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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 30, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Police briefs
 •  Ezra allows longline tuna fishing except in April, May
 •  Another mercury case forces family to leave home
 •  DOE: Some teaching available if strike occurs
 •  Man killed today in Waialua crash
 •  NWA cuts Hawai'i flights

Local News
 •  Federal judge may intervene if teachers walk out
 •  Hawai'i surf measurements will rise to standard
 •  City Council ready to move on sprinkler law
 •  Library security guards may be cut
 •  Honokai Hale to get second traffic signal
 •  Yong Sing Restaurant may soon serve last meal
 •  Repeat molester gets 10 years for attempted assault
 •  Lee Cataluna: Who's who at your local-style shindig
 •  Obituaries
 •  Neighbor Island briefs
 •  Counties' bid for separate union negotiations fails
 •  O'ahu briefs
 •  Corrections
 •  Senate to vote on wholesaler hotel tax
 •  Whale incident prompts reminder
 •  Bus plan worries Hilo cabbies
 •  Public will be told how to prepare for strike
 •  State Spelling Bee tomorrow
 •  Judge to set longline fishing rules
 •  Police Beat

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Island Life
 •  Downtown nooks
 •  Marquetry demonstration part of woodworking seminar
 •  Loose Screws opens up Lizard Loft
Hawai'i Gardens
 •  Orchid society show opens today
Around Town
 •  Soprano Donath in Hawai'i benefit
Show Biz
 •  'Side Show' performances canceled at MVT
 •  Tube Notes

 •  Shirokiya gets new owner
 •  Victoria Ward Ltd. sees housing-retail mix
 •  Visitor arrivals drop 4.4 percent from record last year
 •  Bank of Hawaii gets OK for credit card sale
 •  Slight drop in jobless rate surprises Japan
 •  Gas-price conspiracy charges thrown out
 •  Boeing plans radical new jetliner

 •  Rainy-day fund must not be used unwisely
 •  Bush should endorse tobacco regulation
Island Voices Waikiki Beach must be restored
 •  Letters to the Editor