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  • Office of Hawaiian Affairs CEO Kamanaopono Crabbe, second left, greets a supporter at an agency meeting in Honolulu on Thursday, May 29, 2014. Crabbe says the agency should take more time than originally planned in its nation-building process. (AP Photo/Cathy Bussewitz)

    Hawaiian Affairs CEO: Delay nation-building plan

    The chief executive of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs said Thursday the agency should delay its nation-building process by at least six months and reassess options amid questions about the legal existence of the Hawaiian Kingdom and the federal government considering a renewed relationship with Native Hawaiians.

  • US may pursue relationship with Native Hawaiians

    The federal government is considering re-establishing a government-to-government relationship with Native Hawaiians, just weeks after the head of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs sought clarity on whether the Hawaiian Kingdom still exists in the eyes of the United States.

  • Office of Hawaiian Affairs CEO survives clash

    The CEO of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs emerged vindicated and relieved after an all-day board meeting Monday that had him concerned for his job.

  • Hawaiian Affairs CEO moving forward after letter

    The chief executive of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs said Monday he's moving forward after a disagreement with the organization's trustees over seeking clarification on the legal status of the Hawaiian Kingdom.

  • Office of Hawaiian Affairs trustees rescind letter

    Office of Hawaiian Affairs trustees have rescinded a letter from CEO Kamanaopono Crabbe to Secretary of State John Kerry seeking clarification on whether the Hawaiian Kingdom continues to exist under international law.

  • Deadline to sign Native Hawaiian registry arrives

    Thursday marked the deadline for people to register with the Native Hawaiian Roll Commission to participate in forming a sovereign governing entity for Native Hawaiians. And this time, it's final.

  • Volunteers sought to increase Native Hawaiian roll

    The Office of Hawaiian Affairs is canvassing communities in an effort to expand a roll of qualified Native Hawaiians interested in participating in their own government.

  • Bill would allow residences in Kakaako Makai

    A bill before the state Senate would allow residential development on central Honolulu land now owned by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, reversing a ban imposed eight years ago.

  • Retired sugar executive Cataluna dies at 77

    Donald Bruce Cataluna, a retired sugar industry executive and former Office of Hawaiian Affairs trustee, has died. He was 77.

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