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Man Dies in Abaco Traffic Accident

Via RBPF Police in Abaco are investigating a traffic accident that has left a 31-year man dead on Friday 6th October 2017. Reports are that around 5:00pm, a man was driving his Buick Regal vehicle on S.C. Bootle Highway near Treasure Cay, when he lost control of his vehicle and …

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Thank You for Exemplary Medical Service

Dear Editor, So often we only have awful news to report.  So often that seems the only thing we can see on the television or the internet. On the local level, we constantly hear about how ‘lax Bahamians does be.’ I have a bright spot to share.  On September 22, …

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Suspected Suicide at Elbow Cay Lighthouse

Police in Abaco are investigating the death of a 41 year old male resident of Hope Town, Abaco, on Saturday, August 12, 2017. Reports are that shortly before 10:00am, police were called to the Hope Town Light House, where the lifeless body of a male was found unresponsive on the …

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Hope Town Inn & Marina Opening Johnny’s Cay for Private Wedding Venue

Joanne Feinstein Abacobuzz.com The Hope Town Inn & Marina is excited to announce that they have recently finalized the purchase of Johnny’s Cay, a private island that will now become the most exclusive wedding venue in the Abaco Islands. The Hope Town Inn & Marina has been the go-to destination …

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Thirsty Cuda Opens Floating Venue Off Tahiti Beach

Joanne Feinstein Abacobuzz.com There’s something in the water off the tip of Tahiti Beach, and it’s causing people to party. Thirsty Cuda is the newest restaurant and bar on Elbow Cay, and it is one of a kind. Thirsty Cuda is a floating swim-up restaurant and bar that is located …

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Where is Law Enforcement?

By Jeremy Sweeting I have said many times, that 70 percent of our country’s problems are due to the lack of enforcement. Over the centuries that our parliament (the third oldest legislature in the Western Hemisphere) have been enacting legislation, lawmakers have had very little help from the various arms …

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Abaco Educator Participating in US State Department Program for Civic Engagement

Ms. Rayette McDonald, an elementary school teacher and youth mentor, has been selected to participate in the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) entitled, “Advancing and Sustaining Civic Engagement” which will take place September 11-29th in the United States. On August 18, Ms. McDonald visited the U.S. Embassy and met with …

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Look Who’s Happy on Elbow Cay

By Joanne Feinstein Abacobuzz.com On the Abaco islands, it’s important to remember that it’s not just humans that make up our community, our furry friends are also part of our family! Whether it’s a cat, a dog, or something a bit more exotic, animals are a big part of everyone’s …

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The Work of The Abaco Shelter

Dear Editor, Please allow us space to comment on a topic that was raised at a recent meeting of the residents of North Abaco with their M.P., Mr. Darren Henfield and reported in the August 1st edition of The Abaconian. The residents complained about the stray dogs at the community …

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Tourism and Hospitality

  Dear Editor, On our return trip from visiting our neem farm in Paraguay, Nick and I had the pleasure of visiting with friends in San Jose, Costa Rica, a country with over 5 million people. What was most impressive to us was the hospitality of the people. We traveled …

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