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Illegal Hawaii Kai sludge and solar projects hold Waianae Neighborhood attention

The illegal dumping of Hawaii Kai sludge was the dominant topic at the regular meeting of the Waianae Neighborhood Board on February 4, 2014. Gary Gill, Acting Director of the  State Department of Health, reported that the dre...


Leeward Reporter celebrates first year milestone

A year has passed since the Leeward Reporter started in December of 2012. We appreciate our readers and the comments they contributed during the past year. We hope to continue posting significant and meaningful news that occur ...


Malama Makaha Purposes Win-Win Solution

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Malama Makaha Purposes Win-Win Solution Makaha Valley, Hawaii – April 22, 2013 – Malama Makaha submits plan to Governor Abercrombie that would eliminate the by-pass road requirement for the Ma...


St. Rita’s Church Helps the Hungry

Father Alapaki Kim, pastor of St. Rita’s Church, is continuing to help the poor and hungry in Nanakuli. Started by Father Eli Carter 20 years ago, the program serves people from Honokai Hale to Makaha. The church offers a...



Waianae High School Students Give To Their Community

For the months of November and December the Waianae High School student government is conducting a food drive. They will donate all the canned goods to the needy right before Christmas. Story Night is a monthly project for the ...


Death Of A Waianae Valley Taro Patch

There once was a flourishing taro patch up Waianae Valley. Harry George Poe, Senior, cherished his lo’i during the mid-1960’s and raised taro for the market and for his family. During his lifetime the area in the va...


Retired Husbands

After I retired, my wife insisted that I accompany her on her trips to Target. Unfortunately, like most men, I found shopping boring and preferred to get in and get out.. Equally unfortunate, my wife is like most women -she lo...