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Ron Jarrett

Ron Jarrett Aloha Members & Friends, We join the Jarrett ʻOhana in honoring the life and legacy of extraordinary advocate, ʻōiwi leader and dear friend Ron Jarrett. The community as a whole, and the Native Hawaiian business community in particular, has lost one of its brightest stars to illness.   True to form, Ron did not…

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Hakuone: OHA’s by Kanaka for Kanaka development in Kakaʻako Makai.

Hakuone: OHA’s by Kanaka for Kanaka development in Kakaʻako Makai. Hakuone: OHA’s by Kanaka for Kanaka development in Kakaʻako Makai. By The NHCC Board of Directors, for Ka Wai Ola January 2023 The Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce supports the right of OHA to develop lands it owns as it sees fit in order to…

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Timing Isn’t Everything

Timing Isn’t Everything Timing Isn’t Everything By Logan Freitas, Realtor with Century 21 iProperties Hawaii. As a Real Estate Professional, the question I get asked most often is “When is a good time to buy?”.  The answer is simple but also intimidating… “when you can afford it.”  For local families, affordability in Hawaii is quite…

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Honoring ʻŌiwi Leaders

Honoring ʻŌiwi Leaders Honoring ʻŌiwi Leaders By The NHCC Board of Directors, for Ka Wai Ola November 2022 He pūkoʻa kani ʻāina. A coral reef that grows into an island. (A person beginning in a small way gains steadily until they become firmly established.) – Mary Kawena Pukui, ʻŌlelo Noʻeau 932. Like many kānaka, Dr. Naleen Andrade,…

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