• Forest Fires Plague Central Abaco

    Forest Fires Plague Central Abaco

    The Marsh Harbour Volunteer Fire and Rescue (MHVFR) service has been busy protecting properties over the last few weeks from several forest fires that have threatened homes, farms and utility poles among other things....

  • Man-O-War Luau Features Limbo, Fun and Food at MOW Marina

    Man-O-War Luau Features Limbo, Fun and Food at MOW Marina

    The Man-O-War Luau was held on March 28 at the Man-O-War Marina and was hosted by MOWY Fitness, an organization on the Cay designed to help promote physical fitness with youth and adults....

  • Abaco’s CARIFTA Swimmer Returns from Successful Competition

    Abaco’s CARIFTA Swimmer Returns from Successful Competition

    It was an emotional return for thirteen-year-old Jewel Pinder as she was greeted at the Leonard Thompson International Airport by dozens of friends and family cheering the success she and the Bahamas Swim Team enjoyed in winning the second CARIFTA Swimming Championship in as many years....

  • 25th Annual Homer Lowe Memorial Regatta Held April 11 & 12

    25th Annual Homer Lowe Memorial Regatta Held April 11 & 12

    Since 1991, The Marsh Harbour Sailing Club has been holding a regatta in memory of Mr. Homer Lowe. Mr. Lowe raced in many events over the years with the MHSC....

News

  • Forest Fires Plague Central Abaco

    The Marsh Harbour Volunteer Fire and Rescue (MHVFR) service has been busy protecting properties over the last few weeks from several forest fires that have threatened homes, farms and utility poles am...

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  • Guana Clean Up

    On April 11, Great Guana Cay had an island wide clean up organized by local government representative Glenn Laing, along with a small committee including Donna Sands, Jim and Kathy Alderman, and Lisa ...

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  • Boat Thefts Alarm Residents

    Boat Owners and residents are expressing concerns about the unusually high amount of boat thefts occurring this year in the area of Abaco and the Northern Bahamas in general....

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  • Crossing Beach Project Restores Area

    The Marsh Harbour/Spring City Town Committee has completed a project to restore and enhance the Crossing Beach area providing a nicer environment for locals and visitors....

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  • Solar System to Power Friends’ Frank Kenyon Research Centre

    The grand opening of Friends of the Environment’s Frank Kenyon Centre for Research, Education and Conservation will take place on April 30. As construction continues, the anticipation mounts as FRIE...

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  • Entrepreneur Report: April 15, 2015

    Abaco Snack Shop is the place to shop for all your retail and wholesale “fun n affordable snacks.” Located in the Abaco Island Pharmacy Building next to Every Child Counts, customers can choose fr...

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  • New Water Taxi for Crown Haven

    Abaconians flocked to the Government Dock in Crown Haven to welcome the new ferry service in to Freeport....

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  • Abaco Agricultural Project Opened

    Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC) Chairman Dion Smith travelled to Abaco to formally launch the Abaco Agricultural Project with a groundbreaking ceremony at the site just off the ...

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  • Abaco Waste Sees Potential for Growth

    When a friend suggested the idea, it got the wheels turning for Timothy Oswald Roberts to consider investing in garbage; more specifically trying to help keep the island clean and pristine....

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  • Hope Town Hideaways Announces New Agent

    Hope Town Hideaways is pleased to announce that Kristina Malone is the newest member of their expert Real Estate team. Kristina is from Hope Town, Abaco, which will equip her well to offer her clients...

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Opinion

  • Gaming Licenses

    I wish to refer to the Business Section of the Nassau Guardian of April 8th entitled “Nine Companies Apply for Gaming Licenses” and wish to share with your readers some statistics I researched fro...

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  • From the Editor's Desk: Burning

    Abaco has three main seasons. “Winter,” “Summer” and “Forest Fire.” I think you can guess which we are in now. I’m not going to speculate about what, or who, lit our most current blaze; ...

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  • Bunker C Revisited

    I was shocked to read Minister Leslie Miller's statement that switching BEC’s primary fuel from diesel to HFO (Bunker C) would reduce electricity bills by 30%, shocked because the statement fails to...

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  • BEC & Bunker C

    I was astonished to read in the April 1st Abaconian that the Chief Councillors were “writing Minister Leslie Miller...asking that he implement his recent statement that switching BEC's primary fuel ...

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  • Trash is a Hazard, Marsh Harbour Run Down  

    I would like to bring to your attention the unattractive- appearance of down-town Marsh Harbour with respect to the garbage which is thrown on the street and around the Union Jack Dock, and the unauth...

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