Online Newspaper Takes on Hawaii’s Political Elite By Garrett Tenney Published July 04, 2011 | FoxNews.com Malia Zimmerman has never been afraid to take on the political establishment in Hawaii. She took on the former governor after she was fired from her journalism job — saying her employer was pressured by the governor to fire […]
HAWAII’S JOURNALISM SHIELD LAW INSPIRED BY MALIA ZIMMERMAN’S LEGAL CASE Hawaii journalism shield law proposed | The Honolulu Advertiser | Hawaii’s Newspaper http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/article/2007/Aug/24/ln/hawaii708240358.html Hawaii mulls enacting reporter shield law http://www.firstamendmentcenter.org/news.aspx?id=19626 Hawaii Enacts 36th State Shield Law : Silha Center : University of Minnesota http://silha.umn.edu/news/summer2008.php?entry=197680 Hawaii legislators pass journalist shield bill http://www.firstamendmentcenter.org/news.aspx?id=19981 Shield law for journalists […]
KA LOKO DAM BREACH AND DEVASTATION: WAS IT REALLY AN ‘ACT OF GOD?’ Godbey Report: Roadmap to Prevent Kauai’s Ka Loko Dam Breach Disaster From Ever Happening Again Key Witnesses Speak Out for the First Time; Dam’s Owner James Pflueger Goes on the Record with Hawaii Reporter; Kauai County Mystery Unsolved; Government on the Hot Seat; […]
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HawaiiReporter.com is a Hawaii-based online news and opinion journal. HawaiiReporter.com was founded in November 2002 by Malia Zimmerman and Jay McWilliams, both who have served as reporters and editors for many publications in Hawaii. Focusing on government, politics, business, and education, HawaiiReporter.com also collects and researches 20 kinds of public records and has contributed to […]
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by MICHELE VAN HESSEN Sun Correspondent Archived July 2007 article A free society relies on the free exchange of information between the media and public. All levels of society must feel they can speak to journalists without the fear of retaliation,” said local journalist Malia Zimmerman. Born and raised in Kailua, and now a Hawaii […]
Foreign employees claim exploitation March 30, 2001 Section: AWORLDBRIEFING/PACIFIC RIM Edition: 2 Page: A14 Byline: By Malia Zimmerman SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES Illustration: Photo, Vietnamese women wait on a roadside on the outskirts of Hanoi for work as day laborers on a farm., By Agence France-PresseMap, Pago Pago, By The Washington Times PAGO PAGO, […]