Corrections and

» William Aila of the Makua valley support group Malama Makua said the Army reported that "many cultural sites, including a heiau, weren't damaged" by a brush fire last week. A story on Page A3 in yesterday's morning edition incorrectly quoted Aila as saying that the Army said many sites were burnt.

» The state Department of Education is consolidating test standards of the Hawaii State Assessment by roughly 20 percent. A headline on Page A3 in yesterday's morning edition incorrectly stated that the DOE was lowering tests standards by 20 percent.

» David Banmiller, chief executive officer of Aloha Airlines, receives a housing and car allowance of $90,000 a year. A story on Page A1 yesterday afternoon said incorrectly that the allowance was $90,000 a month.

» Hawaiian Holdings Inc., parent of Hawaiian Airlines, has until Monday to submit its second-quarter earnings under an extension filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. A new SEC rule has shortened the filing deadline for companies with a market capitalization of $75 million or greater. A story on Page C1 yesterday afternoon said the extension was until Aug. 22.

» The third floor of a planned National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration building will be 26 feet above sea level. In a Page A1 article Sunday, NOAA administrator Jeff LaDouce incorrectly stated that the lowest point on the building would be 26 feet above sea level.

The Honolulu Star-Bulletin strives to make its news report fair and accurate. If you have a question or comment about news coverage, call Editor Frank Bridgewater at 529-4791 or email him at corrections@starbulletin.com.

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