Home / Bradley Albury (page 20)

Bradley Albury

Bradley Albury
Editor-in-Chief of The Abaconian.

WSC Addresses Marsh Harbour’s Protracted Pressure Problems

In recent weeks residents in Marsh Harbour have complained about poor water pressure and water outages. Barrington Murphy, manager of the local Water & Sewerage Corporation (WSC) office, spoke to ‘The Abaconian’ to address these concerns.

Read More »

August 1, 2015 Digital Edition

Click Here to View.    

Read More »

Thousands Served at Stranded Naked

The Free Stranded Naked Cheeseburger Beach Party is hard to grasp for anyone who has not experienced it. Between the people (or, more accurately, the characters), the warm water, the sights, sounds and smells of burgers wafting across Fiddle Cay it is easy to get lost in what is understood to be the largest beach and boat party in the country.

Read More »

Local Out-Surfs the Best in California Contest

The 2015 National Scholastic Surfing Association (NSSA) National Championships were held between June 26 and July 3 this year in Huntington Beach, California. The NSSA is the highest profile amateur competitive surfing association in the United States. This year, local surfer Tim Albury of Elbow Cay flew out to California to compete against some of the best surfers in the world.

Read More »

Abaco Swim Club Dives into Nationals, Earns 33 Medals

The Abaco Swim Club travelled to the Royal Bank of Canada / Bahamas Swimming Federation’s National Swimming Championships with their largest team yet who competed and earned a total of 33 medals and finished in fifth place out of twelve swim clubs.

Read More »

Rotary Changeover Dinner Prompts Club to “Give; Love!”

The Rotary Club of Abaco held its annual changeover dinner On June 29 at the Abaco Beach Resort. Apart from the ordinary agenda of the weekly meeting, this evening held special awards, year-in-reviews and remarks from several guests. It was a fun evening as the club marked the end of one year and beginning of its next.

Read More »

Boats & Tradition Come Full Circle for Family

For the Keys, family and tradition are pillars of their outlook on life. And for this story you have to appreciate both.

Read More »

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 is sadder. I know that whichever it is, though, is indeed baffling.

Read More »

July 15, 2015 Digital Edition

Click Here to View.

Read More »

Short Sighted Legislation Threatens $140 Million Industry

Flyfishing enthusiasts and professionals are outraged concerning proposed new legislation for the industry. Though some agree that there are certain points of the new law that could be beneficial, the majority of industry stakeholders, including the Abaco’s Fly Fishing Guides Association (AFFGA), agree that if the laws are implemented as they are written it would be devastating to the industry.

Read More »