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March 15, 2017 Digital Edition

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Thirty Ride to Raise Firehouse Funds

The third annual fundraiser Bikeathon for the High Banks Fire House took place on February 12, 2017 under beautiful clear, sunny skies with temperatures just perfect for a nice bike ride. This perfect day was very welcome as riders from last year had memories of a harrowing ride against head winds which made the ride very hard going.

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Man-O-War Flea Market Features Food, Fun, Ship Tours and More

A good crowd attended this year’s Man-O-War Flea Market. The addition of several ferries, balmy weather and the hope of finding good bargains contributed to the healthy turn out.

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Vantage Bahamas Tapped to Provide Technical Expertise at Leonard M. Thompson International

Vantage Bahamas is the local subsidiary of Vantage Airport Group, based in Vancouver, British Columbia. The company is currently under an executive management agreement with the Lynden Pindling International Airport since 2007.

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2017 Love Rush Junkanoo

Thousands of visitors and locals lined the sides of Don MacKay Blvd to witness the display of beautiful colours and dancing and feel the rhythm on February 25 as the annual ‘Love Rush’ Junkanoo parade paid homage to recently departed Agatha “Aggie” Curry of Spring City.

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Eagles Take Both Girl’s and Junior’s Championships, Marlins Earn Senior Championship

The finals of the Abaco School League Association Basketball season were played during the week of February 12 to 16 with three games each day on Monday and Thursday, the champion having to win two games out of three. There was a very competitive atmosphere in Agape Christian School’s Grace Gymnasium with coaches shouting encouragement and fans cheering.

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March 1, 2017 Digital Edition

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Mini-Hospital to Open in “Six to Eight Weeks”

Dr. Darville said that “We had an opportunity to look at the lab equipment – everything seems to be intact – and we looked at the x-ray equipment. We will bring in our engineering team to do an inventory of the equipment to ensure the quality and integrity of the equipment meets the international standard.”

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In Their Own Words: South Abaco Candidates

Editor’s Note: You’ll notice there is only one candidate response here. However, there are three candidates for Central / South Abaco. Questionnaires were confirmed delivered to all six candidates (North and South) the last week of January as well as weekly follow-ups. As of this printing we received only four …

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National Sports Academy to Launch in Moore’s Island Following Delays

The formation of the academies have been at the focal point of each budget debate following the success of the men’s 4x400 meters (m) relay team, The Bahamas’ “Golden Knights” at the 2012 London Olympic Games.

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