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OHA: Office of Hawaiian Affairs

Native Hawaiian community leaders to take helm of nation building process

HONOLULU – A consortium of Native Hawaiian leaders with deep roots in the community will facilitate a nation building process to move Hawaiians a step closer to self determination. The leaders have formed Na‘i Aupuni, a Native Hawaiian organization, that…

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Survey: OHA seeks input about Mauna Kea

The Office of Hawaiian Affairs is seeking responses to an anonymous 5-question survey to provide its Board of Trustees helpful information for the Board’s Thursday (4/30) meeting on the planned Mauna Kea thirty-meter telescope. The survey asks participants about how…

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OHA seeks to include Mauna Kea ‘Ohana leadership in discussions

HONOLULU – The Office of Hawaiian Affairs has continued to urge Governor Ige and University of Hawaiʻi President Lassner to address the outstanding legal issues involved in the planned Mauna Kea thirty-meter telescope before the moratorium on construction is lifted….

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Kuhikuhipu‘uone Collaborative to help develop master plan

HONOLULU (Jan. 13, 2015) – The Office of Hawaiian Affairs today announced it has selected a design team to develop a conceptual master plan that sets out a vision for 30 acres in Kaka‘ako Makai. OHA awarded Kuhikuhi Pu‘uone Collaborative…

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Nation Building: Trustees extend key timeline

HONOLULU (July 24, 2014) – Trustees for the Office of Hawaiian Affairs announced today that they have extended the timetable for the nation-building process they previously committed to facilitate. The six-month extension is expected to allow OHA more time to…

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OHA applauds Obama administration

HONOLULU — Office of Hawaiian Affairs Chair Colette Machado and Ka Pouhana/CEO Kamana’opono Crabbe issued a joint statement today commending the Obama Administration …

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