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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for August 6, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Thousands march in support of Native Hawaiians

Local News
 •  Builders find buyer for gazebo
 •  Grants
 •  Horrors of Hiroshima fading
 •  Local, Japanese students mark atomic blast
 •  Samoan, Micronesian youths join in project
 •  Crews on guard after fires burn 30,000 Big Isle acres
 •  Motorist in fatal crash claims tires were at fault
 •  NASA still wants more scopes on Mauna Kea
 •  Lingle's campaign fund now at $2.2 million
 •  Replacement for Hiraki sought
 •  Navy replenishes school's library
 •  Parents to receive detailed reports of tests
 •  School standards are being fine-tuned
 •  Event to focus on 'CPR Anytime'
 •  Teen arrested in Nanakuli fire
 •  Jury says city must pay worker $1.5 million
 •  Mistrial in attempted-murder case
 •  Obituaries

 •  'Let it rip' shows dedication
 •  Alcohol ban might take one year to pass
 •  Canoe paddling takes SportsCenter stage
 •  For the Record
 •  Postseason won't have 'hostile' mascots
 •  Sports calendar
 •  Viloria's fallen foe expects full recovery
 •  Hawai'i rallies for CABA-9 crown

Island Life
 •  'Counter-Strike' gamers vie to advance to finals
 •  All things onion at weekend festival on Maui
 •  Auto show today will benefit Ready to Learn program
 •  Chocolate plays supporting role in two Sunset flicks
 •  Health calendar
 •  Irons to attend film screening at Hard Rock Cafe
 •  Make-and-take raku event at Kualoa park
 •  Stay cool: Some ways to beat the summer heat
 •  Trias performs on closing night of State Farm Fair
 •  Soda, juice calories quickly add up
 •  Hawai'i heroes favor forgiveness
 •  Weekly Thoughts
 •  Trainer shapes bodies, souls
 •  Episcopal Diocese offers workshop
 •  Faith calendar
 •  Hawai'i Theatre wins national recognition

 •  200,000 new jobs created
 •  Cruise waste has critics seething
 •  Hoku stock drops on first day
 •  It's graduation day at shipyard
 •  Waipi'o center sold by Gentry for $30 million
 •  FCC says telecoms can restrict access to Internet lines
 •  Nigerian scammers notorious for developing Internet fraud
 •  Builder, trust link for a school

 •  More could have been done to save Talia's life
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Political left should focus on pornography
 •  Dick Adair's cartoon

 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Saturday