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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for April 28, 2001

Local News
 •  Hawai'i unions take hits as privatization bill nears approval
 •  Residents fear tour buses, fees if Ka Iwi developed
 •  Planning for Ka Iwi's future
 •  Greeneville's interim skipper delivers final 'admonishments'
 •  Arizona prison under review after Hawai'i men die
 •  Residents fight Hilton expansion
 •  Minimum wage proposal advances in Legislature
 •  National Geographic puts Pearl Harbor stories on Web
 •  Financial counselor faces new charges
 •  Senate OKs Hawai'i man for State Department post
 •  Pupukea man not guilty of murder
 •  Police Beat
 •  Louis Pavao, Hilo's 'Mr. Christmas,' dead at 83
 •  Obituaries
 •  Corrections
 •  Digging up dirt behind the scenes

 •  Local bowl games headed to San Francisco, Seattle
 •  Hawai'i tourism loses with departure of bowl games
 •  USC overwhelms Wahine in MPSF water polo
 •  Rainbows thump Beavers, 7-3
 •  Warriors face UCLA for berth in volleyball final four
 •  WAC sports may jump from Fox to ESPN
 •  Revised high school schedules released
 •  Kamehameha hands Punahou first loss of season
 •  Trimming down helped shape life
 •  Isle File
Tong three-peats at USA Judo Nationals
 •  Sports notices

Island Life
 •  Island Books
Hawai'i over coffee
 •  Book Review
Pair's guide makes it easy
 •  Island Sounds
Willie K shows a jazzier side
 •  TGI Saturday
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Faith
Church praises the Lord in silence
 •  Center offers Muslims site for prayer in Hawai'i
 •  Real-life challenges rites of life
 •  Faith calendar

 •  274 to lose Waikiki hotel jobs
 •  Napster loophole left open by judge
 •  Antitrust lawsuit against American Airlines dismissed
 •  Tomorrow's computers will fix their own glitches

 •  To Bank of Hawai'i, a welcome home
 •  DeLay pouring fuel on a fiery relationship
 •  Letters to the Editor