As I add Hawaiian language internet resources, I will update this first post and post them all here.
Nā kumuwaiwai ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i (Hawaiian language internet resources):
The Ulukau website is an invaluable collection of Hawaiian language resources for all Hawaiian language scholars. It contains: 1) <u> Ka Ho‘oilina: Puke Pai ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i </u>
-- downloadable Hawaiian language publications and audio recordings from the Ho‘oilina project; 2) <u> Nā Palapala Mo‘okū‘auhau </u>
-- a searchable genealogical database for Hawai'i residents; 3) <u> Nā Palapala o ka Māhele
</u> -- a searchable index concerning the land divisions and their claimants under the Māhele Nui (mass division and privatization of Hawaiian land); 4) <u> Nā Nūpepa ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i </u>
-- a searchable database of the massive collection of Hawaiian language newspapers; 5) <u> Nā Inoa ‘Āina </u>
-- a searchable database of Hawai'i place names; 6) <u> Ka ‘Ohina Ki‘i Na Ed Greevy </u>
-- Ed Greevy's picture collection; 7) <u> Nā Puke Wehewehe ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i </u>
-- an incredible online Hawaiian-English dictionary capable of searching for entries in the Hawaiian Dictionary by Elbert and Pukui, the Māmaka Kaiao (modern Hawaiian dictionary), the Andrews Dictionary, Place Names of Hawai‘i, and Hawai‘i Place Names. 8) <u> Nā Puke ‘Ē A‘e </u>
-- a collection of 59 books, as of June 2007, written in the Hawaiian language, and among these books is the Hawaiian Bible and a searchable link to Kauakūkalahale (a contemporary Hawaiian language publication appearing every Sunday in the Star Bulletin).
The website for the 'Aha Pūnana Leo, a powerful force in Hawaiian language revitalization. The English version of the site may be accessed by activating the English tab at the bottom right hand corner of its page.
‘Āha‘i Ōlelo Ola is a Hawaiian language segment of the weekday morning news on KGMB9. Recordings of the broadcast are available at the link above.
Uatuahine includes a wide range of resources concerning Hawaiian language classes, stories, and projects. (Note: I often link to the online Hawaiian grammar materials from here specifically http://www.uatuahine.hawaii.edu/papa/ha ... fault.html
Kulāiwi is an online course in the Hawaiian language with 30 video lessons.
A very informative Wikipedia article on the Hawaiian language.