Monthly Archives: August 2006

Snakes on a Plane

Snakes on a plane Frogs in your plants. Invasive species will find a way. But while Hawai’i bungles the job, New Zealand gets serious. Joan Conrow Aug 23, 2006 Hawai’i’s airports and harbors are ticking time bombs-and we’re not talking about the kind that do predictable stuff, like blow up, maim, destroy. No, this catastrophe… Read more »

Waianae compost plan hits turbulence Vol. 11, Issue 229 – Thursday, August 17, 2006 Waianae compost plan hits turbulence The firm faces a chicken-and-egg dilemma By Diana Leone An Oahu company wants to turn household garbage into compost in Nanakuli but faces opposition from Waianae residents, skepticism from city officials and questions from state health officials. Bedminster Oahu… Read more »

Missile-like metal tube reported over Hilo Airport

Missile-like metal tube is reported over Hilo Airport By Rod Thompson HILO » The FBI and the Transportation Security Administration are investigating sightings of an object resembling a missile flying over the Hilo Airport area Tuesday morning, Hawaii County Civil Defense said. Reports gave opposite descriptions of its direction and widely varying estimates of… Read more »