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Bradley Albury

Editor-in-Chief of The Abaconian.

Top 12 Stories of 2014

It’s a new year with new adventures ahead for Abaco. But to put our future in context we should reflect on the past. In putting this list together we decided on what we felt were the most impactful stories for Abaco of 2014. They could not be annual events (sorry Regatta, Stranded Naked, Business Expo and Box Cart Races) and could not be a “national” story (sorry VAT, Leslie Miller and BahamasAir Strike).

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Dynamic Dolphins Anchors give back

The Dynamic Dolphin Anchors of S. C. Bootle High School have recently been involved in giving back to the community of Abaco.

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Runners participate in Man-O-War Jingle Jog

The Second Annual Jingle Jog was run in Man-O-War on December 13. The 5K Walk / Run and 1 Mile Kids Fun Run was hosted by the Abaco Swim Club. Though only in its second year, it is already becoming a favourite tradition of the island.

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From the Editor’s Desk: Priorities Part II – Economy

The Christmas holidays are nice. For that matter, all holidays are nice. This country is built around holidays: ours and tourists’. Bahamians know how to holiday. Unlike education, as I discussed in the December 1 issue, holidays are a priority for us.

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January 1, 2015 Digital Edition

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December 15, 2014 Digital Edition

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Hope Town Candle Lighting Ceremony Planned  

On Sunday, December 14 a Candle Lighting will be held in Hope Town. That evening, 6:30pm at Jarret Park, organizers will have readings, candle lighting and songs in memory of children who have passed. It is in conjunction with the Compassionate Friends organization.

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From the Editor’s Desk: This is Christmas!

It is Christmas so I’ll be taking a break from my typical ramblings hosted in this space. Instead, I’m going to focus on things that make me happy. Things like family and friends, of which I am blessed to have both.

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Farmers Air Grievances

Around 30 Abaco farmers held a meeting with the Department of Agriculture on November 20. The meeting was called and chaired by local Dept. head, Josephina Curry. Though a team from Nassau was scheduled to be present to hear local farmers’ concerns, they were unable to make it. Despite the Nassau representatives being absent, the meeting proceeded.

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New Chief of Police for Abaco

Supt. Noel Curry finished his rotation as Chief of Police for Abaco on November 24, 2014. He has been the Chief of Police for Abaco for a little under five years. He was transferred to Grand Bahama this month.

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