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Hawaii to get fleet of MQ-9 Reaper drones, Honolulu Police officers investigated in hit-and-run, lifeguard shortage could close towers, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

MQ-9 Reaper drone (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Dennis J. Henry Jr.) In a first, Air Force flies 2 big MQ-9 Reaper drones from mainland to Hawaii as part of new maritime emphasis. The Air Force flew two big MQ-9 Reaper drones for the first time from the continental United States to Hawaii to demonstrate the unmanned aircraft’s “untapped potential in a maritime environment” and to participate in Exercise ACE Reaper at Marine Corps Base Hawaii — which will eventually have six of the...
Tags: Travel, United States, Hawaii, Air Force, Seattle, Kauai, Maui, Honolulu, Oahu, State Board of Education, Pacific Islanders, U S Air Force, Hawaiian Islands, Honolulu Harbor, Department of Public Safety, Garden Island


Those over 65 could get less health care in COVID triage plans, Kauai council passes 3% local hotel tax, Ventura tapped as Maui fire chief, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Elders stay active in Hawaii ©2021 All Hawaii NewsHawaii’s Pandemic Crisis Care Plan Raises Legal And Ethical Concerns. Hawaii stood by its decision to use age as a tiebreaker if needed in treatment decisions, according to the latest version of its plan for allocating resources if the pandemic overwhelms the state’s health care system, despite criticism that the plan may discriminate against older patients. Civil Beat. Star-Advertiser. Hawaii Public Radio.Audit Finds That Young Brothers ...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Chinatown, Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, Ventura, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, Honolulu Police Department, Garden Island, Kakaako, Molokai, Puna, Grand Wailea Resort


Lawmakers grill state over low-cost leases of public land, Honolulu mayor approves removal of Stairway to Heaven, Ige holds firm on no fans in stands, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Government owned land in Hawaii, Statewide GIS Program. 2017Lawmakers grill state Land Board over below-market rents for state properties. The director of the state Land Board was asked tough questions Tuesday about whether the department is wasting money by charging below-market rents. Hawaii News Now.Department of Land and Natural Resources officials say audit veered from original scope. Officials with the state Department of Land and Natural Resources were prepared to talk about contr...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, City Council, Jeff Bezos, Hawaiian Airlines, Kauai, Maui, Honolulu, Hawaii County, Legislature, Princeville, West Hawaii, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii News Now, University of Hawaii


Vaccination passport requirements kick in, state auditor grilled under subpoena, BYU defies gathering laws, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Auditor Les Kondo State auditor Les Kondo and office are subjects of House investigation. For the first time in his five-year tenure, state Auditor Les Kondo was subpoenaed to appear before a special state House Investigative Committee on Monday and testified under oath about separate audits that found two state entities bungled economic opportunities to better manage state lands. Star-Advertiser.Former Hawaii Legislator Joins Board of Education on Interim Basis. Lyla Berg, who owns a lea...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, House, BYU, Steve, Big Island, Kauai, Maui, Honolulu, West Hawaii, Oahu, Roth, Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii News Now, Board of Ethics, County Council


Public input sought on new Mauna Kea master plan, judge approves prison lawsuit settlement, hospital rationing could lessen care for those over 65, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Tourist view Mauna Kea ©2021 All Hawaii News University of Hawaii welcomes public comments on new Maunakea Master Plan. There is a draft of the new Maunakea Master Plan that the University of Hawaii would like public input on. KHON2. Tribune-Herald. KITV4.TMT project manager makes presentation. While construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope on Maunakea has yet to begin, work on the project continues around the world. Tribune-Herald.A U.S. judge has given preliminary approval to a se...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Fema, Marine Corps, Leo, DOE, Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, Department Of Education, Honolulu, Hawaii County, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Hart, West Hawaii, Oahu


Hawaii travel news: Maui to require vaccine proof to dine in restaurants

– Per Hawaii News Now, anyone wishing to dine inside a Maui County restaurant must provide proof ofCOVID-19 vaccination starting September 15, 2021. Per HNN, proof of vaccine will not be required for outdoor dining. Note that Maui County consists of the islands of Maui, Lanai and Molokai. More details for this plan are expected to be released today. Maui County is the second Hawaiian island to implement a “vaccine passport” after Oahu announced even stricter requirements last week. – As you may...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Hawaiian Airlines, Maui, Oahu, Hawaii News Now, Molokai, Maui County, Maui Lanai, Flight Deals & Airline News, Coronavirus COVID 19


Hawaii military seeks public comments on noise pollution, two named to Department of Interior, Honolulu council mulls caps on short-term rentals, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

©2021 All Hawaii News The Military Wants Ideas On How To Turn Down The Volume In Hawaii’s Noisy Skies. The Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation is seeking comments from community members through Oct. 3 as part of a noise mitigation initiative for areas experiencing noise levels of 65 decibels or more from nearby military training and operations. Civil Beat.Two Native Hawaiians, Keone Nakoa and Summer Lee Haunani Sylva, appointed to the U.S. Dept. of the Interior. Two Native Hawai...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Lanai, Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, Department Of Education, State, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, Honolulu Police Department, Garden Island, Hilo, U S Department of the Interior, Molokai, Honolulu Hale


Pandemic rules flouted as COVID cases spike, experts advise but Ige holds fast against lockdown, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Kaiwi party broken up by DLNR PC:DLNRHawaii officials consider stay-at-home order over Labor Day weekend as COVID-19 cases soar. Hawaii had its highest COVID- 19 count ever reported in one day on Sunday, and if the trajectory continues, officials warn that it could lead to a 72-hour stay-at-home order over the Labor Day holiday. Star-Advertiser. KHON2. How close is a lockdown? At least one doctor says it’s time. Medical experts say despite major event cancellations and new gathering limi...
Tags: Travel, Nas, Hawaii, Lanai, Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, Department Of Education, Honolulu, Hawaii County, West Hawaii, Oahu, State Board of Education, Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii News Now, University of Hawaii


Native Hawaiians wary of pandemic surge, feds OK CARES money for Honolulu robotic dogs, shift of legislative seats unlikely as Reapportionment Commission beings work, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Hawaiians kayaking ©2021 All Hawaii NewsNative Hawaiian leaders urge the lahui to help stop COVID-19 surge. Dr. Gerard Akaka joined more than 20 Native Hawaiian leaders — kumu hula, educators, health care professionals, public officials and politicians — at a news conference Thursday at the state Capitol to urge their lahui (nation) to help stop the surge of COVID-19 cases by wearing masks, maintaining physical distancing and getting vaccinated. Star-Advertiser. Tribune-Herald. Garden Is...
Tags: Travel, Singapore, Afghanistan, Hawaii, House, Epa, Vietnam, Kilauea, Kamala Harris, Ucla, Lanai, Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, Department Of Education, Josh Green


Hawaii reaches 76% vaccinated against COVID, Green targeted by anti-Semitic hate group, Maui council passes pesticide bill, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

87.6% of Hawaii state workers fully vaccinated against COVID-19. As of last week, 87.6% of state workers were fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and 92.4% had received at least one shot. The vaccination rates are significantly higher than Hawaii’s overall population, in which 76% of adults are fully vaccinated. Star-Advertiser. West Hawaii Today. Big Island Now. Maui Now. KHON2. Lt. Gov. Josh Green target of hate campaign. Hawaii Lt. Gov. Josh Green was the target of an anti-Semitic campaign by...
Tags: Travel, Senate, Hawaii, Lanai, Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, Josh Green, Eis, Honolulu, Hawaii County, West Hawaii, Oahu, East Hawaii, The County, Hawaiian Islands


COVID crisis could bring new travel restrictions, cases hit record high, vaccine mandates spread to Capitol, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

  Tougher Hawaii travel restrictions possible as COVID-19 surge continues. State and county officials are considering bringing back COVID-19 testing for vaccinated domestic travelers, as well as implementing other requirements aimed at halting the spread of the coronavirus. Star-Advertiser.Hawaii’s Vaccine Mandate For State Lawmakers Is Unusual. The Hawaii Legislature will be one of the few in the country to require all of its members and staff to be fully vaccinated or submit to weekly Covid-1...
Tags: Travel, Afghanistan, Hawaii, Pentagon, Defense Department, Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, State, Honolulu, U S Supreme Court, Capitol, Omaha Nebraska, Oahu, Hawaii Legislature, KABUL Afghanistan


Ige asked to close beaches, lock down travel as COVID rages, parents say Department of Education isn't doing enough for keiki safety, Ironman postponed, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii mayors weigh more restrictions amid COVID-19 surge. COVID-19 cases are surging across all islands while Gov. David Ige and county mayors discuss the possibility of bringing back tougher restrictions in order to reduce virus transmission. KHON2.Growing number of COVID cases overwhelms Hawaii’s contact tracing efforts. A DOH spokesman said they recently expanded their team from 269 last week to 313, but the team still struggles to keep up with the hundreds of newly infected people every d...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, HHSC, DOE, Lanai, Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, Department Of Education, Honolulu, Oahu, Roth, Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii News Now, Garden Island, Hilo


Honolulu police officers cleared in shooting of 16-year-old, 500 health-care workers deployed to Hawaii, teachers union seeks safer classrooms, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Honolulu police officers in court Civil Beat pool photo 3 Honolulu Police officers cleared in fatal shooting of 16-year-old Iremamber Sykap. Three Honolulu police officers who opened fire on a 16-year-old crime spree suspect and his crew after he ignored their orders to surrender and led them on a daredevil chase at rush hour are free of criminal charges after an Oahu District Court judge dismissed the argument that the trio committed murder and attempted murder. Star-Advertiser. Civi...
Tags: Travel, Florida, California, Hawaii, Kilauea, Pacific, DOE, Kauai, Department Of Education, State, Honolulu, Straub, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, West Hawaii, Oahu, Labor Relations Board


Libraries, courts limit services as pandemic hits home, ICU beds fill statewide, Honolulu city employees get vaccination reprieve, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii State Public Library ©2021 All Hawaii NewsHawai‘i’s Public Libraries to Close Wednesdays Beginning August 18. Due to the increase in COVID-19 cases, all Hawai‘i State Public Library branches will be closed to the public on Wednesdays beginning August 18. Garden Island. KHON2. Hawaii courts to postpone jury trials until October. Responding to the ongoing surge in COVID-19 cases, Chief Justice Mark E. Recktenwald today ordered jury trials postponed across Hawaii through Oct. 4. Star...
Tags: Travel, Washington, United States, Hawaii, Public Libraries, Tokyo, DOE, Kamala Harris, Big Island, Kauai, Maui, Honolulu, West Hawaii, Uhm, Hawaiian Islands, University of Hawaii


Curfews could be next step against COVID spread as cases surge, hospitals reach capacity, Army and Native Hawaiians mull Oahu’s Makua Valley compromise, vaccine/testing mandates kick in for state workers, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Dr. Green at Queen's hospital Aug. 14, 2021 PC: courtesy Green: Unvaccinated are to blame if new, strict rules, including curfews, needed to curb hospitalizations. Lt. Gov. Josh Green has made his position clear on widespread vaccine mandates. He believes people have the right to choose and no one should force them to get the shot. But he thinks weekly testing and mask wearing is the bare minimum that people can do. Hawaii News Now. KHON2. Vaccine deadline looms for Hawaii’s state worker...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Army, Kaiser, Boogie Board, Lanai, Kauai, Maui, Josh Green, Honolulu, Hawaii County, West Hawaii, Oahu, Kihei, Kailua Kona, North Kona


Oahu tops 1M people in census, first responders to sue over vaccination mandate, school testing plan still in limbo, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Surfers at Waikiki ©2021 All Hawaii News 2020 Census: Oahu’s Population Tops 1 Million For The First Time. Oahu eclipsed Maui in population growth over the past decade, topping 1 million for the first time, according to 2020 census data published Thursday in a reflection of how Hawaii’s demographics have changed. Civil Beat. West Hawaii Today. Star-Advertiser. Attorneys: 1,200 first responders will file lawsuit against COVID vaccine mandate. Representatives for Hawaii union members taking...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Big Island, Waikiki, Kauai, Maui, Honolulu, Wailuku, Oahu, Kamehameha Schools, YMCA, Hawaiian Islands, Garden Island, Molokai, Michael Green, David Ige


Ige reinstates gathering restrictions, vows to prosecute forged vaccination records, state to get $2.8B in latest federal bailout, NPR's Neal Conan dies in Hawaii, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Gov. David Ige announces new restrictions Aug. 10, 2021Gov. David Ige reinstates restrictions in response to surge in COVID-19 cases. The new executive order, which took effect immediately, limits social gatherings to no more than 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors. Bars, restaurants, gyms, churches and other social establishments also must reduce their capacity by 50%. Patrons must remain seated, with 6 feet of distance maintained between parties, and cannot mingle. Masks are requ...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Fbi, Hawaii, Farmers, Npr, Pearl Harbor, DOE, Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, National Park Service, Department Of Education, Honolulu, National Public Radio, Oahu


Ige mulls new COVID restrictions as hospitals erect triage tents, quarantine spaces dwindle, anti-VAX rallies rage across the state, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Anti-VAX rally on Maui PC:Annette Ammasi public Facebook post Gov. David Ige looking at new COVID-19 restrictions for Hawaii. Gov. David Ige is looking at reimposing restrictions, including limits on indoor and outdoor gatherings, to try to dampen the surge in COVID-19 cases that’s threatening to overwhelm the state’s health care system. He’s expected to make an announcement by the end of the week. Star-Advertiser. Tribune-Herald. Hawaii Doesn’t Have Enough Quarantine Rooms For COVID Pat...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Washington, Department Of Defense, United States, Alaska, Hawaii, Big Island, Waikiki, Kauai, Maui, State, Capitol, Legislature, Oahu, Hawi


Hawaii to lift restrictions for vaccinated U.S. travelers, local sentiment against tourists worsens, Ige signs electric vehicle legislation, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Locals Mostly T-shirt in Hilo June 17, 2021 ©2021 All Hawaii News Hawaii resident sentiment toward tourism worsens, but majority believe issues are worth it. Only 53% of respondents said tourism has brought more benefits than problems in the 2021 HTA Resident Sentiment Survey conducted by Omnitrak and released by the Hawaii Tourism Authority today. Star-Advertiser.Hawaii Will Lift Restrictions For Vaccinated US Travelers On July 8. Hawaii will lift quarantine and pre-travel testing re...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, Hawai, Oahu, Hawaiian, Hawaii Department of Health, Kona, Hawaiian Islands, Honolulu Police Department, Garden Island, Hilo, Molokai, David Ige


Hawaii outdoor mask mandate lifted, economic outlook rises, University of Hawaii mulls fully open campuses, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

  Photo by engin akyurt on Unsplash Gov. Ige Eliminates Mask Mandate for Outdoors, Allows Ocean Sports Competitions. Gov. David Ige announced Tuesday people will no longer have to wear masks outdoors, effective immediately, as COVID-19 cases decrease and more people get vaccinated. The governor said he would maintain a requirement that people wear masks indoors. The same rules will apply regardless of whether someone is vaccinated. Associated Press. Star-Advertiser. Tribune-Herald. Big...
Tags: Travel, Navy, Hawaii, Larry Ellison, Chinatown, Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, Derek, Honolulu, West Hawaii, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii News Now, University of Hawaii, Garden Island


Fewer storms predicted this hurricane season, Honolulu cuts down Portlock gate and opens beach access, Kaimuki church tried to cover up COVID-19 outbreak, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Tropical cyclones over the years PC:NOAAFewer storms predicted for Hawaii’s 2021 hurricane season. The Central Pacific Hurricane Center on Wednesday predicted that the region will see two to five tropical cyclones during the hurricane season that starts June 1. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Hawaii Public Radio. Tribune-Herald.  Big Island Now. Hawaii News Now. KITV4. Hawaii poised to change unemployment rules to get more people back to work. Among the changes is requiring the unemployed t...
Tags: Travel, Washington, Fbi, Hawaii, Aclu, Micronesia, Council, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Big Island, Hawaii Island, Waikiki, Kauai, Maui, Honolulu, Oahu, Federated States


Maui seeking to pilot “vaccine passport” program + add mandatory post arrival test

Maui County, which is comprised of Maui, Lanai and Molokai, is seeking to take part in a pilot “vaccine passport” program that would allow travelers to bypass pre-testing and quarantine with proof of full vaccination with a minimum of two weeks since receiving the final vaccine dose. This pilot program is proposed to begin  with inter-island travel as soon as April 15. Eventually the vaccine passport program could be opened up for trans-Pacific travelers, but no timeline has been given on that ...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Pacific, Maui, Maui News, Molokai, Maui County, Maui Lanai, Coronavirus COVID 19


Hawaii’s island nicknames explained

Each of the main Hawaiian Islands has its own nickname. At first, affectionate monikers seem obvious. In fact, they are. But the history of the nicknames is actually a little deeper than one might expect. We’ll go west-to-east. Kauai, The Garden Isle Kauai is green. Very green. World-famously green. Of course it’s called the Garden […] The post Hawaii’s island nicknames explained appeared first on Hawaii Aloha Travel.
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Lanai, Big Island, Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, Molokai, Kauai The Garden Isle Kauai, Very green World


Legislature mulls lifting tax on unemployment checks, Oahu edges toward Tier 4 reopening, Mauna Kea management group advances, Hirono memoir to be published next month, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Hirono Memoir Heart of FireMazie Hirono Memoir To Be Published In April. It will chronicle her immigrant journey from Japan to Hawaii and all the way to the U.S. Senate. Civil Beat.=====Hawaii unemployment compensation tax exemption bill advances. A proposal to exempt unemployment compensation from state income taxes won a key approval on Thursday with the Senate Ways and Means Committee unanimously approving the measure. Star-Advertiser.Here’s How Tax Increases Are Shaking Out In The Ha...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Hawaii, House, House Of Representatives, Marines, Boe, Kilauea, US environmental protection agency, Lanai, North Shore, Maui, Josh Green, Caltech, Honolulu, U S Senate


Hawaii is the second safest state, officials mull who should get vaccinated next, nurses could perform abortions, gambling bill dies in Legislature, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Whale watching in Hawaii ©2021 All Hawaii NewsSurvey: Hawai‘i is the 2nd Safest State During COVID-19. Hawaiʻi was ranked number two on a list of the safest states during the COVID-19 pandemic, second only to Alaska. Maui Now.State leaders mull who should be prioritized in next phase of vaccine distribution. As COVID vaccination hubs continue to immunize front line workers and kupuna 75 and over, state leaders are trying to decide who should be next. Hawaii News Now.Some want a unified H...
Tags: Travel, UK, Navy, Senate, Hawaii, United Kingdom, Marine Corps, DOE, County, Big Island, Kauai, Maui, Josh Green, Hawai, Honolulu, Legislature


Only 11% of Hawaii residents have gotten at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine, in-person schools, youth sports restarting, humpback whales giving birth and training calves, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Humpback whale with calf in Hawaii PC:NOAA NOAA warns boaters about humpbacks in Hawaii waters. Wildlife officials are warning boaters to watch out for an abundance of mother and calf humpback whale pairs in the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary and nearby waters. Star-Advertiser. Hawaii News Now. KHON2. More public school students in Hawaii head back to campus. Slightly more than half of all public school teachers in Hawaii have received a coronavirus vaccination ...
Tags: Travel, US, Renewable Energy, Hawaii, House, Big Island, Hawaii Island, Maui, Josh Green, Honolulu, Pacific Island, West Hawaii, Oahu, Health Department, Sanofi, Hawaiian Islands


Extended jobless benefits ready for rollout, gambling, guns, Sunshine Law debated in Legislature, study finds pandemic depressing, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Swimming with sea turtles in Hawaii ©2021 All Hawaii News Turtles Face Grim Future, UH Researcher Says. Sea turtles in Hawaiʻi, as well as all turtles worldwide, face a “daunting future” due to climate change and other factors, a University of Hawaiʻi researchers says. Big Island Video News.Schatz to serve as chairperson of Indian Affairs committee. U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz, a Democrat from Hawaii, will serve as chairperson. U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski, a Republican from Alaska, will be vi...
Tags: Travel, Senate, White House, Alaska, Hawaii, House, Bill, Donald Trump, Big Island, Maui, Feb, Honolulu, Legislature, U S Environmental Protection Agency, West Hawaii, Wailuku


Hawaii all-mail balloting deemed a success, more money earmarked for public schools, 20% of traffic tickets go unpaid, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

  Voters line up in Hilo on Nov. 3, 2020 ©2021 All Hawaii NewsCommission sees election success in all-mail balloting. Despite a 2020 general election when some Oahu polls closed almost four hours late and some Hilo voters spent three hours in line, the state Elections Commission is sending the Legislature a rosy review in its required biennial evaluation of the conduct of the election. West Hawaii Today.=====Gov. Ige says DOE’s budget shortfall is $123M less than feared, but teachers unio...
Tags: Travel, White House, US, Joe Biden, Hawaii, Biden, Donald Trump, Council, DOE, Medicaid, Big Island, Hawaii Island, Maui, Department Of Education, Department Of Health, Honolulu


ASL interpreter succumbs to COVID-19, Hawaii legislative leaders to forego pomp and speeches, nurses in Hawaii paid the most, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Patty Sakal interprets Gov. David Ige's speech for the hearing impaired on Aug. 13, 2020 Beloved ASL interpreter for state dies from COVID-19 complications. Patty Sakal, 62, died from COVID-19 during a trip to California. KHON2.ASL interpreter whose services amid pandemic helped keep community safe dies of COVID. A woman who helped the deaf community follow what was happening with the coronavirus crisis has been taken by the disease. Patty Sakal, 62, a veteran sign language interpreter a...
Tags: Travel, Congress, California, Hawaii, Biden, Big Island, Hawaii Island, Kauai, Maui, Josh Green, Honolulu, Oahu, East Hawaii, East Maui, Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii News Now


If you visit Maui, Lanai or Molokai, you must use a COVID exposure notification application

Maui County received approval from the governor to require all incoming inter-island and trans-Pacific travelers to use a COVID exposure application/setting on their smart phone or else face a 10-day quarantine. This new rule goes into effect Tuesday, January 19, 2021 at 12:01 a.m. This new requirement is in addition to all the others such as using the Safe Travels digital registration platform and obtaining a negative COVID test result before your last leg of travel. As of the time of writing,...
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