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June, 2016

  • 16 June

    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.

April, 2016

  • 14 April

    Easter Miracle

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

January, 2016

  • 14 January

    Concerned or Selfish in Little Harbour?

    Please allow me space in your paper to add my two cents to the issue of Little Harbour and the current effort to exclude new arrivals.

  • 14 January

    Response to Jan 1 Letter “Speaking My Mind”

    I would like to make a few comments to the Letter to the Editor in the Abaconian’s Jan 1, 2016 issue, ‘Speaking My Mind.’

July, 2015

  • 7 July

    Bonefishing Laws Don’t Just Hurt Tourists

    I am a second home owner in Treasure Cay. I have always enjoyed and respected your editorials on the local scene. I am a huge fan of the Abaconian.

  • 7 July

    Reject the New Fishing Regulations

    I would like to draw your reader's attention to the recently published draft Fisheries Resources Flats Fishing Regulations that are currently out for public comment on the government website. (www.bahamas.gov.bs)

May, 2015

  • 14 May

    Thank You From Don Wood

    On 7th of December I slipped and fell from my two story roof that I was painting, breaking my neck, back, three ribs, puncturing a lung and splitting my spleen.

  • 14 May

    Ignoring Children at Risk

    Dear Editor, I enjoy researching statistics, realizing they do not always present an accurate picture.

April, 2015

  • 30 April

    Bunker C vs Our Health

    I am writing to you today in regards to an article reported on by Dave Ralph in the April 1, 2015 edition of The Abaconian. The article discussed Abaco’s chief councillors and their concerns. I quote the article “The chief councillors are supporting and asking that (Leslie Miller) implement his recent statement that switching BEC’s primary fuel to Bunker C will reduce electric bills by 30 percent.”

  • 30 April

    Thankful to Pathfinders

    In a life filled with adversity, God was always in control. For the past year I have faced several obstacles that served to hinder my pursuit of a higher education. The journey has been difficult, but God has never led me astray; I believe that He indeed has a plan for my life. His favour has manifested in my life in the form of a collegial scholarship granted by Abaco Pathfinders.