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Alternative sentencing authorized for aquatic violations

MEDIA RELEASE Gov. David Ige has signed Senate Bill 2453 authorizing alternative sentencing for aquatic violations. The new law provides clear legal authority to judges, allowing them to more effectively tailor sentences when aquatics statutes are violated. The bill covers most regulations under the jurisdiction of the DLNR’s Division of Aquatic Resources, including most fisheries […]

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BIPC announces annual Lava Tube, Torch of Light awards

MEDIA RELEASE The Big Island Press Club awards its annual meritorious Torch of Light Award to state Sen. Lorraine Inouye and the Lava Tube dishonor award to Department of Land and Natural Resources Chairwoman Suzanne Case. The Torch of Light award is given to an individual who brightens the public’s right to know, while the […]

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Ige announces slate of nominees

MEDIA RELEASE Gov. David Ige has announced his nominations to lead the Department of Land and Natural Resources and Labor and Industrial Relations and the Office of Information Management and Technology. The appointments are subject to confirmation by the Senate. Linda Chu Takayama has been tapped to lead the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations. […]

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AT&T, The Nature Conservancy team up to ‘Skip the Bag’

MEDIA RELEASE In an effort to empower AT&T customers with sustainable choices, increase efficiency and minimize impact on the environment, AT&T is teaming up with The Nature Conservancy to encourage AT&T customers to skip the bag when purchasing items from its retail stores in Hawaii. With this program, which runs through Jan. 31, AT&T will […]

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Volunteers help Nature Conservancy restore South Kona forest

Volunteers help Nature Conservancy restore South Kona forest

“The volunteers did a fabulous job and the hard work they put in for the day will make a big difference in the preservation of native Hawaiian plants for years to come,” said Suzanne Case, executive director for The Nature Conservancy of Hawaii.  Case was among six Nature Conservancy staff members who joined in the […]

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