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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for May 7, 2001

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Hotels, employees reach tentative settlement; workers return to work today
 •  Salvage experts recommend moving Ehime Maru
 •  Huge police force in place as ADB meeting begins
 •  Stock soars after offer for First Hawaiian parent
 •  Deal averts hotel strike
 •  Hotel union deal puts end to concern over serving ADB guests
 •  Moloka'i-Maui ferry begins service
 •  Police briefs
 •  Barnwell explains profit loss
 •  Volatile market likely between now and expected rate cut
 •  Viloria to fight Escobia in pro debut

Local News
 •  Work stoppage hits hotels
 •  ADB summit
Globalization a reviled word
 •  Asian bank conference ready to get under way
 •  Tentative meeting highlights
 •  Explore issues behind ADB protest
 •  Asian regional agency mirror of World Bank
 •  Drivers can expect major delays as march hits streets Wednesday
 •  Military
Dillingham Field soon to be called Kawaihapai
 •  Compromise proposed in Makua case
 •  Other news
Kona burial sites disturbed
 •  Kapolei waiting for gym facilities
 •  Environmental summit ends with unfinished report
 •  Portlock woman safe after hiking accident
 •  Man dies after sedan hits police car
 •  Neighbor Islands
Big Island woman dies in crash with bus carrying church group
 •  New national park in hands of Congress
 •  Maui County advises homeowners of upkeep
 •  Obituaries
 •  Jan TenBruggencate
Neglecting smaller polluters

 •  Tight finish at end of long canoe race
 •  Long jump mark rescinded after faulty measurements
 •  College baseball
Pain became big gain for ex-Kalani pitcher Komine
 •  Hawai'i connection revives BYU baseball program
 •  Isle File
'Rebuilding' Trojans still hard to beat on the track

Island Life
 •  Island People
Time-out with Peter Kay
 •  Conference set on issues of indigenous peoples
 •  Launch of SOS Las Vegas prompts shuffling of bands
 •  The Left Lane
 •  Tube Notes
 •  Tryouts

 •  Paris-based bank offers $2.5 billion for BancWest
 •  Profits tumble in first quarter
 •  Computers
PC war creates a slew of deals
 •  Details of PC price wars
 •  Games industry worth $10.5 billion
 •  Dot-coms move from free to fee
 •  60 Seconds on Business
Gear your Web site to customer desires
 •  Coming Events
 •  Trade Winds

 •  Editorial
A warm welcome to the ADB delegates
 •  Editorial
U.S. policies pushing China, Russia closer
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Island Voices
Asia must seize future today

 •  Army computers get Web filters
 •  Like father, like son
 •  Briefs
 •  Military Update
U.S. troops abroad have staunch defender at home