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Bradley Albury

Bradley Albury
Editor-in-Chief of The Abaconian.

From the Editor’s Desk: Pessimism or Defeatism

A scary, new (and in my opinion poorly thought out) tax is about to hit our economy. Crime is a well-publicized issue. And even if you are a Bahamian that finds comfort in “your” political party there are things to worry about: the FNM leadership is in shambles, the PLP’s infighting is distracting them from real problems in the country, and the DNA appears to be a one-man show.

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Abaco Club Sale to be Determined Soon

In under a month the Government of The Bahamas will make its final decision regarding the sale of The Abaco Club on Winding Bay. This was according to Minister of State for Investments Khaalis Rolle who spoke at the 2014 Abaco Business Outlook.

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Interact Clubs Engage in Coastal Cleanups

The Interact Clubs of St Francis de Sales and Forest Heights Academy took part in Coastal Cleanup Month. The two clubs decided to tackle two areas on Abaco that they deemed needed a cleanup.

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BEC Blackout Count – Oct 2, 2014

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Youth Ambassadors Address Needs of the Disabled in Bahamian Society

On September 24, representatives of the Youth Ambassadors Program held a meeting with various community stakeholders regarding disabled persons in Abaco and The Bahamas.

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October 1, 2014 Digital Edition

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From the Editor’s Desk: Senses

What will our country look like once we’ve given away all our land to fly-by-night “developers?” When we’ve dredged every reef? When we’ve filled in every blue hole? When just as fast as we build new, multi-million dollar buildings we let “old” ones crumble into disrepair? What will our country look like?

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Instagram of the Week – Oct 1, 2014

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September 15, 2014 Digital Edition

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Local Government Receives Minor Boost

Subsequent to a meeting with the Ministry of Local Government and Minister responsible V. Alfred Gray, the Central Abaco District Council (CADC) received a boost of $42,000 to help cover recurring commitments after previously not receiving their full allotment.

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