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The Wailea Blue Golf Course Closes Indefinitely

The Wailea Blue Golf Course Closes Indefinitely

Golf is a mainstay in Hawaii, and thousands of people travel to the islands with their clubs every year to enjoy the pristine courses in a tropical setting. Among Maui’s most popular courses, is the Wailea Blue located in Wailea.

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Kaiwahine Village Now Accepting Residents

Kaiwahine Village Now Accepting Residents

Kaiwahine Village, one of Maui’s newest affordable housing developments is now accepting residents. The community consists of 64 two-bed units, and 56 3-bed units along with on-site staff, property management, and amenities like parking, a clubhouse, laundry facilities, and outdoor space for the Keiki.

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Rental Assistance For Maui Residents

Rental Assistance For Maui Residents

Almost everyone on Maui and across the state has felt the financial impacts of COVID-19 in some way. Even with reassurances from the Governor’s office on Oahu that life in Hawaii will return to some form of normal soon, there are still families who are struggling to pay their bills every month and will continue to struggle as Hawaii’s economy recovers.

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Conditions at Molokini Crater Improve During Coronavirus Pandemic

Conditions at Molokini Crater Improve During Coronavirus Pandemic

Molokini has long been one of Maui’s most popular day trip destinations for snorkeling and diving. While tickets are affordable and there are dozens of boats that travel there every day, the amount of damage done by such a large number of boats and tourists is difficult to ignore. That being said, during the subsequent halt of tourist activities during the COVID-19 pandemic the underwater conditions around Molokini have rapidly improved.

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Travel Quarantine Extended Until July 31st.

Travel Quarantine Extended Until July 31st.

As many Maui residents eagerly await the return of tourism to the islands, they will, unfortunately, have to continue waiting until Governor Ige deems it safe to let travelers return to the islands without a mandatory quarantine. The 14-day travel quarantine will now be extended until July 31st.

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A June Economic Update For Maui

A June Economic Update For Maui

The 14-day quarantine rule for all visitors and even returning residents to the State of Hawaii is still in effect until at least July 1st.

In spite of the quarantine, more visitors keep arriving in Hawaii each day. On Sunday, 1891 people arrived in Hawaii. Of course, this is nothing compared to the average daily visitor count last year which was close to 30,000.

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Gardening In Social Isolation

Gardening In Social Isolation

With rumors swirling around that the stay at home order may extend now until the end of June you may be starting to go stir crazy at home. If you have never tried gardening, now may be to the perfect time to explore a new and incredibly rewarding hobby.

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Stay Healthy At Home

Stay Healthy At Home

During such long stretches at home over the past couple of months, you may or may not have picked up some bad habits that will be detrimental to your health in the long run. Let’s take a look at some of the things you can implement today to improve your health and create a home environment that you enjoy being in.

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Lei Day In Hawaii

Lei Day In Hawaii

The 1st of May, otherwise known as May Day is a day in Hawaii where friends, family, and the community show aloha by making as well as giving away flower leis.

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Short Term Accommodations for Front Line Workers

Short Term Accommodations for Front Line Workers

Healthcare workers and all those on the front lines of the battle with COVID-19 are being spread thin as cases continue to surface. Even so, it’s amazing to see how our community on Maui and throughout the Hawaiian islands is coming together to provide food, supplies, emotional support, and accommodations for those in need.

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