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Bradley Albury

Editor-in-Chief of The Abaconian.

From the Editor’s Desk: Tick. Toc.

Government pensions are a ticking time bomb. But as long as the political parties use the civil servants as a vote farm, it does not matter how much VAT money we raise - it will not fill the hole that continues to grow beneath our country’s feet.

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Rotary Hosts Hugh Cottis Speech Competition

The Rotary Club of Abaco hosted the Annual Hugh Cottis Speech Competition on February 11. It was held at the Anglican Parish Hall. The competition was split into three divisions: Primary, Junior and Senior. Twelve students competed in total.

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March 1, 2015 Digital Edition

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Feb 15, 2015 Digital Edition

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Arawaks Win ACH Interhouse Sports Competition

Two days of intense competition between the four houses of Abaco Central High School resulted in the Arawaks winning it all. The event was held Thursday and Friday, January 29-30 at Murphy Town Park. The first day was dedicated to track events in the morning and field events in the afternoon, in three age categories: under-fifteen, under-seventeen and under-twenty for both males and females.

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Catholic Board of Education Celebrates Educational Milestones

A frenzied waving of flags and a motorcade through the streets of Abaco ended in a Junkanoo rush-out at St. Francis de Sales Catholic School.

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Elbow Cay Reef Ball Raises Funds for Research Centre

Friends of the Environment (FRIENDS) held the first of their two annual Reef Balls on Feb 7 at the Abaco Inn. The gala event raises money for FRIENDS projects which includes environmental education and the new Frank Kenyon Research Centre. Both a silent and live auction were key fund raising cornerstones of the Reef Ball.

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From the Editor’s Desk: Following the Greats

When our community loses a great man or woman we feel it immediately. We feel it collectively. These are the people who built. Created. Taught.

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Reggae Lovers Enjoy Illest Show in Elbow

  By Erica Pinder On the evening of Friday, February 6 all the true reggae lovers in Hope Town, locals and visitors alike, attended the Bob Marley Tribute at Firefly Sunset Resort. The night was strictly dedicated to the legendary musician, Robert Nesta Marley, as it would have been his …

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Repairs Underway for Elbow Reef Lighthouse

Alex Klahm, Metal Architect and lighthouse specialist from St Petersburg, FL along with his crew are currently restoring and making repairs to the Elbow Reef Lighthouse in Hope Town. Among the repairs being made are re-installing the permanent ladder and trapdoor, changing the rusted gutters, installing new security posts and replacing cracked glass panels.

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