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Bradley Albury

Bradley Albury
Editor-in-Chief of The Abaconian.

From the Editor’s Desk: Patience?

As we hit the middle of August and the end of the traditional tourist season we can reflect on the last handful of months. Coming off the giddy highs of election fever, Abaco focused inward again first to vote for their local government then to grapple with ongoing problems of …

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MP Hears Concerns During Series of Constituency Meetings

On August 2, 2017 James Albury, Member of Parliament for Central / South Abaco, met with constituents in Hope Town to hear about the concerns affecting them in their township and in Abaco generally. Roughly 50 people were in attendance and met in the new St. James Hope Town Community …

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Start of Crawfish Season Down Over Last Year but Expected to Improve

According to a major purchaser of crawfish on Abaco the first week of season has seen a 50 percent decrease in supply over the same period last year. However, they are hopeful that the numbers will balance out pointing to bad weather for the first few days of the season …

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Wilson City Power Station Tests Necessary for System Improvements

As reported in the last issue of The Abaconian, Bahamas Power & Light conducted their planned “series of tests” at its Wilson City Power Station during several days starting July 25 through August 4. For residents, the tests resulted in hours of repeated power outages across the island. The island’s …

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August 15, 2017 Digital Edition

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Aug 1, 2017 Digital Edition

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From the Editor’s Desk: Love, unity & Electricity

While this past holiday weekend should have been spent celebrating our nation’s Independence, the talk of the town clearly revolved around the failure of BEC and BPL to provide reliable electrical current – or any communication of the problems for that matter.

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June Closes with Rash of Boat Thefts

The end of June saw a spike of boat thefts in Abaco causing a great deal of concern to locals and visiting boaters alike.

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July 15, 2017 Digital Edition

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A Poem for BEC

In the darkness Abaconians fumble Unable to see their way Everyone knows BEC is in trouble At least that is bright as day

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