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Hawaiian Airlines booking mainland routes, University of Hawaii reopening Aug. 24, Blangiardi's past scrutinized, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Hawaiian Airlines loaded for service ©2020 All Hawaii News Hawaiian Airlines to resume most U.S. mainland routes, increase interisland schedules. Hawaiian Airlines announced today that it is resuming most of its U.S. mainland routes and will increase its neighbor island schedule — although international service will remain suspended due to restrictions on inbound travel. Star-Advertiser.Hawaiian Airlines to Resume Most US Mainland Routes. Hawaiian Airlines is set to resume a reduced sched...
Tags: Travel, Senate, US, City, Hawaii, Kansas, Southwest Airlines, Chinatown, Hawaii Island, Hawaiian Airlines, Kauai, Maui, Josh Green, State, Hawai, Honolulu


Hawaii tries to work out tourist testing, braces for July 4 crowds, Hana Highway to remain closed, newspaper jobs cut in union deal, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Waikiki Aquarium ©2020 All Hawaii News The Waikiki Aquarium reopened on Monday with new safety measures like barriers and face mask requirements in place. KITV4.=====Gov. David Ige says Hawaii will be ready for tourists on Aug. 1. Gov. David Ige said Monday that Hawaii will be ready by Aug. 1 to implement the passenger testing program that would allow out-of-state travelers to bypass the 14-day quarantine, despite the concerns of some local residents and the rising coronavirus cases. Star...
Tags: Travel, City, Hawaii, House, Airbnb, Kilauea, Vrbo, Kauai, Maui, Department Of Health, Honolulu, Hawaii County, Board of Education, U S Environmental Protection Agency, U S Coast Guard, Hawaiian Islands


COVID? What COVID? Hawaii survey shows residents less concerned as cases spike, teachers' union OKs school reopening plan, union tries to stem Honolulu newspaper layoffs, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Hilo Farmers Market vendor without a mask on June 27, 2020. ©2020 All Hawaii News Many residents no longer see COVID-19 as a threat, DOH survey says. An increasing number of Hawaii residents no longer see COVID-19 as much of a threat as they did in the earlier stages of the pandemic, according to a follow-up survey commissioned by the Hawaii State Department of Health. KHON2.DOH survey shows ‘alarming’ decrease among Hawaii residents who follow COVID-19 prevention guidelines. An increasin...
Tags: Travel, Hollywood, Senate, Hawaii, House, DOE, Big Island, Kauai, Maui, Department Of Education, Department Of Health, Honolulu, Legislature, Board of Education, West Hawaii, Oahu


Hawaii to lift quarantine for those passing COVID-19 test, hospitals ready for anticipated virus surge, police discipline disclosure bill advances, Senate President: Zuckerberg didn't break quarantine, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii government officials announce reopening travel PC:Governor's Office Ige: Hawaii’s Quarantine Will Be Lifted For Those Who Show Proof Of Negative COVID-19 Test. Gov. David Ige said officials expect to see a rise in virus cases, but Hawaii hospitals are equipped with the capacity to handle new infections. Civil Beat.Gov. David Ige announces trans-Pacific testing program as alternative to quarantine. Starting Aug. 1, passengers with approved negative COVID-19 tests taken within 72 hou...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Senate, Hawaii, House, Pacific, Zuckerberg, Lanai, Waikiki, Kauai, Maui, Department Of Health, Travelers, Honolulu, Legislature


U.S. Justice Department challenges Hawaii's traveler quarantine, $70M in public worker raises despite economic shutdown, police reform back at Legislature, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands.

Honolulu airport in pre-COVID days ©2020 All Hawaii News Justice Department Says Ige's Quarantine Order Likely Discriminates Against Out-Of-State Travelers. The Department of Justice is backing a lawsuit filed by Mainland residents who are challenging the constitutionality of Gov. David Ige's mandatory 14-day quarantine. Hawaii Public Radio.Justice Department urges Gov. David Ige to lift out-of-state quarantine. The U.S. Department of Justice is the newest powerful interest pressuring Gov...
Tags: Travel, California, Cdc, Senate, Hawaii, House, Aclu, Nevada, Kim, Department Of Justice, Pacific Ocean, Pearl Harbor, EMS, Dot, Big Island, Kauai


Airport facial recognition draws concerns, Maui lawmaker cited for sitting on beach, container ship loses its load, Oahu to bring back karaoke, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Young Brothers cargo ship in Hilo Harbor PC:Sen. Kai Kahele At least 21 shipping containers fall off Young Brothers barge. At least 21 containers fell off a Young Brothers barge en route to Hilo Harbor on Monday morning, but the cause has yet to be confirmed. Tribune-Herald.Multiple containers fall overboard in waters off Hilo. Improper loading and possible overloading of an interisland freight barge and employing practices to avoid paying overtime may have played a role in at least 21 sh...
Tags: Travel, Senate, Hawaii, House, Aclu, John, Big Island, Hawaii Island, Waikiki, Kauai, Maui, Department Of Education, Department Of Health, Josh Green, State, Honolulu


Hawaii Legislature convenes today to spend CARES money, Honolulu mayoral candidates spar over rail, COVID-19 spikes expected, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Iolani Palace ©2020 All Hawaii News Iolani Palace is ‘hurting badly’ financially following Covid-19 closure. Iolani Palace is facing financial difficulties after being closed for three months due to the coronavirus. Pacific Business News.=====Hawaii lawmakers lay out plans to use $635M in federal aid for the unemployed and small businesses. The Hawaii state Legislature has announced plans for how it will spend $635 million from the federal aid package in response to the coronavirus to hel...
Tags: Travel, Alaska, Hawaii, Epa, Big Island, Kauai, Department Of Health, Honolulu, Hawaii County, Legislature, Oahu, Hawaii Legislature, East Hawaii, Kihei, Hawaii Department of Health, Hawaiian Islands


Attorney General proposes more power for Health Department, tighter vacation rental laws, unemployment dips slightly, COVID-19 cases spike upon reopening, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Attorney General Clare Connors addresses Senate Special Committee on COVID-19 AG proposes measures aimed at improving state’s response during pandemics. Hawaii Attorney General Clare Connors told lawmakers Thursday she’s proposing a set of bills aimed at a smoother transition into emergency mode and better tracking of quarantined individuals during pandemics. Tribune-Herald.Hawaii Short Term Vacation Rental Rules Clarified, New Bill Proposed. As state and local officials explain the curr...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Black Lives Matter, Pacific, Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, Department Of Health, Eis, Hawai, Honolulu, Legislature, Oahu, Mauna Kea, AG, Sarah Park


Best places to camp in all 50 states

If ever there were a time to head outdoors, this is it. Camping is already our national pastime, but this year it may just be our savior — as we seek places where we can actually travel to and achieve some of the serenity we all need. We’ve been taking a good look at camping as of late, everything from pitching a tent, taking the kids, and camping permit-free or in an RV. Here, we bring it all together to let you know our very favorite places to camp, whether by crashing ocean waves or on a l...
Tags: All, Camping, National Park, State Park, US parks, US Wilderness


COVID-19 clusters at Waikiki restaurant, Honolulu nursing home; Pompeo talks coronavirus with Chinese officials in Hawaii; Legislature to convene Monday despite staff testing positive, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

HART video game screengrab Video game getting $190,000 in Honolulu rail money. It will likely be some time next year when people can first ride the rail in Honolulu, but meanwhile you can play a video game you helped pay for. KHON2.State House staff member tests positive for coronavirus. House Speaker Scott State House staff member tests positive for coronavirus. Star-Advertiser.Some elements of the governor's emergency proclamations could be adopted by state Legislature. The Senate Speci...
Tags: Travel, China, Hawaii, House, Bill, City Council, Donald Trump, Hawaii Island, Waikiki, Kauai, Maui, Department Of Health, State, Honolulu, Scott, Hawaii County


Fewer Hawaii residents comply with mask order, Pompeo meets Chinese counterpart in Honolulu today, inter-island travel begins, cult leaves state, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Discarded mask on Hawaii roadside ©2020 All Hawaii News Hawaii officials notice a worrisome trend: Fewer residents wearing masks. The governor’s emergency order requires face masks at most public settings. Hawaii News Now.Retailers report resistance to the in-store mask requirement. Gov. David Ige’s Ninth Supplemental Proclamation related to the COVID-19 emergency specifically instructs employees and customers to wear masks and engage in social distancing. Star-Advertiser.=====Quarantine ...
Tags: Travel, Hong Kong, Hawaii, John, Kim, Pacific, Marshall Islands, Big Island, Kauai, Maui, Department Of Education, State, Hawai, Honolulu, Legislature, U S Environmental Protection Agency


Pompeo to meet Chinese officials in Hawaii, vacation rentals reopening on three islands, state's largest newspaper threatens to lay off half of newsroom, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo official photo Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to meet with Chinese officials in Hawaii as tensions escalate. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is planning a trip to Hawaii this week to meet with Chinese government officials as tensions continue to mount between China and the United States, according to multiple media reports. Star-Advertiser.Pompeo Plans To Meet In Hawaii With China Officials. Politico and CNN are reporting that U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pom...
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14-day out of state quarantine extended to July 31, vacation rentals to begin reopening, facial recognition coming to airports, no audit for Honolulu rail, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Gov. David Ige June 10, 2020 press conference from video Gov. David Ige Extends Trans-Pacific Travel Quarantine To July 31. Interisland travel will be opened on June 16. Passengers will be subject to a temperature check and anyone with a fever over 100.4 degrees will not be allowed to board. Civil Beat.Gov. David Ige extends trans-Pacific quarantine through July 31, announces temperature checks for interisland flights. Gov. David Ige today extended the mandatory 14-day self-quarantine for...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Associated Press, Bill, Council, Pacific, Kauai, Maui, Hawai, Honolulu, CIP, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii News Now, Maui News, Garden Island


Pretesting of inbound Hawaii passengers urged, Maui bars to reopen, Kauai Foodland to close, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Honolulu airport ©2020 All Hawaii News Experts: Test Passengers To Reopen Hawaii Tourism. People traveling to Hawaii could get a COVID-19 test before boarding the plane at a national pharmacy chain under a deal in the works with state officials. Civil Beat.UH proposal calls for strict preflight screening of out-of-state passengers. The University of Hawaii is proposing a way to allow for the reopening of out-of-state travel to Hawaii while ensuring minimal spread of COVID-19 from tourists...
Tags: Travel, Minneapolis, Hawaii, Kim, City Council, Hawaii Island, Waikiki, Kauai, Maui, Honolulu, Hawaii County, West Hawaii, State Capitol, Oahu, Circuit Court, Hawaii Department of Health


Hawaii Legislature to take up police misconduct bill, Ige asks participants in Black Lives Matter rallies to self-isolate, military travel restrictions lifted, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Police on parade, file photo, ©2020 All Hawaii News Hawaii House Speaker Says Cop Misconduct Bill Is ‘On Our Radar’. The House and Senate are reviewing a measure requiring more disclosure on the part of police agencies that stalled last year after passing both chambers. Civil Beat.Gov. Ige asks protesters from weekend Black Lives Matter rallies to voluntarily self-isolate. Gov. David Ige today requested that participants in Black Lives Matter protests over the weekend consider self-isolat...
Tags: Travel, Minneapolis, Senate, Department Of Defense, Hawaii, House, Pentagon, Catholic, Council, Black Lives Matter, Big Island, Kauai, Maui, Trump, Koko, Hawai


Unemployment chief goes on leave amid system meltdown that leaves thousands unpaid, Black Lives Matter demonstrations draw peaceful crowds, campaign donor gets big COVID contract, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Scott Murakami (l) with Gov. David Ige in April 22 Facebook live session The Head Of Hawaii’s Unemployment Office Is On Leave. It’s not clear whether the leave is voluntary, but agency officials say the labor director had been receiving death threats. Civil Beat.Hawaii unemployment office director on leave, governor’s office confirms. Scott Murakami, the director of the state Department of Labor and Industrial Relations, is currently on leave, putting his deputy in charge, a spokeswoman f...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Hawaii, House, Black Lives Matter, Kauai, Maui, Great Pacific Garbage Patch, Josh Green, Honolulu, West Hawaii, Oahu, Department of Motor Vehicles, Pacific Islanders, Maui County Council, Hawaiian Islands


Hawaii braces for economic fallout, union worries about possible furloughs, Hannemann running again for Honolulu mayor, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Lone man fishing ©2020 All Hawaii News ‘It’s Going To Be Bad’: Federal Aid Will Soon Run Out For Many In Hawaii. With the state’s largest industry shut down and federal funds soon to dry up, nothing is on the horizon to replace residents’ lost income. Civil Beat.Pandemic Job Losses In Hawaii Curb Cash Flow To Families Abroad. Many immigrants from the Philippines have to decide between saving money to survive unemployment or sending it to relatives. Civil Beat.HGEA says the state could sti...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, West, Philippines, Hawaii, Mra, Chinatown, Hawaii Island, Waikiki, Kauai, Maui, Josh Green, Honolulu, Hawaii County, Oahu, Police Department


Lt. Gov. Green pushes for reopening, residents support Thirty Meter Telescope by 2:1 margin in poll, Honolulu mayoral race wide open, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Lt. Gov. Josh Green via Facebook live Lt. Gov. Green says Hawaii slow to reopen parts of economy. With the flattest COVID-19 curve in the nation, Lt. Gov. Josh Green said Wednesday that Hawaii should have reopened interisland travel and limited business activity 10 days ago. Star-Advertiser.Lieutenant Governor believes Hawai'i should lift 14-day interisland quarantine. On Wednesday Lieutenant Governor Josh Green said the state is being overly cautious about lifting the 14-day interislan...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Hawaii, House, House Of Representatives, Big Island, Waikiki, Kauai, Maui, Josh Green, Democratic Party, Hawai, Honolulu, Board of Education, National Guard, Oahu


Senate gives itself subpoena powers as Legislature, governor squabble over CARES money; Honolulu and Kauai reopen churches and restaurants; 22% unemployment is historic high, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Gov. David Ige press conference via Facebook live Citing frustration with Ige administration, state Senate forms investigative committee. State senators have formed an investigative committee, saying they’re frustrated by a lack of transparency from Gov. David Ige’s administration during the pandemic crisis. Hawaii News Now.Hawaii lawmakers try to move COVID-19 relief money out of Ige’s reach. Simmering frustration between Gov. David Ige and the state Legislature approached the boiling po...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Colorado, Senate, Hawaii, House, Noaa, Kim, Big Island, Kauai, Maui, Department Of Health, Honolulu, Legislature, Board of Education, West Hawaii


Hawaii-based ships join saber-rattling in the South China Sea; Waikiki, Maui beaches reopen; state pension fund takes hit; food stamp, Medicaid applications jump, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

The Independence-variant littoral combat ships USS Montgomery (LCS 8), bottom, and USS Gabrielle Giffords (LCS 10) operate in the South China Sea. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Chris Roys/Released) Navy sends subs to sea as message to China. The Pacific Fleet Submarine Force took the unusual step this month of announcing that all of its forward-deployed subs were simultaneously conducting “contingency response operations” at sea in the Western Pacific — downp...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, New York, Colorado, Navy, California, China, Hawaii, Big Island, Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, Colo, Department Of Health, South China Sea, Honolulu


Raises nixed for top state officials, Honolulu plans to allow dine-in, modified lockdown to be extended through June, Ironman postponed, Maui fair canceled, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii Capitol interior PC:Charles Freedman Top State Officials Likely Won’t Get Pay Raises This Year. Gov. David Ige and his cabinet, state judges and lawmakers wouldn’t get pay raises this year under a proposal that won approval of a key panel of senators Thursday. Civil Beat.Bill Seeks to Defer Salary Increases for Executive, Judicial, and Legislative Branches in Hawai‘i. The Senate Ways and Means Committee today approved House Bill 117 SD1, a bill to defer salary increases as recommen...
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64% say Hawaii is moving in right direction on COVID-19, lawmakers seek stricter quarantine monitoring, Kauai reopening its beaches, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii Gov. David Ige Facebook Live screenshot Majority believes Hawaii is moving in right direction against COVID-19. 64% of Hawaii residents believe government is moving in the right direction in its handling of the coronavirus crisis, a statewide survey has found. Star-Advertiser.=====Officials suggest COVID-19 testing of air passengers prior to their arrival as condition to restarting tourism. Hawaii’s lieutenant governor and a member of its congressional delegation on Wednesday float...
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Hawaii COVID-19 travel restrictions continue on Kauai

Kauai Mayor Derek Kawakami announced on Wednesday, May 13, that a mandatory 14-day quarantine for arriving Kauai air passengers is extended through June 30 due Hawaii COVID-19 concerns, furthering the current Garden Isle travel ban. The announcement comes as Kauai prepares to reopen , with a number of restrictions, as part of a 2-week pilot […] The post Hawaii COVID-19 travel restrictions continue on Kauai appeared first on Hawaii Aloha Travel.
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Kauai, Garden Isle, Derek Kawakami, Hawaii COVID-19


HAWAII extends 14-day quarantine through June 30, 2020

Kauai Mayor Kawakami signed a new emergency rule extending the mandatory 14-day quarantine of for incoming travelers through June 30, 2020. Through 1:30pm EDT, May 14, 2020, Oahu, Maui and Hawaii (Big) Island have not extended their mandatory quarantine past May 31, 2020, however, we would not be surprised to see more extensions. UPDATE: Governor Ige of Hawaii is extending the mandatory 14-day quarantine for all incoming travelers through June 30, 2020 for the entire state. From our observation...
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HAWAII to extend 14-day quarantine through June 30, 2020

Kauai Mayor Kawakami signed a new emergency rule extending the mandatory 14-day quarantine of for incoming travelers through June 30, 2020. Through 1:30pm EDT, May 14, 2020, Oahu, Maui and Hawaii (Big) Island have not extended their mandatory quarantine past May 31, 2020, however, we would not be surprised to see more extensions. UPDATE: On May 14, Governor Ige of Hawaii said that the state plans to extend the mandatory 14-day quarantine for all incoming travelers through June 30, 2020 for the ...
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Hotel keys to keep tourists in quarantine, Ige backs off employee pay cuts, furloughs, Legislature divvies up federal CARES funds, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Waikiki hotels ©2020 All Hawaii News One-time use key among new methods for strengthening quarantine monitoring. One of the updates included a new method hotels are making sure their guests are following the quarantine. This is by giving them a one-time use room key. KHON2.Vacation rentals use loopholes to skirt quarantine. Vacation rentals, which have been ruled nonessential businesses statewide as government tries to stop the spread of COVID-19, are still drawing visitors to Hawaii. Sta...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Aclu, City Council, Big Island, Hawaii Island, Waikiki, Kauai, Maui, Department Of Health, Honolulu, Hawaii County, Legislature, American Civil Liberties Union, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands


Just 1 new COVID-19 case: Hawaii opens more parks, stores, Senate panel mulls tough new tourist rules, Obama building Oahu home, Zuckerberg donates to Kauai community, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Lt. Gov. Josh Green at May 6, 2020 press conference on Facebook Live Ige, Green make case for partial opening of economy. With Hawaii on a two-week roll of single digit cases of COVID-19 per day, Gov. David Ige and Lt. Gov. Josh Green teamed up Wednesday to explain and defend the first phase of reopening the state’s economy, which starts today. Star-Advertiser.=====State parks reopen on a limited basis. Select Hawaii state parks have been reopened for active hiking and beach exercise duri...
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Ige's 7th proclamation reopens some malls, shopping centers; Honolulu and Maui mayors disagree; health experts say it's too soon; Young Bros. curtails shipping, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Gov. David Ige in May 5, 2020, Facebook live press conference Read the full text of Gov. David Ige's 7th Supplemental Emergency Proclamation Ige loosens restrictions with ‘safer-at-home’ proclamation. More Hawaii businesses will be permitted to reopen Thursday as per a new emergency proclamation from Gov. David Ige. Tribune-Herald.Gov. Ige announces phase 1 of re-opening businesses across Hawaii. After another day that saw new positive COVID-19 cases in the single digits, Governor David ...
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Coronavirus COVID-19 Hawaii update for May 5, 2020

We’ve been closely monitoring all Hawaii news, announcements, and research and here is the latest information addressing some big questions related to the Coronavirus COVID-19 Hawaii travel. When will Hawaii reopen for visitors? We know that so many of our readers are anxious to know when Hawaii will be reopened for tourism. Unfortunately, the situation is still unclear. We’re keeping a close eye for any tourism-related news and there has been some recent news speculating the reopening of tou...
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Hawaii's new tourism brand: 'safest place in the world,' airport arrivals triple, thousands wait hours in Oahu food line, Kauai goes to 4-day workweeks, taxing the rich, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii beach scene ©2020 All Hawaii News Plans in the works to market Hawaii as the ‘safest place in the world’. Most Hawaii businesses remain closed and the stay-home orders have not yet been lifted, but plans are already in the works to begin marketing the state to tourists as the safest place on earth. Star-Advertiser.Senate committee wants passenger quarantine improved and scaled up to accommodate rising visitors. The Senate Special Committee on COVID-19 today criticized loopholes in ...
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