Weekly Friday news summary (July 17, 2015) for East Oahu and Hawaii Kai.  News sources are available through various entities on the web.  Links are posted. For full text of Star-Advertiser articles, access the database at the Hawaii State Library site and enter your library card number and PIN.  Body found along […]

Tinman Triathlon takes place July 26, 2015.  The biking portion runs through Hawaii Kai as follows:   BIKE COURSE – 40 Kilometers Bike course will start from the transition area in Kapiolani Park. Cyclist will head out onto Kalakaua Ave. and ride up Diamond Head Rd. and Kahala Ave. Turn left […]

Weekly Friday news summary (July 10, 2015) for East Oahu and Hawaii Kai.  News sources are available through various entities on the web.  Links are posted. For full text of Star-Advertiser articles, access the database at the Hawaii State Library site and enter your library card number and PIN.  parking enforcement […]

Weekly Friday news summary (July 03, 2015) for East Oahu and Hawaii Kai.  News sources are available through various entities on the web.  Links are posted. For full text of Star-Advertiser articles, access the database at the Hawaii State Library site and enter your library card number and PIN.  hiker airlifted […]

A new study published in the Journal of Urban Economics by economists David Albouy, of the University of Illinois, and Bert Lue, of the University of Michigan finds that East Oahu, Hawaii, tops the list of household sacrifice to live in the best neighborhoods.  According to the economists’ analysis; households sacrifice 25 percent more than the average […]

Weekly Friday news summary (June 26, 2015) for East Oahu and Hawaii Kai.  News sources are available through various entities on the web.  Links are posted. For full text of Star-Advertiser articles, access the database at the Hawaii State Library site and enter your library card number and PIN.  CALLS FOR […]

Preliminary research doesn’t suggest so. (click to enlarge) This five-year (2010-2014) GIS map of pedestrian /  motor vehicle incidents was generated by the Hawaii Health Department’s Injury Prevention System Branch and can be found under their self-named heading, crash map. What this map doesn’t tell us however, are the number of […]

This week I stopped to contemplate what type of information is truly newsworthy.  As it turns out, there are far more timely articles on East Oahu every week than I first surmised.  Some items, however, were less news and more voyeurism: where individual personal anguish was left out for public […]

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Hawaii Kai Auntie

News from Hawaii Kai and East Oahu. My ❤ passions include kids, education, #rstats, technology and our environment. Casual strategy game player and DIY er.