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The US state of Hawai'i has recorded its second death from Covid-19 coronavirus.
This year's Festival of the Pacific Arts and Culture in Hawaii has been postponed because of fears around the Covid-19 coronavirus.
A gunman is being sought in Hawaii after two police officers were shot and killed near a popular tourist area.
The American Samoa Department of Homeland Security has called in the FBI to investigate a bomb threat.
Hawai'i's Lieutenant Governor has applauded the Samoan government's moves to boost the country's vaccination coverage, saying it is saving lives.
A New Zealand team has come sixth in the distance race at the world's largest outrigger canoe competition.
The US state of Hawaii's government has granted a two-year extension to the construction of a giant telescope at Mauna Kea.
A tropical storm is continuing a steady march towards Hawaii's chain of islands.
China is trying to grow its influence in the Pacific, threatening US interests, a Hawaiian Congressman says.
The Governor of the US state of Hawaii, David Ige, has asked the mayor to reach a peaceful solution to the historic Mauna Kea protests.
A Hawaiian academic says local police are battling divided loyalties when dealing with the Mauna Kea protests.
Protests demanding a halt to the construction of a giant telescope on Hawaii's tallest mountain show no sign of abating. Audio
Protests demanding a halt to the construction of a giant telescope on Hawaii's tallest mountain have entered their second week, with no sign of abating.
Dozens of people have rallied in New Zealand's biggest city in support of Hawaii's Mauna Kea protests.
The House of Representatives' Hawaiian Caucus has called on the US State's governor to cancel his emergency proclamation related to the protests on Mauna Kea.
Native Hawaiian protesters have condemned an emergency proclamation by the governor of Hawaii, as a protest at the state's largest mountain enters its fourth day.
Hawaii's governor has signed an emergency proclamation after dozens of people were arrested near the American state's highest mountain.
Hundreds of protesters in the US state of Hawaii are entering their third day of protest as they try to halt the construction of a giant telescope on the state's biggest mountain.
Hundreds of people protesting against the construction of a 30 metre telescope on the US island of Hawaii's tallest mountain have declared an initial victory.
Dozens of people have gathered on a mountain considered sacred to native Hawaiians to protest against the construction of a giant telescope.