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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 10, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Woman dies in collision with garbage truck
 •  Police briefs
 •  Delay in talks angers unions
 •  Harris says he's running for governor

Local News
 •  Strike negotiations to resume
 •  Love still stronger than strike
 •  Nick Ma'afala leaves vast 'ohana
 •  Seven killed in Vietnam part of Hawai'i unit
 •  Families consider Ehime Maru claims
 •  Chairwoman 'appalled' at OHA lawyer's firing
 •  Assault in hotel draws 15 years
 •  Speeders snub East Honolulu pleas
 •  Improved dialysis treatment offered in Pearl City
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Neighbor Islands
New group joins fray over Kaua'i utility sale
 •  Researchers enter Maui forests for bird census
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Obituaries
 •  Texans refuse to remove racial slur

 •  Fresno State roughs up Rainbows, 13-3
 •  UH coaches say going to work is difficult
 •  High school baseball players practice on their own
 •  Strike brings OIA baseball races to a halt
 •  St. Louis wrestler a 'World' champion
 •  Waipahu AD Morioka moving to Hana High
 •  Basketball title game telecast was big hit
 •  Coming up
 •  Agbayani sidelined 2-4 weeks with bone chip in wrist
 •  UH volleyball facing must-win matches against BYU
 •  Turtle Bay to play host to Senior PGA event in October
 •  Isle File Ishigo leads O'ahu to state AJA baseball title
 •  Ferd Lewis Nothing beats the Tiger Slam

Island Life
 •  Island Style
The Great White Shirt
 •  Fashion Calendar
 •  Symphony Review
Mozart, Brahms played with panache
 •  The Left Lane
 •  Tip-Off
Great Keiki & Teen Fest marks 10th anniversary with festivities
 •  Na Leo to present Mother's Day show
 •  Musicals highlight Army theater's 39th season

 •  Study details cruise industry's economic impact here
 •  Ohana Hotels to enjoy Maui presence
 •  Starbucks finds a new cup of tea
 •  UH sends HDTV image over Internet
 •  Extended profit pinch forecast on Wall Street
 •  Northwest Airlines contract offer raises the bar for mechanics

 •  Medical transport system must be helped
 •  Leaving Ehime Maru is the right decision
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Med school shouldn't be built in Kaka'ako
 •  China's blunder is building


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