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Honolulu condos too pricey for residents

Developers, responding to population growth and demand from wealthy tourists, are refreshing Honolulu's core with new condos, and adding malls and hotels in the city's biggest building boom in a decade.

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HINALEIMOANA Wong-Kalu has crossed swords with developers on behalf of native Hawaiians for most of her life, and spent the past eight years protecting the souls of departed ancestors as a member of the Oahu Island Burial Council.

This year, she took a job as a

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