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Hawaiian Word of The Day: Pa’akai

Aloha! Today's Hawaiian Word of the Day is Pa'akai. To understand the meaning of the word Pa'akai, we split the words "Pa'a," which means to be solid or hardened, and the word "kai" which means the ocean water, and thus the word "Pa'akai" means salt, which is the...

Health Tips: 5 Tips To Control Diabetes

Managing diabetes is more than just taking medication. Some adjustments in your daily lifestyle can have a huge impact on your overall well-being. In fact, for some people, this can be enough to control blood sugar without medication. But it's true that old habits die...

Hawaiian Word of The Day: Onipaa

Hawaii News Now - KGMB and KHNL Aloha 'Aina ho'i kakou, our Hawaiian word of the day is 'Onipa'a. The word 'Onipa'a can be split between the words "'oni" which means to shake or shift and "pa'a" which means affixed or set solid. When combined the word 'Onipa'a means...

Now Hiring Prep Cook I for Café

Prep Cook I - Temp POSITION DESCRIPTION: Under the direction of the Café Manager or Cook, assists in the daily food preparation and cooking in the Café and assists in the daily activities to support the overall operation. RESPONSIBLITIES: Works with the Café Manager...

HNKOP Community Presentation

Aloha Ohana, we invite you all to the HNKOP Community Presentation on Tuesday May 23, 2017 at the Cameron Center Auditorium from 6pm – 8pm. For more details please review the flyer below. Mahalo, and we look forward to seeing you all.

Hawaiian Word of The Day: Kaleleonalani

Today’s Hawaiian word of the day is Kaleleonalani. More famously known as Queen Emma. Kaleleonalani was the wife of Kamehameha the Fourth, Alexander Liholiho. Kaleleonalani established the Queens Hospital in 1859 with the goal to help out the…

Hawaiian Word of The Day: Noho

The Hawaiian Word of the Day is Noho. The word noho is a noun that can mean a seat, chair or bench. But noho is also a verb, which means to live, reside, act, or even to be married. In Hawaiian genealogies and chants, the word noho is often seen when listing a...

Hawaiian Word of the Day: Konohiki

Aloha, the Hawaiian Word of the Day is Konohiki. Konohiki are heads of ahupua`a or land divisions under the chief of a particular district. Konohiki manage land and fishing rights within their ahupua`a as well as the people residing in the ahupua`a boundaries. It was...