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Group 70 International Hires Notable Architect Ma Ry Kim

Group 70 International Hires Notable Architect Ma Ry Kim

Former Gensler Europe Design Director to help steer Group 70’s international project pursuits

 

HONOLULUwww.group70int.comHawaii’s leading design firm Group 70 International (G70) announced the addition of Principal and Design Director Ma Ry Kim, one of the state’s most coveted international architects who was pursued by many major local design firms. The former Gensler Europe design director is recognized for multiple award-winning projects worldwide and for her architectural contributions to emerging economies within the Middle East and Europe. She was fundamental in helping to create the architectural giant’s brand identity offer in Europe, and aspires to similarly expand Group 70’s service offerings as its newest principal and design director.

 

Group 70 International Hires Notable Architect Ma Ry Kim

Group 70 International Hires Notable Architect Ma Ry Kim

Former Gensler Europe Design Director to help steer Group 70’s international project pursuits

 

HONOLULUwww.group70int.comHawaii’s leading design firm Group 70 International (G70) announced the addition of Principal and Design Director Ma Ry Kim, one of the state’s most coveted international architects who was pursued by many major local design firms. The former Gensler Europe design director is recognized for multiple award-winning projects worldwide and for her architectural contributions to emerging economies within the Middle East and Europe. She was fundamental in helping to create the architectural giant’s brand identity offer in Europe, and aspires to similarly expand Group 70’s service offerings as its newest principal and design director.

 

Maui Bookmobile Not in Service Starting October 1

Maui Bookmobile Not in Service Starting October 1

The Maui Bookmobile will be off the road starting today, Wednesday, October 1st, due to necessary repair work.  Affected route stops have been notified directly.

Bookmobile patrons needing assistance may call the Wailuku Public Library at 243-5766 or any other public library on Maui.  An announcement will be made when the Maui Bookmobile returns to regular service.

Local Favorites Made Diabetes-Friendly At Zippy’s Restaurants

Local Favorites Made Diabetes-Friendly At Zippy’s Restaurants

Zippy’s dine-in locations on Oahu, Maui and the Big Island today rolled out healthier menu options for customers with diabetes and prediabetes. Customer favorites from their breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, including veggie omelettes, teri beef and broiled salmon, were modified to reduce fats, sugars and carbohydrates. The new menu, available during the month of October, was created in partnership with Kaiser Permanente Hawaii and the American Diabetes Association to offer better dining choices for the over 497,800 people in Hawaii who have diabetes or prediabetes.

Your Vote for the Hawaii Foodbank Will Secure $60,000 from Walmart!

Your Vote for the Hawaii Foodbank Will Secure $60,000 from Walmart!

The Hawaii Foodbank needs your vote to win $60,000! Vote every day in the Walmart Fight Hunger Spark Change campaign now through October 5, 2014. Your vote could help the Foodbank distribute food for 150,000 meals to help feed 1 in 5 people this year.

The Hawaii Foodbank is competing with 128 other food banks across the nation for the Walmart grant. The Top 50 food banks that receive the most votes will receive $60,000 each. Voting is easy:

Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Awards $220,000 to Community Organizations

 Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Awards $220,000 to Community Organizations

Reinforcing its commitment to improving the total health and well-being of its community, Kaiser Permanente Hawaii today announced five organizations who will benefit from a combined total of more than $220,000 in community grant funds.

DLNR to consider new fishing rules on uhu, goatfish around Maui

WAILUKU, MAUI (HawaiiNewsNow)-New rules are being considered that would place fishing limits on two popular fish in waters around the island of Maui.

The proposed rules were developed over a five-year period to reverse a decline in the populations of parrotfish and goatfish.

According to aquatic biologists, the parrotfish, or uhu, is essential to reef systems in Hawaii.

"The way they graze on algae and scrape it off the rocks stimulates beneficial types of seaweed on the reef, and really helps keep the reef system healthier," said Russell Sparks, an aquatic biologist with the state Division of Aquatic Resource's Maui office. 

The new rules would limit the take to just two uhu per person, per day, to prevent overfishing in Maui waters.

"Parrotfish sleep at night," said Sparks. "Oftentimes people can go out at night with lights and scuba gear and whatever and affect the population on a particular reef."