Kawela is Fattened
Kona is truly a hot place – that is, the Kona side of the island of Molokaʻi. Kawela is located in this hot and arid land.
Hoʻomōmona ʻia ʻo Kawela
He ʻāina wela ʻiʻo nō ʻo Kona – ka ‘aoʻao Kona hoʻi o ka mokupuni o Molokaʻi. Aia ʻo Kawela ma kēia ʻāina wela a maloʻo.
ʻEkolu Iwi Kūpuna i Hoʻihoʻi ʻia mai Aotearoa mai
Ma ka hopenapule o ka Lā Kau Pua i kēlā mahina aku nei, holo aku ʻo Hui Iwi Kuamoʻo a me Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA) i ka huakaʻi hoʻihoʻi iwi kūpuna i Aotearoa e kiʻi aku ai i nā iwi he ʻekolu i waiho ʻia ma ka Hale Hōʻikeʻike ʻo Canterbury i Christchurch.
Three Iwi Kūpuna Repatriated from Aotearoa
Over the Memorial Day weekend in May, Hui Iwi Kuamoʻo partnered with the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA) to bring home three iwi kūpuna formally housed at the Canterbury Museum in Christchurch, New Zealand (Aotearoa).
Mākeke | The Marketplace | July 2022
The Marketplace - July 2022 Issue of Ka Wai Ola
Ka Leo Kaiāulu
Establishing policy, developing services and programs, engaging in outreach and education are all informed by accurate and timely data and information.
The Call of Hōkūkano-ʻUalapuʻe
Molokaʻi has three well-known epithets: Molokaʻi-nui-a-Hina; Molokaʻi ʻāina momona; and Molokaʻi i ka pule oʻo.
Gayla Ann Mahealani Haliniak
OHA Staff Profile - Gayla Ann Mahealani Haliniak
DHHL Summary of 2022 Legislative Session
The close of the 31st Hawaiʻi State Legislature was unprecedented for the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands.
A Sense of Place and Stewardship
The Native Hawaiian Hospitality Association (NaHHA) was co-founded in 1997 by Sen. Kenneth Francis Kamuʻookalani Brown (1919-2014) and Dr. George Huʻeu Sanford Kanahele (1930-2000).
Step Up! Kū mai i Mua…
The close of another fiscal year brings change. Itʻs a time for reflection, planning, and a renewal of kuleana with fresh eyes and new vigor.
E Mau ana ka Hoʻoilina o Liliʻu
Liliʻuokalani Trust (LT) has been hard at work on its 2045 Strategic Plan, spanning Early Childhood (ages 0-5), Youth Development (ages 6-18), and Opportunity Youth Services (ages 16-26).
He Kuaʻāina a he Wahine Koa o Molokaʻi Nui a Hina
Auwē, Uwē, Auwē. Lament, cry, sorrow. Our wahine koa, Colette Piʻipiʻi Machado, champion for Molokaʻi, with a heart full of aloha passed into the leina on May 23, 2022.
Public Notice | July 2022
Public Notices - July 2022 Issue of Ka Wai Ola
Aia i Hea ka Lāhui Hawaiʻi: The History of 19th Century Kānaka Civic Engagement
Hawaiian language newspapers, moʻolelo, and other published material reveal the depth and breadth of kānaka civic engagement in the 19th century.
Molokaʻi Drug Free Movement: Getting Real About the Impacts of Drug Abuse
Drawing from their personal experiences with drug abuse and their deep faith in God, three Molokaʻi-born sisters recently launched the Molokaʻi Drug Free Movement.
>I recently learned that my ancestors were among the iwi found many years ago at the Mapulehu Glass House property on Molokaʻi, and I want to provide input on what happens to them.
Molokaʻi-Style Entrepreneurship is Flourishing
Entrepreneurs on Molokaʻi are not only challenged by high shipping, production and rent costs, but also with having a limited customer base on an island with a population of just under 7,500.
Ka Wai Ola | Vol. 39 No. 7 | July 2022
Ka Wai Ola - July 2022 Issue
A Fierce Hawaiian Warrior
All of us at Ka ʻOhana O Kalaupapa were deeply saddened — and completely shocked — to hear of the passing of Colette Machado.
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