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Fireworks Poll

Vote unanimous for recount; Bronster must testify; Most against fireworks ban; 'Ice' woman's nightmare; Zoo expansion; No tax cut; Student harassment; Legislature; Kauai derelicts; Aina Haina, bonds; Makali'i; Tuna conference; Kokua Line; Corky's Hawaii

Art of the Rebel; Tropical Dreams - Part 4; King of roles for the Asian actor; HOT: Soap for the '90s; Heart art; Dave Donnelly's Hawaii; The Weekly Eater

Volley'Bows find focus; Kailua hunts title No. 10; Softball Wahine optimistic; 1999 Wahine Softball Schedule; Division II softball; Sports Watch; Sports Notebook; Prep Notebook

Attendance slips for isle attractions; American cancellations continue; Fidelity closing office; Bill protects workers; Aloha boosts frequent-flier plan; Executive Profile; Money Rates

America's weakened status at the U.N.; Airline regulations; Banning fireworks; Hawaii's World; Corky; Letters to the Editor