• Last Wild Abaco Horse Perishes

    Last Wild Abaco Horse Perishes

    On July 23, 2015, Nunki, the last of Abaco’s famous wild horses, passed away. Nunki was a twenty year old mare and the last of a special breed of horse referred to as the Abaco Spanish Colonial, or ‘Abaco Barbary Horses’ by the Horse of the Americas Registry....

  • Mini-Hospital Status Unknown

    Mini-Hospital Status Unknown

    On some future day we will know more than we do now, that is, eventually the story will be told, at least in part and maybe, just maybe we will understand....

  • New Minister for Local Government Visits Abaco

    New Minister for Local Government Visits Abaco

    Member of Parliament Hope Strachan, the Minister for Local Government, came to Abaco on July 23 to preside over a hearing on two appeals against Hope Town District Council decisions. On her arrival she visited Hope Town to see first-hand the basis for the appeals. The hearing followed in the Prime Minister’...

  • Abaco Police Force Fights Crime with Limited Resources

    Abaco Police Force Fights Crime with Limited Resources

    As reported last week in the ‘Tribune’ and previously in ‘The Abaconian,’ the Abaco Police force has only one vessel to patrol Abaco and enforce the law. With the high level of boat thefts concerning residents and visitors, many feel one vessel is insufficient....

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  • Mini-Hospital Status Unknown

    On some future day we will know more than we do now, that is, eventually the story will be told, at least in part and maybe, just maybe we will understand....

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  • From the Editor's Desk: Smog

    If you’re under thirty know that the system has sold your birthright. If you’re over thirty know that your children will grow up in a weaker Bahamas: one reimagined to serve political interests an...

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  • From the Editor's Desk: ClownFish

    It feels that there are people influencing policy that are either intentionally destroying the economy or are, in fact, too stupid to be held accountable for their missteps. I am not sure which option...

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  • Bonefishing Laws Don’t Just Hurt Tourists

    I am a second home owner in Treasure Cay. I have always enjoyed and respected your editorials on the local scene. I am a huge fan of the Abaconian....

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  • Taxes are Losing The Bahamas Money

    Wouldn't it be better for the Bahamas to collect $12,000 than nothing? Why not give second homeowners like myself who already pay property tax and tax on everything else we consume here some consider...

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