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List of major newspapers in Hawaii featuring news and latest information on local politics, events, business, sports, education, jobs, and more. See following table for 17 Hawaii local newspapers, each with official name, city location and Internet website address. All find related online resources that may help you living in or moving to the state of Hawaii.

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Hawaii Newspapers List

Hawaii - The Aloha State

As the 50th state, this archipelago in the Pacific Ocean was annexed to the USA in 1959 and is the dream vacation destination for the Americans. The Aloha state, whose Polynesian name means home, lives from tourism and pineapple cultivation. Hawaii has over 900,000 inhabitants. Captain James Cook was the first European to discover the Hawaiian Islands in 1778. The first mission stations were founded in 1820 and annexed by the United States in 1898. The capital is Honolulu and is located on the island of Oahu.

The first settlers

The first wave of colonization probably occurred from Polynesians between AD 400 and 650. They came from the Marquesas Islands, 4,000 km away. In the 11th century, Polynesian immigrants made their way to Hawaii from the island of Tahiti, about 5,000 miles away, to oust the first settlers. They had double hull sailing boats made from hollowed out trunks and sealed with resin. The trunks, which were only connected with coconut fibers and were used as sails for large palm leaves, could accommodate up to 100 people.

The archipelago was first discovered by the Europeans in 1778 by Captain James Cook. The discovery was pure coincidence, because he actually wanted to find a cheap shipping route between Alaska and Siberia with his ships.

The Hawaiian Islands

The 8 main islands Niihau, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Kahoolawe, Maui and Hawaii (also called Big Island) are each a scenic gem in their own right.

Hawaii (main island)

Big Island, the other name for the main island, is the largest of all Hawaii or Sandwich Islands with an area of ​​10,450 kmē. The landscape is very diverse, it consists of lava deserts, rainforests and huge cattle pastures. In addition to livestock farming, coffee and sugar cane are mainly grown. The capital is Hilo. The Mauna Kea with 4205 m and the Mauna Loa with 4169 m are the highest peaks of the islands. The island is of volcanic origin, as evidenced by the still active volcanoes.

Kauai

This island is only 1433 kmē in size and has an overwhelming variety of landscape forms and is therefore also called "The Garden Island". Kauai has approximately 51,000 inhabitants who live mainly in and around Lihue, the only city on the island. Mainly sugar cane and tropical fruits are grown. The north of the island is mainly rural and the west coast is almost uninhabited. Dense, green, tropical rainforests on the mountain slopes and a colorful floral display are predominant here. Tourism is not as developed here as it is on Oahu.

Maui

Maui is 1885 kmē and is the second largest island. However, fewer people live here than on the Big Island and Oahu (approx. 88,000 inhabitants). Maui consists of two large volcanic massifs with narrow and steep valleys. Exotic fruits, sugar cane, pineapple and vegetables are grown there and on the gently rising valleys. Because of the very fertile soil, large sugar cane and pineapple plantations were created on Maui. In addition to Oahu, Maui is visited by most tourists.

Niihau

Niihau is only a 180 kmē island, which, with Lake Halulu, is the largest lake in the entire archipelago. Otherwise, Niihau is still an island largely undeveloped by tourism.

Oahu

With 1575 kmē, Oahu is the third largest island in the Hawaii Islands. Honolulu is the largest city in the state of Hawaii (approx. 830,000 inhabitants). In terms of landscape, Oahu is an island of contrasts: in the south the densely built-up Honolulu with the hotel skyscrapers of Waikiki, while in the north there are rainforests, bananas and sugar cane plantations, rocky coastlines and bathing beaches. Two mountain ranges of volcanic origin, the Koolaus in the east and the Waianae Mountains in the west, stretch from north to south over the entire island. In between there is a wide fertile plain.

Molokai

Molokai, the sparsely populated approx. 673 kmē island is still very rural. You won't find high-rise buildings here. The tropical, densely overgrown island with the beautiful beaches is a paradise for vacationers who are looking for peace and quiet. Mass tourism is not promoted here. That is why there are few hotels here, including only one luxury hotel. The local population lives largely from agriculture (melons, vegetables). The Molokaʻi Forest Reserve is ideal for hiking. There you can explore Mt. Kamakou, which is over 1500 m high, or the 75 m high Moaula Falls. A 4x4 ride is also possible. The beaches offer the possibility for all kinds of activities such as diving, swimming, surfing etc.

Newspapers Location Image Website
Downtown Planet Honolulu, HI http://www.downtownplanet.com
Haleakala Times Makawao, HI http://www.mauisfreepress.com
Hawaii Independent Honolulu, HI Hawaii Independent http://www.hawaiiindependent.com
Hawaii Reporter.com Honolulu, HI Hawaii Reporter.com http://www.hawaiireporter.com
Hawaii Tribune-Herald Hilo , HI Hawaii Tribune-Herald http://www.hilohawaiitribune.com
HawaiiNews.com Honolulu, HI http://www.hawaiinews.com
Honolulu Advertiser Honolulu, HI http://www.honoluluadvertiser.com
Honolulu Star-Bulletin Honolulu, HI http://www.starbulletin.com
Honolulu Weekly Honolulu, HI http://www.honoluluweekly.com
Islenews Honolulu, HI http://www.islenews.com
KauaiWorld.com Kauai , HI http://www.KauaiWorld.com
Maui News Wailuku, HI http://www.mauinews.com
North Shore News Haleiwa, HI http://www.northshorenews.com
Pacific Business News Honolulu, HI http://pacific.bizjournals.com/pacific/
Sun Press Midweek Kaneohe, HI http://www.midweek.com
The Dispatch Maunaloa, HI http://www.aloha.net/~mkkdisp/
West Hawaii Today Kailua-Kona, HI http://www.westhawaiitoday.com
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Anyone who loves the beach and nature cannot miss Hawaii. The state consists of islands, which are quite different from each other. There are 19 islands and atolls (formations in the middle of the ocean), the best known being Oahu, where the capital is Holonunu.

One of the postcards there is Hanauma Bay, a beach that has a different concept, as it is formed by an ancient volcanic crater and home to an incredible variety of marine life.

Hawaii

The friendly greeting 'Aloha' was made the epithet of the state. Hawaii is an island chain and the 50th state in the United States. Above all, the state is known for its friendly people and a relaxed life. Miles of beaches, world-class surfing areas, volcanoes, and much more. The capital Honolulu and Maui in particular are very well known cities here.

The archipelago stretches almost two and a half thousand kilometers in length and Iceland 'hopping' is the fastest way to fly. The islands that are open to tourism are called Maui, Molokai, Oahu, Kauai, Lanai and Hawaii alias "Big Island". The different cultures, which have merged from the Polynesian and the Asian, shape the image of the Hawaii Islands.

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