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Robin McCann helps buyers and sellers with all their Hawaii real estate needs, including that in Honolulu, Oahu, island of oahu, Waikiki, Aiea, Ewa Beach, Hawaii Kai, Kailua, Kaneohe, Kapolei, Makakilo, Mililani, North Shore, Pearl City, Wahiawa, Waikele, Waimanalo and Waipahu. Her company, Robin McCann Realty, also offers property management for rental property owners..
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May Day is a Holiday created to honor the Hawaiian custom of making and wearing leis. In 1928, a writer, Gracie Tower Warren, proposed the idea be a holiday on May 1st, in conjunction with May Day.  On May 1, 1928, The first Lei Day was held and Honolulu residents and visitors were encouraged to ...
05/06/2009
The City of Honolulu will be celebrating Earth Day by honoring our Mother Earth during the month of April and beyond.  A full calendar of various events are planned.  Honolulu is holding a Reduce Electrical Use Contest.  Contestants are asked to design a switch plate cover with a "reduce ele...
04/08/2009
The Oahu community of Kailua will be celebrating Earth Day at the Kawai Nui Neighborhood Park on Saturday, April 4, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Various organizations and environmental agencies will be participating in the event to bring environmental awareness to the residents of our beautiful island...
04/02/2009
There is stimulating news for the Oahu real estate market.  Interest rates are down, loan limits are up and a tax-credit for first-time home buyers is available.  The federal government has implemented its plan to acquire Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac mortgage-backed securities, which has had a posi...
03/25/2009
Rubber duckie...Oh, what fond memories:, bathtub splashing, water sloshing, rubber duckie bobbing. (sigh)  Well, if you think playing with your rubber duckie was fun, then you are sure to enjoy The Great Hawaiian Rubber Duckie Race being held this Saturday, March 21st, behind the Hawaii Conventio...
03/18/2009
The wetland area of Honolulu's Pearl Harbor bike path received a makeover with the help of Aiea Intermediate students as well as Pearl Harbor sailors in conjunction with the City and County of Honolulu.  The clean up and replanting of native plant life, such as the Hawaiian Morning Glory, was...
03/11/2009
Whether you are an islander or a visitor to Hawaii, please take the time to honor the Nisei veterans by visiting the Nisei Fighting Men Exhibit.  The exhibit will remain until the end of the year.  The exhibit is on display at the main branch of Central Pacific Bank (2024 North King Street, Honol...
03/04/2009
Honolulu's low-income housing will benefit from up to $3.8 million from federal stimulus funds.  A total of $9.7 million in funds will be made available to the State of Hawaii for low-income housing.  Kukui Gardens and other low-income affordable housing will receive funds from the Stimulus P...
02/25/2009
Ladies, get your bling on and, gentlemen, dig out your ties because, on Sunday evening (February 22), you can party like a movie star at the Oscar Night America Party being held at Waikiki's renown Royal Hawaiian Hotel.  The Royal Hawaiian Hotel will roll out the "red carpet" for al...
02/18/2009
The Hawaii Medical Service Association (HMSA) is offering an Online Care Service to island residents.  You do not need to be an HMSA member to use the Online Care Service and registration is free to everyone.  HMSA members are pre-registered as part of their membership.  The goal of Online Care i...
02/11/2009
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