What profession did Kauaʻi Now readers choose as the toughest?

Last week’s Kaua‘i Now poll asked, “What is the toughest job?” Find out which profession came out on top.

Summit participants craft policy priorities for 2023 aimed at making Hawaiʻi thrive

The summit aimed to break down silos and drive shared priority agreements that can catalyze sweeping policy shifts for all of the islands.

Study led by UH researchers finds no-fishing zones can help ʻahi, other large fish species recover

The recovery is good news for the environment and the global tuna fishing industry, which generates $40 billion in revenues each year and supports millions of jobs around the world.

Bloom, baby, bloom: Dramatic growth of phytoplankton follows Tonga eruption

The deposition of volcanic ash following the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Haʻapai eruption was likely the most important source of nutrients responsible for massive phytoplankton growth.

Kaua‘i Independent Food Bank holiday food drive kicks off in November

A Kaua‘i food bank wants to make the holidays brighter — and fill tables — for people in need.

Explanation available online for proposed charter amendments on 2022 general election ballot

The 2022 general election is just a few weeks away and Kaua‘i voters will have the chance to weigh in on several proposed changes to the county charter.

IRS reminding more than 9M people they could be eligible for key tax credits

The Internal Revenue Service is sending special reminder letters to more than 9 million people who still could be eligible for a variety of key tax benefits.

Participants sought for UH Shape Up! Keiki study about childhood obesity

A research team at the University of Hawaiʻi Cancer Center is looking to recruit nearly 400 children, ages 0-5 years old, for a study that will create advanced body shape models using 3-D scans.

UH study: Hawaiian corals select algae partnerships to help survive climate change

Teamwork is even more important for coral trying to survive an increasingly warming ocean.
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