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Help Wanted: Hawaii's Economic Crisis

Broken Trust: Isle leaders urge state to probe Bishop Estate

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Broken Trust II: New essay rips Lindsey; Kewalo company to end lease; Victim's son outraged Kauhi gets retrial; Aki escapes jail, but may lose seat

That's art, folks; What to do in Honolulu? Do It Electric!; Curtains up - 'Shrew,' 'Mohala' reviews

Wahine advance to WAC volleyball final; Luck has nothing to do with Irish; Duke's young guns shoot down Arizona; UH basketball vs. Indiana/Wahine vs. Cal.; Men's volleyball team still sharp

Asia woes likely to hit Hawaii hard; Despite troubles, isles hold allure to Hong Kong; S. Calif. megamall attracts millions; Molokai Ranch joins marketing effort

Broken Trust II: Schools' gross mismanagement must stop now; Editorials: APEC struck right note on economy woes; Thanksgiving '97; Right decision on Aki
Plus: Letters, Clay Jones, Diane Chang, Bud Smyser, Richard Borreca, David Shapiro, John Flanagan and guest writers

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