The 50th state in the United States, Hawaii is also the westernmost. It was admitted into the Union in 1959, and its capital is Honolulu, which is located on the island of Oahu. It is made up of 8 large islands and hundreds of smaller ones in the 1,500 mile chain.
Aloha United Way
The charitable organization shares their database so that anyone who wishes to see a list of social service agencies in the state.
Department of Labor and Industrial Relations
Help for laid-off workers, quick facts, and a message from the director comprise this website. Also available are online tools including a poster which displays labor laws, job opportunities, and numerous official forms and documents.
Department of the Attorney General
The official site dispenses information about the Hawaii Partnership, state identification cards, missing children, and online sex offender registration. Further attractions on the web site include the opportunity to report drug activity, fraud prevention, and news.
Pilot's Guide to the Islands offers the first two chapters of the book by the same name, as well as details about weather, planning, and pictures.
AirNav provides a list of all public airports in the state, the city each is in, and the official identification letters, as well as communication details and FAA information.
Hawaii's Official Tourism Site
This guide to the Hawaiian Islands for tourists showcases each of the main islands, videos about them, and a search engine which seeks out places to stay, events, and activities one might partake of in the state.
Holani Hawaii Photos
Offering free email addresses from Hawaii, this site also displays digital photographs of flowers, tropical trees, surf, volcanoes, and scenic Oahu settings. Also available are embroidery and screen savers.
State of Hawaii
Downloadable documents, details about the state government, and news which is relevant to Hawaii is featured on this, their official state site. Furthermore, there is an event calendar and a message from the governor.
The Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii
Communicating details about the organization such as member activities, membership and benefits,and resources, the organization's site also displays visitor information, promotions, and a member directory.