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Murder Suspects Still Being Sought

The Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF) is appealing to members of the Abaco community who may have any information relative to two men they are seeking in connection with the murder of 26 year-old Gregory Bain on August 26. According to Noel Curry, officer in Charge of Abaco, the RBPF is still looking for 20 year-old Cadet Lewis and 20 year-old Wilkenson Garson two weeks after Mr. Bain was shot in the back outside a motel in Sandy Point.

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Counterfeit Money Circulating

A report from Inspector Terecita Pinder, press liaison officer in Grand Bahama, is warning the public to be on the lookout for fake Bahamian $100 notes which police have been discovered in circulation at a number of businesses.

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Min. of Education revisits schools to examine repairs

The Honourable Jerome Fitzgerald, Minister of Education, Science and Technology, said that when they visited Abaco a few weeks ago they were concerned about some structural issues at Abaco Central High School, and he wanted to ensure that they were addressed.

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Thirty-three Haitian nationals caught at Hole in the Wall

Haitian nationals discovered at Hole in the Wall

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Final Sailaway Fundraiser attracts crowds

On August 12 the Sailaway beach party was held at Baker’s Bay. The event is organized by the Sailaway Committee and this year it benefitted Friends of the Environment and the Rotary Club of Abaco. The proceeds which are raised by the sale of hamburgers, hot dogs, beverages and t-shirts go to benefit the organizations. Volunteers from both organizations, along with other individuals, staffed the booths for hours. This was the tenth and final Sailaway.

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FNM Chairman passes away on Abaco

Charles Maynard, Chairman of the Free National movement and former Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture, passed away in Abaco early August 14, 2012. Mr. Maynard was in North Abaco helping prepare for the by-election when he collapsed from a heart attack. He was unresponsive when he arrived at the Treasure Cay Clinic and was pronounced dead at 1:30 a.m.

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Man stabbed at club in Haitian community

According to police officers at the Marsh Harbour Police Station, a stabbing occurred at Club Perfect, which is located in The Mud on August 9. The incident took place at 11:30 p.m. Police reports indicate that the victim approached the suspect about money that he owed to him. When the suspect refused to return the money, it resulted in an altercation between the two men. As a result, the victim was stabbed in the chest – the stab just narrowly missing his heart.

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Minister for Investments visits two Abaco developments

The Honourable Khaalis Rolle, Minister for Investments in the Office of the Prime Minister, visited Abaco on August 10 to assess some of the investment opportunities that are currently available on Abaco. He began his tour with Baker’s Bay Golf and Ocean Club to see how their project has progressed over the years and to see what opportunities are available there.

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Craw fish Season Update

One month after the start of the crawfish season the consensus among the fishermen seems to be the same from one end of the island to the other: the crustaceans are in slightly less number than last year. However, there is the report of a fisherman from Mount Hope who brought home over five hundred pounds of fish on the first day.

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ABACO DISTRICT BACK TO SCHOOL MESSAGE 2012/2013

With a renewed sense of commitment to the children of the Abaco District in particular and by extension those of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, I greet you on the threshold of yet another exciting year; one that holds great promise for our children.

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