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Hope Town District Council November Meeting

The Hope Town District Council met November 7 in Man-O-War to discuss matters relating to their district and deal with their regular statutory business. The meeting began with a moment of silence observed for fellow Local Government Practitioner Colon Curry (former member of Marsh Harbour Spring City Town Committee). Island …

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Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources Holds Meeting in Abaco

Minister of Agriculture and Marine Resources, Michael Pintard held a meeting on November 8 to address matters of concern to fisherman in Abaco Mr. Pintard stressed the importance of the topic “as we are importing 80 percent of our food.” He noted that from the time he was in highschool …

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Guana Cay Cleanup Prompted by Local Government Council Member

Local Government Council Member for Great Guana Cay initiated a community cleanup that was well attended and deemed a success near the end of October. The cleanup, which was initiated by Cheynea Turquest-Levarity, took place on October 16 saw over sixty full garbage bags of trash collected within a two …

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Local Government Addresses Points of Major Concern

Four road signs were put on a portion of the Ernest Dean Highway going towards Spring City on October 27 after local government was made aware of two vehicles with broken tires due to bad road conditions. The Marsh Harbour / Spring City Town Committee put up four signs along …

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MHVFR Donations Aid Service

The Member of Parliament for Central and South Abaco, James Albury, assisted the Marsh Harbour Volunteer Fire and Rescue with a generous donation. The fire department was in dire need for entry roll up doors for the fire station. Mr. Albury’s donation was able to purchase the two doors needed. …

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Abaco Remembers on Centennial of WWI

The British Legion Bahamas Branch held a pre-Remembrance Day Centennial Memorial Service at Ocean View Park on Sunday, October 28 to honor the lives of those who served and sacrificed in armed conflicts in years past. This year marks one hundred years since the end of World War One and …

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Civil Society Bahamas Addresses Abaco’s Organizations

Representatives of Civil Society Bahamas introduced the organization to Abaco at a seminar held at Da Blue Hole in Marsh Harbour on October 13. Representatives from a number of Abaco’s non-profit organizations attended to hear how working with the Civil Society Bahamas (CSB) can benefit the organizations working to benefit …

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Operation Tidal Wave Nabs 26 People Allegedly Involved in Illegal Drugs an Firearms

Residents were disturbed through the night with the sounds of a helicopter breaking the relative silence in the early morning hours of September 25 as Bahamian Police and Foreign Agents conducted a sting operation. While the Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) have not released official information as yet, it was …

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Police Investigate Discovered Body

By Terecita Pinder, RBPF Police in Abaco are investigating the discovery of a human body in the Crossing Rocks area. Reports are that on Monday 24th September 2018 shortly before 6:00pm, police in Abaco were called to the beach area of Crossing Rock, where officers were shown a human body …

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Minister Explains Breadbasket Changes

Dr. Duane Sands, Minister of Health, held an open meeting on September 13, 2018, at the Anglican Hall to inform the public about the Breadbasket Food List. This list includes the basic foods that government excludes from VAT charges. Dr. Sands is working to include only healthy foods on the …

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