• Pink Rose Ball Committee Raises $15,000 for Cancer Society

    Pink Rose Ball Committee Raises $15,000 for Cancer Society

    The Pink Rose Ball Committee met with Jo-Ann Bradley and Veronica Saunders of the Abaco Cancer Society on Nov. 14 at the Bahamas Government Complex to present both women with a $15,000 cheque from funds raised at the Annual Pink Rose Ball....

  • Rangers Assist Local Government

    Rangers Assist Local Government

    The Royal Bahamas Defense Force Rangers came out early Saturday morning on November 22 to assist the Marsh Harbour / Spring City Town Committee with picking up garbage off the roadsides on the bypass road....

  • Farmers Air Grievances

    Farmers Air Grievances

    Around 30 Abaco farmers held a meeting with the Department of Agriculture on November 20. The meeting was called and chaired by local Dept. head, Josephina Curry. Though a team from Nassau was scheduled to be present to hear local farmers’ concerns, they were unable to make it. Despite the Nassau representa...

  • Agape Art Explosion Offers Variety

    Agape Art Explosion Offers Variety

    Agape Christian School held their fourth Art Explosion at Grace Gym on November 14 and 15 showcasing a wide variety of arts and crafts from artisans across the island as well as highlighting the works of students in the school....

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  • Difficult to Visit  

    This concerns a distressing experience a number of American and Canadian second homeowners are experiencing when arriving in Nassau en route to their homes in Abaco. Since most of these people spend ...

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  • Double Trouble  

    Over the past several weeks two things have been made quite clear to me which a lot of people need to be made aware about....

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  • Loss & Principles

    Bahamians were shocked and saddened by the death of Dr. Miles Munroe ....

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  • From the Editor's Desk: Priorities Part I - Education

    I don’t think we have our priorities straight in this country. The government is too quick to evade its responsibilities and scapegoat the treasury. Responsibilities like educating your children and...

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  • From the Editor's Desk: Imagine

    Imagine an economy that has been built for decades to cater to one thing: tourism. Then imagine all the worst possible policies that can be put in place. Policies like more than tripling airline taxes...

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