KAILUA-KONA Mayor Harry Kim remains steadfast in his commitment to finding a way forward as the standoff over the Thirty Meter Telescope on Maunakea continues.
HILO The final version of proposed administrative rules for Maunakea lands managed by the University of Hawaii were unveiled Thursday.
KAILUA-KONA Police assigned to be in place for the TMT protester blockade and encampment on Maunakea Access Road continued the stepped-up traffic enforcement efforts on Daniel K. Inouye Highway which began on Aug. 15.
HILO The Thirty Meter Telescope remains committed to building on Maunakea, contrary to reports published in a Canary Islands newspaper.
HILO A meeting of the state Land Use Commission will continue through today as petitioners argue to reclassify land at the summit of Maunakea.
KAILUA-KONA Hawaii Island police continue to issue citations and make arrests amid enhanced traffic enforcement efforts on Daniel K. Inouye Highway near Maunakea Access Road and the Thirty Meter Telescope protest.
HILO Armed with a letter from county Corporation Counsel Joe Kamelamela, an oral assurance from the state attorney general and his own understanding of the law based on readings provided by the state Office of Disciplinary Counsel, county Prosecuting Attorney Mitch Roth told the Board of Ethics on Wednesday hes confident there would be no conflict of interest if he prosecuted protesters arrested on Maunakea.
HILO After a meeting between Thirty Meter Telescope opponents and Mayor Harry Kim at the Maunakea Access Road on Monday, neither side has any intention of backing down.
HILO When your son works for NASA, and your wife works for Subaru Telescope, does that mean you have a conflict of interest if your office prosecutes criminal cases arising from protests over constructing the Thirty Meter Telescope on Maunakea?
HONOLULU Sensing new momentum for the cause, opponents of the Thirty Meter Telescope have turned up their outreach campaign this week to rally against the $1.4 billion project and push for Native Hawaiian rights.
HILO The University of Hawaiis Maunakea Management Board on Friday voted against decommissioning the former site of an educational telescope on Maunakea until there is a firm plan to reinstall the telescope elsewhere in Hawaii.