The English phrase "I love you" translates to Aloha Au Ia 'Oe in Hawaiian.
Aloha No Au Ia 'Oe means "I truly love you", while Aloha Kaua means "may there be love between us".
The phrase "all my love" is Aloha Nui Loa in Hawaiian, while Kipona Aloha means "deep love".
Aloha Pumehana means "warm love, affection", Ko`u Aloha means "my love", and Me Ke Aloha means "with love".
Though it has several other meanings, such as "hello", "goodbye", and "welcome", the word aloha means "love". Because the word "aloha" is used so much in the Hawaiian language, has so many meanings, and is used very often as a greeting, Hawaii is nicknamed the "Aloha State".
A good English/Hawaiian translation site is located here.
The 3rd Annual New Year's Eve "Party of the Year", set to occur on the night of Monday, December 31, 2012, has now been moved from Aloha Tower in Honolulu to Kaka'ako Waterfront Park, also in Honolulu. The move was made because of the growing popularity of the festival and the addition of some large new attractions, such as an LED-lit ferris wheel and a block party consisting of over 30 food trucks. Promoters believe the celebration will soon be up there with some of the biggest New Year's Eve celebrations in the world.