Student overcomes multiple hardships striving for a better life
All of the money Timiesha Knowles made and diligently savedfrom workingmultiple jobs just so she could fund her tertiary education has been sacrificed to keep her mother and family afloat, who were devastated by Hurricane Dorian and have now been left facing financial strains due the COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s definitely beginning to look a lot like Christmas. But before we get to that special time of the year, we have to get through the holidays of a shopaholic’s dream - Thanksgiving and the Black Friday and their sales.
Grand Bahama businesswoman Ysa Valdes is expanding her business communications empire, with an online television channel, and has taken her brand to two additional islands - Abaco and Bimini.
More and more Black women around the world, including here in the Bahamas, have been embracing their natural hair, especially now during the coronavirus pandemic.
Being the disadvantaged sex since the beginning of time, there has always been this notion that women should always support each other in a some sort of universal bond of sisterhood.
JUST like a fingerprint, Christina Nonorme says each and every one of her sculptures is unique.
HAVING made good on her escape from an abusive relationship, nurse Jemeica Freckleton has chronicled her experience in a new book in hopes that her triumph will help other women facing a similar “hell”.
As American Democrats celebrate the historic election of Kamala Harris as their first female vice president, here at home Bahamian women are reflecting on the possibility of having a female prime minister one day.
THE Friends of The Library Committee, Eleuthera, is stepping up to be friends for the community during the pandemic.
Standing against the recent spike in domestic violence incidences in the country, the Zonta Club of New Providence is readying to launch a campaign to “Stop Violence against Women, Girls and Children”.
The Rotary Clubs of The Bahamas are joining forces in an effort to end domestic violence.
NICOLE Lightbourn, who featured in Tribune Woman last week and who has been on a quest to find her biological mother, will sadly never have that reunion she has dreamt of all her life. After going public with her story about being adopted, Nicole learnt her birth mother Laurie Brennen passed away in 2006.
HOPING to have the same good fortune as his sister Nicole Lightbourne who was able to find her biological family, adopted brother Nathan Lightbourn is now on the same journey as his sister.
SINCE the recent grand opening of the “Hair Granted Beauty Supply Store” in Toronto, Canada, Bahamian owner Zhorrah Grant said the response she is receiving from Bahamians is amazing.
With 7pm weekly curfews and the food stores closed on weekends, it is harder than ever to figure out that never-ending question of what’s for dinner.