Legislative leaders introduce Native Hawaiian reconciliation measures, Chinese seek asylum from coronavirus, lawmakers want to tighten gun laws, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Native Hawaiian oli at Mauna Kea ©2020 All Hawaii News Hawaii Lawmakers Want State To Reconcile With Native Hawaiians. Resolution would create a “blue ribbon commission” to establish a new relationship based on trust. Civil Beat.Mauna Kea Ignited A New Wave Of Hawaiian Pride. Where Does It Go From Here? The protests are seen as part of a long push toward more self-determination for Native Hawaiians, but there is little consensus on how best to achieve that. Civil Beat.=====Pearl Harbor co...
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Salta by

Salta byJo da bussen startet opp presis kl 8.50 og vi var riktig fornyde. Vi hadde ikke kjrt i mange minuttene fr bussen kjrte p en lama. Heldigvis s det ut som den klarte seg bra for den lp videre. Kvelden fr og i lpet av
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Flipkart shuts operations of Jabong’s website: Report

Flipkart has shut down the operations of Jabong’s website and users are redirected to Myntra’s shopping website from the Jabong website, the Economic Times reported. Upon visiting, the website automatically gets redirected to, and Jabong’s app on iOS, shows the message “rush to Myntra to place your orders”, right on the home screen. […] ...
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Canadian Banking: How Newcomers Can Build Credit

by  Ivy Chiu Moving to a new country presents allows you to pursue new personal and professional opportunities. By taking time to understand the financial system, immigrants can create a solid foundation for their new life. This could mean the difference between surviving and thriving during the first few years. While most newcomers are aware that Canada’s banking system differs from that of their home country, they often do not know what those differences entail. Keep reading to see tips on...
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A Rock Hunter

Alexander nearly 5 is a rock hunter. He and his magnifying glass are rarely separated as he moves around searching for new and interesting rocks. He proudly showed us his collection in his treasure chest in his bedroom. Carried around in his pocket is a
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Sailing on a Viking Douro River Cruise in Portugal: My Review

I’ve been on many cruises in all parts of the world, from an expeditionary cruise in Antarctica to a river cruise in Myanmar. When both ocean and river cruises are combined though, I have sailed with Viking more often than any other cruise line and they’re a company that I have come to know very well over the years. That was one reason of many why I was excited to join them on a sailing of Portugal’s much-lauded Douro River. To be honest, the cruise had its issues that were all caused by Mo...
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TravelCon: Come attend the biggest travel media event of the year!

Posted: 2/5/2020 | February 5th, 2020 Are you in the travel industry? Want to learn from the best, meet your peers, and make deals with brands? For those of you who don’t know, in 2018 we created an event called TravelCon. This three-day conference connects you with industry leaders, influencers, and celebrated writers through keynote speeches, small-group writing and photography workshops, breakout tutorial sessions, networking events, and industry panels. At TravelCon, you’ll: Improve your ...
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Shiji Group Appoints Michael Kessler New CEO of ReviewPro

Shiji Group, a global leader in providing secure and scalable technology stacks for the hospitality, food service, retail and entertainment industries, announced today that it has appointed Michael Kessler as the new CEO of ReviewPro, a subsidiary brand of Shiji Group.
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Letter to PM from Kisan Putra – essential reforms for agriculture

Sharing this letter (PDF here). KISANPUTRA ANDOLAN Amber, Housing Society, AMBAJOGAI-431517 (Beed) Maharashtra Mb.8411909909 Email- [email protected] 26th January 2017 26th January 2020 TO, The Prime Minister of INDIA New Delhi Subject: – Abolition of Anti-Farmer Laws. Respected Sir, You are very well aware that the financial condition of the farmers has become very pathetic, pitiable […]
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THE WAILERS performing songs from the LEGEND album and other BOB MARLEY classics

February 6th marks the day the legendary Bob Marley was born 75 years ago, and it is with honour and great respect that on this very day Bluesfest announce the great man’s band The Wailers will perform on Sunday April 12 at Bluesfest, Byron Bay. Performing songs from Legend, the best-selling reggae album ever, and the second longest charting album ever on the Billboard Chart, 992 weeks, only surpassed by Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ this performance is sure to be a Bluesfest highlight....
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Oyo acquires TUI's vacation rental tour operator businessOyo acquires TUI's vacation rental tour operator business

TUI Wolters business adds 17,000 holiday homes to Oyo portfolio
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Top 5 places to see the Northern Lights in Iceland

February and March (near the solstice) are statistically better for spotting the Northern Lights than the darkest months of the year. So there is still time to plan that long weekend this year with the Aurora Borealis in mind. The first week of April is the last week I would give anyone a good chance […] The post Top 5 places to see the Northern Lights in Iceland appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
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Boeing 737 Broke Apart After Overrunning Runway In Istanbul

A Pegasus Airlines Boeing 737 touched down in bad weather at Istanbul’s second airport (Sabiha, code SAW) after flying from Izmur, Turkey. Flight PC 2193 overran runway 6 and hit the airport’s perimeter wall. The plane broke into 3 parts. An engine that separated caught fire. There were 183 passengers and crew on board. It took nearly five hours to free everyone from the wreckage. One person is reported to have perished, and 157 taken to area hospitals. All six crew on board were injured. Contin...
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Hot Coals - Kogi Korean BBQ, Haymarket

" It's like a Korean boy band," I whisper to Mr NQN. We are sitting down at Kogi Korean BBQ and one by one each young staff member comes and cooks out meat for us. There's the one with the booming voice and American accent, the other one more softly spoken, the one that's a bit cool and aloof and the one that smiles a lot. "They've even got different looks," says Mr NQN admiringly looking back and forth between them.
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New Orleans cuisine told by a chef

When it comes to food, the old cliche of the United States as a melting pot rings true. Nowhere, however, is it truer than New Orleans. There are Haitian, Vietnamese, Italian, Cuban, and Chinese influences in the food of this eclectic city. Classic French dishes get a Southern twist and are then punched up with spices from India and West Africa. This all makes New Orleans an exciting place for people like Phillip Lopez, the executive chef at Galatoire’s and the host of the PBS show Good Gumb...
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Regent Seven Seas Cruises Catalog: 2020 – 2022

CLICK HERE FOR THE COMPLETE CATALOG The Regent Seven Seas Cruises Catalog for 2020 thru 2022 The Regent Seven Seas Cruises Catalog showcases every voyage from 2020 through 2022. If you are looking to become familiar with Regent Seven Seas Cruises, the first 33-pages will make a careful introduction. And then, the remaining pages will describe every cruise with maps, brief itineraries, as well as current pricing. 10 Things to Know About Regent Seven Seas Cruises They are one of our preferre...
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Mountain Biking in Scottsdale at Brown’s Ranch

Scottsdale is probably not the first city you think of when it comes to mountain biking. But it should actually be on your radar. Scottsdale is home to 200 plus miles of trails in the McDowell Sonoran Preserve ALONE with trails ranging from beginner through to advanced. Some trails like the ones we did at Brown’s Ranch are made with crushed granite and compacted soil while others are rocky with loose gravel (and so more difficult). Everyone from novice to expert will have no problem finding a tr...
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Isle of Man wants you to ditch cell

If you take vacations for the purpose of relaxing and unplugging, but then find it nearly impossible to stop looking at your phone, the Isle of Man’s “phonebox” concept is right up your alley. In an effort to encourage visitors to be in the moment and enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings, the island is installing “phoneboxes” at rural retreats around the island. These boxes contain a guidebook to the Isle of Man, a film camera, postcards and stamps, a map of the island, bird and plant ide...
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Oil prices jump 2% as virus vaccine reports spur hope - Reuters

Oil prices jump 2% as virus vaccine reports spur hope - Reuters:Oil prices jumped about 2% on Wednesday on media reports that suggested scientists were developing a vaccine for the fast-spreading coronavirus, even as world health experts said treatments have not yet been found.Also supporting oil was news that the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its producer allies were considering further output cuts to counter a potential squeeze on global oil demand.The outbreak h...
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What The IRS Has To Say About Meals On Board Private Jets

A roundup of the most important stories of the day. I keep you up to date on the most interesting writings I find on other sites – the latest news and tips. Continue reading What The IRS Has To Say About Meals On Board Private Jets...
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Holland America Adds a New Chef to Culinary Council

There’s a change happening over at Holland America’s Culinary Council.  Award-winning chef Edouardo Jordan has joined the Culinary Council chef line-up.   If the name doesn’t sound familiar, Jordan is an award-winning chef based in Seattle with three very popular restaurants; Salare, JuneBaby and Lucinda Grain Read More The post Holland America Adds a New Chef to Culinary Council appeared first on .
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Hysterical Journey to Historic Places

MAUD HAWK WRIGHTA stronger tougher more resilient woman has not yet been born than Maud. She tumbled into the world on Memorial Day 1889 in Bessemer Jefferson County Alabama. She was the eldest of five siblings being raised by Thomas Austin
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How Deleting Instagram for 30 Days Saved my Sanity

Travel blog by Travels of Adam (Hipster Blog) – Travels of Adam (Hipster Blog) - By now, it’s no surprise that 2019 was a pretty rough year for me personally. It was exacerbated by a difficult breakup at the end of the year, some financial problems, and a general malaise from all the news of the world. By the time December 1st rolled around, I had pretty much checked out for the year—unable and unwilling to do much work, and just generally ~ tired. Every little thing was affecting my mood;...
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How to make traditional Berber tea

Berber-Libyan tea is a true specialty. Heated over the coals of an open fire in the sands of the Sahara, Libyan tea is dark and rich, often served with nuts floating in the steaming hot tea. Berbers — the native ethnic group of Libya and the Maghreb, or northwest Africa, region — make their home in Libya’s mountains and desert. Today the Berber, or Amazigh people, account for just 5 percent of Libya’s population, but their traditions live on. The making and drinking of tea in Berber-Libyan c...
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Best black-owned eateries in London

London is a famously multicultural city, shaped by the immigrant communities that have built their lives there. Much like the city itself, black-owned restaurants here span the width of the African diaspora. From the kitchens of the American South to Addis Ababa, these black-owned eateries transcend borders and passport stamps. Basically, you don’t need to leave the Big Smoke for an authentic yet diverse taste of African culture and identity. Besides well-seasoned plates, this round-up will ...
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Lazy last day in Tafraoute before Journey North

Day 17. 5thFeb WednesdayMet Jan at 9am and we went for breakfast I had tomato omelet he had bread dips of Olive oil Argan oil and crushed Almond paste like peanut butter. My omelet was nice although I didnt eat the large red chil
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About 350 more Wuhan coronavirus evacuees land at California military base from China

More Americans fleeing the coronavirus outbreak are being evacuated from Wuhan, China, to the U.S. On Wednesday, 2 State Department-chartered jetliners carried an estimated 350 U.S. citizens from Wuhan, China, to a U.S. military base in California. All of the recent arrivals will be quarantined for 14 days, said the U.S. Defense Department. First, the two planes landed at Travis Air Force Base, which sits about half way between San Francisco and Sacramento. Then, one of the two planes contin...
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Hochdorf Besuch des Keltenmuseums

Nachdem wieder eine Woche in Stuttgart erfolgreich zu Ende gegangen ist habe ich letzten Sonntag einen Ausflug zum Keltenmuseum in Hochdorf unternommen. Das ist nur etwa eine halbe Stunde von meiner Zweitwohnung entfernt. Es gab einen kostenlosen Parkplat
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25 Most Amazing Ancient Ruins of the World

The world is home to a plethora of fascinating ancient ruins, from crumbling cities to temples that have withstood the test of time. Many of these ancient societies were incredibly innovative and forward thinking. Just take a look at their meticulous city planning and incredible feats of engineering; some of which we are yet to
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Analysis Of Marriott Hotel Redemption Category Changes Coming March 4

Marriott has an award chart with each hotel assigned a category from 1 to 8. That determines the price you'll pay in points for a standard room, as long as that room is available. Every year Marriott re-categorizes hotels, moving them up or down, largely based on whether the rates are expected higher or lower than the previous year. There's some wiggle room for adjustment, but changes largely track the hotel market. Here's what's happening March 4, 2020. Continue reading Analysis Of Marriot...
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