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Letters to the Editor

Mermaid Reef

Dear Editor, Friends of the Environment would like to take a moment to address the concerns raised by Ms. Milanne Rehor about Mermaid Reef in your last issue. For those that don’t know, Mermaid Reef is a patch reef located off Pelican Shores (near Marsh Harbour). Mermaid Reef is located …

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Power Update?

Dear Editor, I’m just writing to see if you know when the power will be back on? -Alone in the Dark

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Trouble at Mermaid Reef

Dear Editor, In the two years since I last visited Mermaid Reef something dreadful has happened. There are fish, but most of the coral formations seem to be dead or dying, all but about two purple sea fans have disappeared. Everything looks brown, the vibrant colors have disappeared. Worse, about …

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Pleased with Airport Ceremony

Dear Editor, I was delighted to have been present at the official naming of the Leonard M. Thompson International Airport. The program was impressive and enjoyable, a fitting tribute to an outstanding Abaconian, yea an outstanding Bahamian. Those responsible are to be thanked and commended for a job well done.  …

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Nothing’s Changed

Recent continuous power outages take much of the enjoyment of our Bahamas home out of the picture. We've been coming here for over 20 years.

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Bonefish Regulations Will Deter Anglers

  Dear Editor, The members of the Treasure Cay Bonefish Club are resident and non-resident homeowners in Treasure Cay. We have serious concerns related to the proposed bonefishing regulations and the mandatory use of guides. The new proposal appears to allow us to fish on our own but not in …

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Confiscating Lighters

I hope you will allow me a small space in your publication to commend the civil aviation security staff at the Marsh Harbour International Airport. They do a commendable job and are usually quite courteous and never dally or delay the efficient processing of travellers into the secure departure terminal.

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Easter Miracle

This is my story of Easter Sunday, 2016 . . . a day of blessings and miracles.

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Administration Changes Deter Volunteerism in Treasure Cay // A Sad Ending

I thought that you would like to know how this country is drifting. A group of very dedicated people in Treasure Cay, mostly second home owners have been working with the children at the Treasure Cay Primary School, some for a period of fifteen years.

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In Praise of Tropic Ocean Air

Getting to Abaco has recently become what it used to be like in days gone by, before the now several hours wait at the airport for a 50 minute flight to only find out your flight was further delayed or even canceled.

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