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Melania’s twelve days of love

ELEVEN-year-old Melania Nixon is embarking on a mission to show “12 Days of Love and Gratitude” bringing holiday cheer to those she comes into contact.

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LIFE LINES: ‘What’s Your Poison?’

Addictions or habits - we all have them to a greater or lesser degree.

The Jewel Of Atlantis

A NEW pageant is headed to the islands of The Bahamas in 2020 and is slated to offer a weekend of exciting events.

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Moms conquer festive stress

There is a lot of joy in the air during the holiday season, but also a lot pressure – the pressure to make Christmas memorable for the entire family can bring out the Grinch in even the most cheerful mom.

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Make weddings unique again

When Gina Sands-Brooks started planning for her dream wedding in 2016 she quickly became frustrated with the limited options when it came décor and other choices.

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Zonta leads the charge in fight to end violence against women

The Bahamas government has made a commitment to end gender-based violence in the country by 2030.

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High percentage of Bahamians ‘tolerant’ of abuse of women

Alarming gender-based violence statistics revealed

The Bahamas ranks third highest for being tolerant of the abuse of women, according to a recent survey conducted throughout the Caribbean.

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Leaving an abusive relationship: Exit plan is vital

Yesterday officially launched the start of the “16 Days of Activism to End Violence Against Women and Girls.”

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Upcoming forum promotes women making ‘money moves’ in 2020

As the world prepares to enter a new decade, the Whole Woman Network is ready to help women acquire the financial tools they need to make 2020 a year of success.

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LIFE LINES: Be more than, not less

Why are we allowing the fashion, cosmetic, advertising and media industries to continue promoting youthfulness, as if that stage of life it is the only one that matters?

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Miss Bahamas Teenager makes pageant history in Mexico

Seventeen-year-old Amani Stuart has done what many Bahamian beauty queens can only dream of: placing in the top three of an international pageant.The reigning Miss Bahamas Teenager won not only the judges’ hearts, but also the admiration of her fello

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International spotlight on 'skin care from paradise'

She may have started out small in a small country, but Indira Weech has seen her skin care products make an impact far beyond these Bahamian shores after being highlighted on ABC's "Good Morning America".

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Carrying on Mama Jo's 'tuck shop' legacy

Those among us grew up “back in the day” may remember visiting a convenience store or “tuck shop”, as Bahamians would say, every day on the way home from school to purchase sweetened ice cups.After school, these tuck shops would be places where frien

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LIFE LINES: Achieving genuine happiness

From time to time we are asked if we are happy and I wonder how many of us can genuinely state that we are authentically happy?Society, corporations and the media send us messages and myths about to how to achieve this state, assuring us that if we b

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Hats off to designer whose work captured international media attention

A hat made in the colours of the Bahamian flag by designer Gerty O’Brien stood out in the crowd at the famous Kentucky Derby in May this year, drawing the attention of an NBC reporter who quizzed the wearer about its origins.Next to the actual horse

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