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WHOA Seeks Volunteers

It is with great pleasure that WHOA, The Wild Horses of Abaco Preservation Society, announces another step towards the restoration of the Abaco Island Horse and establishment of an equine therapy program. WHOA will be announcing its new Board of Directors and Advisors soon. We are working on the first …

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Noise Pollution

When one thinks about pollution it is often in terms of solid waste (garbage) and other visual perceptions. Rarely would one think of noise as a pollution. Noise pollution refers to sounds in the environment that are caused by humans and that threaten the health or welfare of human or …

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Letters to the Editor: Support for Curry

Dear Editor, The Spring City Development Association would like to thank the awesome people of Abaco. Last year Mr. Colon Curry was diagnosed with advanced head and neck cancer and has since had surgery and is not taking treatment. As you may know treatment is expensive so in order to …

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Letters to the Editor: Park Rules

Dear Sir, On April 20th I was snorkeling with friends in the Pelican Cays Park when I saw two scuba divers carrying spears swimming below me. I managed to get their attention, explained the rules to them, and they immediately took the spears to their rental boat and left them …

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Letter to the Editor: Clinic Service

Dear Editor, I wish to express my appreciation for the excellent service rendered at the Marsh Harbour Health Clinic. The service was very professional and the staff was warm and friendly. What is also interesting is that two other friends of mine informed me that they received similar treatment at …

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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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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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Poor Customer Service

The second most aggravating and annoying thing behind the constant power outages is that when I call to be sure they know we are out and they do not answer their phone. I just want to confirm they know we are out and get some idea as to when they …

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Bahamians Need Not Apply

Dear Editor, Well it looks like all the Bahamian people should just remain on the docks and hire foreigners to bring back their crawfish catch this week. Once again, it seems the law and season for crawfishing has opened early for them.  This happens every year and it gets worse …

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