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Bradley Albury

Bradley Albury
Editor-in-Chief of The Abaconian.

Big Flamingo: Asiah Newbold

Big Flamingo Award Sept 15, 2015

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September 1, 2015 Digital Edition

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Update on Aug 17 Boat Theft Trial

The trial for three accused boat thieves, Delan Edgecombe, Dave Thurston and Rashad Fox, was held on August 17, 2015 at the Magistrates Court in Marsh Harbour.

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From the editor’s Desk: Red Hands, No Cuffs

Bahamians like our sets and pairs. Peas n’ Rice, Gin & Coconut Water, Sunshine & Sand. But there seems to be a disconnect between law enforcement and the justice system.

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Out Island Encouragement Act Provides Exemptions for Home Building Materials

The Out Island Encouragement Act was brought online July 1, 2015 and is scheduled to run for one year. The Act is designed to give Duty exemptions on materials used on new home construction or existing home renovations.

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Industry Continues to Rail Against Disastrous Fly Fishing Regulations

The Department of Marine Resources is proposing new flats fishing legislation that will adversely affect our economy if the new bill is anything like the draft legislation. The draft legislation caused panic in the fly fishing industry among fisherman, guides, lodges, hotels, guest houses, second-home owners, rental home owners, and other industry partners because it has been seen as anti-foreign and seeks to greatly limit our visitor’s ability to fish without a guide. It has left our much-valued visitors feeling unwelcomed in The Bahamas.

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August 15, 2015 Digital Edition

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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.

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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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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 and not the Bahamian people’s.

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