Online News Hawaiʻi

Began in 1902, Kauaʻi’s only daily newspaper publishing seven days a week. Recognized for delivering editorial excellence in covering local, state, national and world news for the community of Kauaʻi.

The only news outlet in Hawaiʻi dedicated to public affairs reporting. Our mission is to engage and educate the community on important public issues through in-depth reporting, explanatory and investigative journalism, analysis and commentary.

Maui’s leading online newspaper resource. Covering local Maui community news, events, sports, business, and more.

Hawaii Tribune-Herald is a daily broadsheet newspaper distributed on the Hilo-area of Hawaiʻi’s Big Island. The newspaper is the primary news source for Hilo residents and locals. Circulation is 16,000 Monday through Friday and 18,000 on Sunday. Hawaii Tribune-Herald is owned and operated by Oahu Publications, Inc

West Hawaii Today is a daily broadsheet newspaper circulated on the west side of Hawaii’s Big Island from North Kohala to Ka‘u. The newspaper is the main source of local news to the West Hawaiʻi community, and it also provides national and international coverage.

Online News Pacific

The newspaper of record for The Marshall Islands. Covers current and past events within the islands and atolls of the Marshall Islands, also featuring a database of archival news.
The Pacific Island Times is published in Guam by the Pacific Independent News Service LLC in partnership with the Pacific Note. Our goal is to be the most comprehensive, accurate, analytical and most interesting source of news on politics, government affairs, economy and business, arts and culture in Guam and in the region.
A daily publication for the community of Guam.

The Saipan Tribune gives wide-ranging coverage of what is happening in the Northern Mariana Islands and around the globe. The Saipan Tribune caters to a wide variety of interests and its opinion pages provide fresh and penetrating insights on issues affecting the Commonwealth.

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