Law Judge John J. McCarrick, who ruled March 6, 2008, that the newspaper company had violated section 8(a)(1) of […]

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County of Hawai‘i Mayor Billy Kenoi has announced the appointments of three deputies to key posts in the Department of Public Works, Department of Environmental Management and the Office of Housing and Community Development.

Mayor Kenoi appoints three deputies to county departments

County of Hawai‘i Mayor Billy Kenoi has announced the appointments of three deputies to key posts in the Department of Public Works, Department of Environmental Management and the Office of Housing and Community Development.

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Administration urges Council to OK bond authorization

Administration urges Council to OK bond authorization

The following was submitted by Hunter Bishop, executive assistant to Mayor Billy Kenoi: Those who suggest we run for the bunker in tough economic times fail to see the opportunities that we have to make our island a better place to live. Lost in the anxiety many are feeling over the County budget is a […]

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Kenoi stacks up county administration

Karin Stanton / Hawaii247.com Contributing Editor Big Island Mayor-elect Billy Kenoi has announced a few key appointments officially, while others have been trumpeted in a variety of public forums over the weekend. Wally Lau, who has been the director of Neighborhood Place of Kona for 10 years, will take over as deputy managing director, Kenoi […]

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