Bahamian singles in need of safe space to talk, reflect and grow

Dating in such a small country as the Bahamas, with its limited number of potential partners, many social ills, and coming out of a pandemic on top of that, can be a real challenge.

The 25-year-old Kylie with her new Hermés Birkin bag

The Kardashian family is once again under fire after mom Kris gifted her youngest daughter Kylie a $100,000 Hermés Birkin handbag for her 25th birthday. (She apparently owns at least 10 other Birkin bags from the French fashion house.) The reality TV stars have often been criticised for their love of the luxury and their lavish lifestyle.

Mixed reactions as Miss Universe announces inclusion of married women and mothers

The Miss Universe Organisation recently made a major adjustment to its pageant structure, announcing that for the first time in their history, they will allow married women and mothers to compete in the international beauty pageant.

Painter turned nail artist finds new outlet for her creativity

At just 19 years old, Shema Darville is growing and glowing as she is steadily checking off goals on her list of things-to -accomplish.

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A Jewel in the kitchen

As a little girl, Jewel White said her mom always kept a little pink step stool in the kitchen for her to stand on and watch her cook.

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Big braid trends for the summer

For the working woman, next to deciding what outfit to wear, finding a hairstyle that is both stylish and low maintenance for everyday wear, and which also offers protection for your tresses, can be quite a challenge.

Summer travel tips with kids

Summer vacation is one of those magical times of year when you can get off the rock and head somewhere fabulous for a much-needed break.

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Four centenarians to be honoured as Anglicans seek to uplift women

Four women who have reached the grand old age of 100 and beyond are being celebrated by the Bahamas Anglican Church Women this month.

A mother to one, daughter to many, and a nurse to all

Kelsha Roberts, a registered nurse at the Princess Margaret Hospital in the Intensive Care Unit, is this week joining her colleagues throughout the country to celebrate National Nurses Week.

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Pioneering community leader honoured after her death

The late Robertha Johnson made history when she became the first female President of the Bahamas Alliance for the Blind and Visually Impaired (BABVI) last year. After taking up the post in April of 2021, she made a difference in the organisation, injecting her passion into various projects, always with a view of seeing more inclusion for people with disabilities and opportunities for their employment and advancement.

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Who’s the boss? Bahamian women in leadership

TODAY, women all around the world are being celebrated for their advancements, achievements and strides they have made. International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women's equality.

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A LOVE STORY WORTH SHARING – Popular motivational speaker to wed Bahamian sports reporter

LISA NICHOLS is one of the world’s most-requested motivational speakers, as well as a media personality and corporate CEO whose global platform has reached nearly 80 million people. From a struggling single mom on public assistance to a millionaire entrepreneur, Lisa’s courage and determination has inspired fans worldwide to discover their own untapped talents and infinite potential.

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Making STEM more feminine – Call for national strategy to address gender gap

FEM STEM Bahamas is one of the local organisations leading the charge in preparing and retaining women in the areas of science, technology engineering and mathematics (STEMS), with the hopes of closing the gap, encouraging diversity, equity and inclusiveness in these important fields.

Five books to inspire female leaders of the future

What better way to celebrate International Woman’s Day than to inspire a new generation of female leaders?

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Bahamian women leading the way regionally and globally

Bahamian women are leading the way amongst women in the region who are making major strides for gender equality, according to Tonni Ann Brodber, representative of the UN Women Multi-Country Office - Caribbean.