Honolulu star advertisers take the Honolulu star down
Posted November 12, 2018 09:16:11The Honolulu Star-Advertiser is the largest newspaper in Hawaii, with an annual circulation of around 70,000.
The newspaper has published a number of popular advertising and advertising-related articles in the past.
In 2017, it published an article about the city’s annual Pride Parade that featured a photo of an open sign advertising an “unrestricted sale” of marijuana.
The piece also ran an advertisement for an “Unrestricted Sale” of beer, and an article from earlier this year highlighted the importance of the city and its resources.
However, the Honolulu Star ad agency announced that they had pulled the article from their website, saying it did not comply with the terms of their advertising contract with the city.
The Honolulu Star, which has a circulation of roughly 40,000, had previously run an article that focused on the city as a whole, which drew a lot of attention, including from the national media.
In addition, the paper ran an article on marijuana legalization on Monday, which highlighted the issue of pot shops in the city, and the importance to businesses and individuals that were not currently involved in the illegal business of growing and selling marijuana.
According to the article, the city has been working to create an environment for people to grow and sell cannabis, and that it has made significant progress in that direction.
However that progress has been slow, and this ad campaign has focused on focusing on the business community and the businesses that are currently not participating in that business.
In response to this ad, the Hawaii Star editorial board sent out a letter to advertisers, stating that it was pulling the article that was running on the newspaper’s website.
It stated that the article was inaccurate and did not accurately represent the community, that they were disappointed in the newspaper for taking such an action, and asked that it apologize to the people of Honolulu for this error.
The ad agency that ran the article said that they pulled the advertisement because they believed that it did, in fact, violate the advertising contract they signed with the Honolulu City Council.
The ad agency added that the ad was the first time that they have ever pulled an ad from a newspaper.
According to a spokesperson for the Honolulu Post-Waikiki, the article ran on the paper’s website from May 26 to July 11.
The article, entitled “The End of the Cannabis Empire,” was written by the Honolulu Times’ editorial board, which was featured on the cover of the newspaper on May 28.
The Times ran a story about the legalization of recreational marijuana in the state of Hawaii, and reported on how the city had come up with the slogan “Cannabis is Not the Problem.”