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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for July 7, 2005

Breaking/PM Stories
 •  Hawai'i raises terror threat alert
 •  World summit overshadowed by London bombings
 •  U.S. cities on heightened alert
 •  Londoners calm amid the chaos
 •  Londoners fill streets to help at bombing scene
 •  Public transit systems vulnerable to terrorists
 •  International travel may slacken in wake of bombings
 •  Wie close to cut line after 1-under first round
 •  Police Beat: Man arrested in domestic dispute
 •  UH softball player earns league's top scholar honor

Local News
 •  Corrections
 •  More than 100 pledge allegiance U.S. grade A citizens
 •  Pearl Harbor shipyard 'not bulletproof'
 •  Recovered SEAL's body was that of a Pearl Harbor sailor
 •  Ruling clears the way for ferry
 •  Maui officials to consider shoreline park plan
 •  Lingle signs affordable-housing bills, promises more
 •  Transit tax increase gets City Council's vote, 7-2
 •  Is your 5-year-old kindergarten-ready?
 •  Maryknoll grad proud to join navigator's team
 •  Recycling has been a pet project since 1980
 •  Four UH colleges pass reviews
 •  Navy opens first home in housing overhaul
 •  Soldiers spend fruitless Fourth on the Tigris
 •  Group demands answers about ship's grounding
 •  Kids, fireworks blamed in fire
 •  50 acres burn near airport
 •  OK to end unused phone plan
 •  Woman accused of vacation rental scam
 •  Obituaries

 •  Campers appreciate Stockton's tips
 •  Lack of sponsor cancels contest
 •  PGA pros welcome Wie
 •  Instant replay ruled out for WAC football
 •  UH fans to lose some free TV road games
 •  Ex-'Bow English on Cavaliers' summer squad
 •  70 to vie for OCC Invitational title
 •  Golf notices
 •  Holes in one
 •  Junior golfers on tour
 •  Kimberly Kim tied for fourth in Rolex
 •  Sub-teens capture titles
 •  Kobayashi, Sheffield win awards
 •  On the Air

Island Life
 •  'Journey' winning honors for busy producer
 •  Gearing up for learning
 •  Honolulu Symphony chair steps down; board elects successor
 •  How Ga-oh rules over the four winds that blow
 •  Get free swimming lessons

 •  Best strategy for debt consolidation a 'no-brainer'
 •  Condo proposal gets green light
 •  Hurricane fears help oil prices hit record
 •  Mutual funds still in the doldrums
 •  U.S. housing market may be losing steam
 •  Vacation rental proposals advance at Council meeting
 •  $3.99 bottle of Napa wine? Gulp!
 •  Say 'I do' to financial plans
 •  Without ample warning of overdraft, a hefty bank fee is no 'courtesy'
 •  Maui Divers hops aboard

 •  Library staff shortfall demands attention
 •  Weighted school plan must be used flexibly
 •  Letters to the Editor
 •  Gov. Lingle must accept anti-bias measures
 •  Dick Adair's cartoon

 •  Movie openings
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday