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Honolulu looks to Singapore to solve its housing shortage

by Ryan Finnerty Apr 30, 2019
Honolulu’s housing market is one of the most expensive in the country.
Condo buildings visible from Ala Moana Beach Park.
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Southwest gets FAA approval to fly to Hawaii

by Ben Bradford Mar 1, 2019
Southwest flights to Hawaii will start in small Californian airports, possibly as soon as this month.
Southwest flights to Hawaii will start in small Californian airports, possibly as soon as this month.
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Volcanic activity takes the buzz out of Hawaii's coffee harvest

by Ryan Finnerty Feb 4, 2019
Coffee farmers in Hawaii are citing volcanic activity for a poor harvest.
Lava spews in Kilauea's East Rift Zone on May 23, 2018 in Pahoa, Hawaii, amid eruptions from the Kilauea volcano.
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Hawaii's lucrative film and TV industry grapples with a new ceiling on tax rebates

by Heidi Chang Oct 29, 2018
America’s film and TV industry generates billions of dollars in economic activity each year. That’s why many states compete with each other to lure productions to their locations. Hawaii however, competes more with other countries and tropical locales. And right now, it’s on a…
Guests attend the 2016 Maui Film Festival At Wailea at the Celestial Cinema on June 19, 2016 in Wailea, Hawaii.
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Hawaii's lucrative film and TV industry grapples with a new ceiling on tax rebates

by Heidi Chang Oct 29, 2018
America’s film and TV industry generates billions of dollars in economic activity each year. That’s why many states compete with each other to lure productions to their locations. Hawaii however, competes more with other countries and tropical locales. And right now, it’s on a…
Guests attend the 2016 Maui Film Festival At Wailea at the Celestial Cinema on June 19, 2016 in Wailea, Hawaii.
Mike Windle/Getty Images

Homesickness and regulations: working on a cruise ship isn’t all smooth sailing

by Jana Kasperkevic Oct 4, 2017
Want to swap your cubicle for a cruise ship? Here is what you need to know.
 Fishermen tie up their wooden boat next to a cruise liner in St John's, Antigua.
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Why there is only one cruise ship in the world with an all-American crew

by Jana Kasperkevic Sep 29, 2017
How American protectionism affects cruise ships.
Onlookers watch the cruiseliner "Pride of America" leaving the port of Bremerhaven for its first trip in June 2005. The vessel with a length of 280 meters and place for 2144 passengers is on its way to New York for its ship's christening.
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Sugar plantation closure marks end of a way of life in Hawaii

by Marketplace Contributor Dec 9, 2016
At its peak in the 1930’s, sugar employed 50,000 people across the islands.
HC&S VP of factory operations Robert Luuwai, walks through the sugar mill on Maui for one of the last times.
Molly Solomon

Japanese tourists seek information about their history at Pearl Harbor

by Marketplace Contributor Dec 7, 2016
The National Park Service doesn't keep records on how many Japanese tourists come to Pearl Harbor, but visitors can take guided tours, and find Japanese-language headsets and brochures.
Musashi Shiota is the owner and president of Island Makana Tours. He has been operating his Pearl Harbor tours for Japanese tourists for the past 15 years.
Molly Solomon

In Hawaii, the reality of homelessness can hit suddenly

by Marketplace Contributor Sep 13, 2016
Her mother's stroke meant one young woman had to grow up, fast.
 Malia Derden and her mother Rose outside the Institute for Human Services shelter in Honolulu.
Molly Solomon/Hawai'i Public Radio