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Chamber supports nene delisting

The federal government might remove nene from the endangered species list and the Kauai Chamber of Commerce is reminding everyone to comment on the proposal before it’s too late.

Honolulu rally supports pesticide bill

In support of Hawaii’s potential ban on chlorpyrifos and of stricter pesticide rules, several Kauai people added their voices to dozens who gathered at the capitol for Monday’s Keiki First Rally.

Balance needed for feral cats

The number of feral cats has declined on Kauai in the past five years and though the pace has slowed in 2018,there are still more than 3,000 urban feral cats on the island.

Pesticide bill passed

Hawaii took another step closer to pesticide regulation on Friday after the state House of Representatives unanimously approved a bill aimed at disclosure, buffer zones, and a phased ban on the use of chlorpyrifos.

Buckeye Bottoms is back

It’s been 11 years in the making, and this afternoon a series following the Hawaii adventures of veterinarian Dr. Bartholomew Buckeye Bottoms is airing on NatGeo Wild.

Home sweet dome

This house is made of bricks that float. It’s billed as fireproof, rot-proof, bug-proof, fungus-proof, better on the environment, easier on the pocketbook, and provides new potential revenue in the construction industry. But above all, it’s a do-it-yourself house that can be put together for as little as $5,000.