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Bradley Albury

Editor-in-Chief of The Abaconian.

From the Editor’s Desk: Floyd’s Legacy

This year marks twenty years since one of the most ferocious hurricanes in memory made landfall on Abaco – Hurricane Floyd. Apart from the devastation Floyd left behind, the storm became a cultural touchpoint. A point of delineation. An event around which time was denoted: “Before Floyd,” or “After Floyd.” …

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BNT Celebrates Sixty Years

On July 12 the Abaco office of the Bahamas National Trust held a small reception to celebrate the organization’s sixtieth year. Champagne, sparkling juice and a table of food greeted several community stakeholders as they came to mingle and cut the cake. The historic legislation that created the Bahamas National …

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From the Editor’s Desk: Failures at the Port

As sure as the sun rises and sets (seemingly hotter every day) so does the cycle of preventable crises that Abaco faces. There are a handful of issues that rear their heads every few years. A reliable cuckoo clock of misfortune. Demons whose names we know well but cannot seem …

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August 2019 Digital Edition

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July 15, 2019 Digital Edition

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July 1, 2019 Digital Edition

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June 15, 2019 Digital Edition

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June 1, 2019 Digital Edition

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May 1, 2019 Digital Edition

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Central & South Abaco Board of Representatives Formed

On Monday, April 15 Local Government leaders met to form the Central &South Abaco Board of Representatives. According to MP James Albury, “We will meet quarterly as a board to discuss important issues and areas of concern in our respective areas and how we can work together to improve and …

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