• Deplorable Bathroom Conditions at Port Shock Residents

    Deplorable Bathroom Conditions at Port Shock Residents

    While construction continues on $39 million North Abaco port development in Coopers Town the International Port in Marsh Harbour continues to show a lack of maintenance highlighted by a recent video that surfaced on social media showing the deplorable state of the bathrooms at the facility....

  • Public Forestry Meeting Alerts Public to Proposed New Boundaries and Hunting Fees

    Public Forestry Meeting Alerts Public to Proposed New Boundaries and Hunting Fees

    The Forestry Department, in carrying out the mandate of the government to create protected areas for a sustainable forest preserve throughout The Bahamas, held a series of town meetings to discuss the proposed protected sites on Abaco and introduce the draft regulations for hunting licenses....

  • Heritage Festival Explores Abaco’s Pirate Roots

    Heritage Festival Explores Abaco’s Pirate Roots

    “Adventure, Enterprise and Infamy” was the theme of the Twelfth Annual Island Roots Heritage Festival (IRHF) in Green Turtle Cay on May 6 through 8, with much of the look and feel of the festival centered on piracy. ...

  • YES Bahamas Launches Local Campaign, Names Co-Chairs

    YES Bahamas Launches Local Campaign, Names Co-Chairs

    The local launch of the YES Bahamas campaign was held at the Anglican Hall in Marsh Harbour on April 27. The campaign announced its two local co-chairs: Wynsome Ferguson and Kendy Anderson. Also on the panel were National Co-Chairs Lynn Holowesko and Senator Sharon Wilson, Island Administrator Charles Moss an...

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  • Confiscating Lighters

    I hope you will allow me a small space in your publication to commend the civil aviation security staff at the Marsh Harbour International Airport. They do a commendable job and are usually quite cou...

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  • From the Editor's Desk: Equality Part II

    We have female politicians, business leaders, and most of Abaco’s Department Heads are women. We’ve had a female Deputy Prime Minister and our Governor General is a woman. We recognize our Head of...

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  • From the Editor's Desk: Equality

    On June 7 the country has a choice to make. In the simplest of terms, because the choice is very much a simple one, we will decide whether we believe women should have the same rights as men enshrined...

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  • Easter Miracle

    This is my story of Easter Sunday, 2016 . . . a day of blessings and miracles. ...

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  • From the Editor's Desk: Bread & Circuses

    In the Roman Empire’s waning years, when its citizens could not afford bread, its leaders chose to appease and pacify the masses with the spectacle and sport of the arena. Instead of spending their ...

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