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Committee member upset over no lighting at Ocean View Park

According to Cay Mills of the Dundas Town Committee, his efforts to restore lighting at Ocean View Park in Dundas Town on March 4 were impeded.

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New service and convenience mark ferry’s 55th anniversary

The introduction of an inter-cay schedule along with the opening of the Peggy Thompson Welcome Center in Hope Town marked the fifty-fifth anniversary of Albury’s Ferry Service on February 18.

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10 minutes from Lapa, Rio’s nightlife epicentre, you’ll find this peaceful, elegant and discreet Belle Epoque townhouse. The property is decorated with art from Brazil and France and sits eyrie like over Rio a favourite bolthole for off duty celebs. Rooms are light, bright and opening onto a lush tropical …

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Man O War Flea Market brings crowd to cay

The annual Man O War Flea Market, held this year on February 15, brought loads of people to the small Cay. Many arrived by ferry throughout the morning. This year the weather had collaborated and it was under blue skies. With a refreshing breeze on their faces the bargain hunters did their shopping.

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An introduction to the new Administrator for South Abaco

Following the retirement of South Abaco's former Administrator, Joshua Smith, last year after a short tenure, the post was temporarily filled by administrator for Central Abaco, Preston Cunningham, who had the arduous task of administrating both large districts.

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North Abaco MP plans public transportation

North Abaco Minister of Parliament and Parliamentary Secretary, Renardo Curry said he is undertaking plans to implement public transportation infrastructure for the mainland of Abaco as many persons commute daily from the far ends of the island.

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Dominican and Haition nationals attempting illegal entry in Sandy Point captured as aircraft crashes into police jeep

On Feb 23, at 6:45pm a twin engine Aztec Piper landed on the airstrip in Sandy Point. The aircraft was carrying a group of illegal immigrants. The aircraft was met by police as it landed. In an attempt to avoid capture, the pilot of the aircraft rammed the police jeep.

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Celebrity chefs to dish it up at Devour! The Beach in Green Turtle

America’s hottest chefs will descend on Green Turtle Cay for a three-day ocean-side food extravaganza. From March 26-29, 2014, the remote-island paradise will play host to the first annual Devour! The Beach festival. The three–day event features extraordinary culinary events led by celebrity chefs from Chicago, Las Vegas, Cleveland, Dallas, Ottawa and Halifax.

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Elbow Cay Reef Ball trumps success of last year

The Reef Ball was held on Elbow Cay on Feb 15. This year it was held at the Abaco Inn and a second Reef Ball will be held on March 1 at the Jib Room in Marsh Harbour. A silent and live auction delighted the crowd with great prizes. Local band, “Suppa Time” brought the beats that got the crowd dancing at the end of the evening.

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