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Miss Bahamas contestants speak on self-esteem, proper etiquette and excitement for swimsuit competition

THE MISS Bahamas beauty pageant is back, this time under the theme “Beauty Personified”.

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Dundas Theatre thinks outside the box with 'for coloured girls'

PAIN is universal. It is a force that people try to escape or ignore at all costs.

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Entertainer uncovers new truths in shanty town documentary

IN A twenty-three minute long documentary, Bahamian entertainer Tracy Ann Perpall shines a spotlight on a pressing issue that few people so far have explored in any depth. Earlier this year, Tracy, also known as ‘TAP’, premiered “Roses Part 2”, a short film that deals with domestic violence. The message was also spread through a public service announcement.

Bahamian gender realtions: A jet ski ride (Part I)

By Dr Ian Bethell-Bennett

How to defeat self-sabotage?

By Michelle Miller

Lady's Chamber inspires girls to dream big


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Local scientist dreams of plastic-free Bahamas

A YOUNG Bahamian scientist has two big dreams – to pursue her educational aspirations and to make the Bahamas plastic-free within the next few years.

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“I Am Worth It” – Leadership coach attempts to improve the lives of Bahamian women

THERE is power in refusing not to settle and compromise your value. As a result, inward value produces outward value.

Are you living fearlessly or fearfully?

LIFE is not only about choices but more about activating your power to choose. In particular, having the courage to choose how you will live your life, whether fearlessly or fearfully.

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The power to overcome being overwhelmed

IVING overly stressed, anxious and having a lack of control, leads to being overwhelmed. To get out of feeling overwhelmed is a process.

Bahamian women demanding answers from men

BAHAMIAN women have pressing questions they want to ask men and they are determined to get answers.

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Pure Purpose Network excited for weekend conference

FOR THE third time around, the ladies of the Pure Purpose Network are aiming to inspire change for the better for Bahamian women with their highly anticipated conference.

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Sugar + Spice

ALTHOUGH she has several educational qualifications that can be listed behind her name, Bahamian businesswoman Raeh Williams prefers to be known as an entrepreneur, simply because it is the truest description of who she is professionally.

Breast cancer genetic testing reaches Eleuthera

DURING the month of May, a team from the Bahamas Breast Cancer Initiative Foundation (BBCIF), led by its executive director, Melissa Major, and including genetic counsellor Magan Trottier and BBCIF volunteer Kitiboni Adderley, visited Eleuthera to conduct testing for the BRCA gene which pre-disposes carriers to breast cancer.