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4 Hawaiian royal societies criticize sovereignty group

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May 17, 2008

Advertiser Staff, go to original story. Four Hawaiian royal societies today issued a statement denouncing the actions of the Hawaiian Kingdom Government, a Hawaiian sovereignty group that has been occupying part of the ‘Iolani Palace grounds since April 30. ‘Aha Hipu’u, which includes the Royal Order of Kamehameha I, ‘Ahahui Ka’ahumanu, Hale O Na...
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Permit denied for assembly at palace

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May 17, 2008
Permit denied for assembly at palace

By Gordon Y.K. Pan, Advertiser Staff Writer, go to original story. The state yesterday denied a permit to a Hawaiian sovereignty group that wanted to continue to occupy part of the ‘Iolani Palace grounds, as it has been doing since April 30. State Land Board Director Laura H. Thielen denied the group an assembly...
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DLNR denies sovereignty group’s bid for new permit

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May 16, 2008

Advertiser Staff, go to original story.  The Hawaiian Kingdom Government has been denied permission to gather on the grounds of ‘Iolani Palace as it has been doing since April 30. The Department of Land and Natural Resources, which oversees the palace grounds, cited several infractions in its explanation why the permit was being denied...
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Sovereignty group head barred at palace grounds

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May 15, 2008

Something else is going on. I mentioned to K.B. that this was state-sponsored theater. What great theater it is! Entering old archives building apparently violated permit terms. By Mary Vorsino, Advertiser Urban Honolulu Writer, go to original story. The head of a Hawaiian sovereignty group occupying the ‘Iolani Palace grounds was escorted off the...
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Keanu Sai’s response

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May 14, 2008

go to original Aloha mai kakou (greetings): The recent activities of certain individuals calling themselves the “Hawaiian Kingdom government” who temporarily took control of the `Iolani Palace grounds have caused an overwhelming number of emails to our account, voicing support, abhorrence, as well as honest inquiries. The writers of these emails have mistakenly assumed...
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Hawaiian group gets parking donations

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May 8, 2008
Hawaiian group gets parking donations

By Dan Nakaso. Advertiser Staff Writer. Go to original story.  Members of the Hawaiian Kingdom Government who spend their days on the mauka lawn of ‘Iolani Palace have been given hundreds of dollars worth of quarters from Hawaiians and non-Hawaiians so they won’t face parking meter fees and possible parking tickets. “We’ve been given...
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Palace protestors told of rules

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May 4, 2008

By Gordon Y.K. Pang . Advertiser Staff Writer. Go to original story.  Officials with the Department of Land and Natural Resources are telling a Hawaiian sovereignty group that has gathered daily since Wednesday on the grounds of ‘Iolani Palace that they need to abide by the same parking and other park rules as everyone...
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Sovereignty group back at palace – minus locks

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May 2, 2008

A Hawaiian sovereignty group yesterday spent a second day peacefully occupying the mauka lawn of ‘Iolani Palace, claiming once again to be the legitimate government of Hawai’i. But unlike most of the first day, non-Hawaiians were not blocked from entering the property by the group identifying itself as the Hawaiian Kingdom Government. The palace...
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Sovereignty group seizes palace, vows to return

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May 1, 2008

Members say protest will go on today but gates will stay open. By Gordon Y.K. Pang . Advertiser Staff Writer. A Hawaiian sovereignty group occupied the grounds of ‘Iolani Palace, locked the gates and blocked non-Hawaiians from entering for about eight hours yesterday to protest the U.S.-backed overthrow of the Hawaiian government more than...
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Sovereignty group blocks entrances to Iolani Palace

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May 1, 2008

They say they’re Isles’ legitimate rulers, not subject to state law. By Gordon Y.K. Pang . Advertiser Staff Writer. A Hawaiian sovereignty group occupied the grounds of ‘Iolani Palace, locked the gates and blocked non-Hawaiians from entering for about eight hours yesterday to protest the U.S.-backed overthrow of the Hawaiian government more than a...
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State’s appeal to Supreme Court

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May 1, 2008

http://starbulletin.com/2008/05/01/editorial/editorial01.html State had no choice on ceded land appeal THE ISSUE Hawaii is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a state Supreme Court ruling The state Supreme Court’s drastic decision in January to block virtually all state-owned land from being sold or transferred needs further review. Attorney General Mark Bennett had no choice...
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Sovereignty cited in ceded land case

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April 30, 2008

Sovereignty cited in ceded land case By Alexandre Da Silva adasilva@starbulletin.com Hawaii has a “sovereign right” to sell and transfer lands previously owned by Hawaii’s kingdom, the state told the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday in an effort to lift a legal ban on the property deals until claims by native islanders are resolved. In...
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