Stories pertaining to the very land we live on, its importance to culture and identity and the ways in which people interact with it.

Everything you need to know about the Coco Palms eviction, part 2
  • Feature

Competing claims to the land at Wailua are rooted in an historic fraud perpetrated by a notorious swindler and facilitated by the president of the Provisional Republic, presenting challenges to the legality of the deed held by the Coco Palms Hui. Read More »

Will Caron
Everything you need to know about the Coco Palms eviction, part 1
  • Feature

A group of Hawaiian konohiki—stewards or caretakers—works to restore the ecosystem at the mouth of the Wailua River even after a judge ordered their eviction to make way for a proposed development with problematic funding sources and a dubious claim to the land. Read More »

Will Caron
Improper charcoal dumping blamed for destruction of shower tree
  • News Report
With all due respect
  • Essay

Mayor Arakawa’s recent, disparaging remarks regarding the rocks of ʻĪao Valley is part of a larger pattern of belittlement toward non-Western, indigenous culture that can be felt around the globe. Read More »

Tamara Paltin
Supreme Court to decide constitutionality of lawmakers’ Superferry actions
  • News Report
Travis Quezon