“A young couple moved into a new neighbourhood. The next morning while they were eating breakfast the young woman saw a neighbour hanging the washing outside . . .
FERRICE Kemp was one of many volunteers who were quick to answer the call for people to help lift, unbox and package items to bring relief to those devastated by Hurricane Dorian.
“Women in need, need bras too” is the motto the Cheeky Apparel Boutique is following for its current bra drive as part of Hurricane Dorian relief efforts.
“Stop worrying, it may never happen.” How many times have you heard those words? Probably often enough that you don’t really take them in any more but how true they are and, if you are the type of person who worries endlessly about all kinds of different things, you really need to take that phrase to heart.
Being a mother is a full-time job, one with barely any breaks in between. On a daily basis, many mothers manage the life of their kids and families only to be completely burnt out at the end of the day because they neglected their own personal needs.
To help provide Bahamian women with a brief escape from the heartbreak caused by Dorian Hurricane, or just from their daily stress, Fusion Superplex is hosting its second themed ladies' night event this week.
Ambrosine Mitchell has made it her mission to help Bahamians shine in the workplace
We all have them, blind spots. Things we can’t or don’t want to see. In some instances when we “turn a blind eye”, we are doing this consciously, out of love, out of fear, out of laziness or unwillingness to deal with situations, behaviour or character flaws.
As Bahamians are still reeling from the devastating effects of Hurricane Dorian, children are leading the way in the relief efforts.From the picture of a little girl who opened a lemonade stand to raise money for storm victim that went viral, to kids
How to safeguard against crisis and rebuild after tragedy will be the focus of this Saturday’s “Business Beyond Borders Brunch” hosted by entrepreneur Simmone Bowe.Scheduled for 10am at the British Colonial Hilton, the event was initially going to h
The headline, a phrase you probably heard more than once growing up, has never been more meaningful than now in the catastrophic wake of Hurricane Dorian. So many residents and international individuals, groups and agencies are doing just that – acti
When tragedy strikes you realise how fragile life is, regardless of your age, social standing, or wealth. During these traumatic times our differences can seem so minuscule in comparison to the bigger picture of life. In walking through your challeng
Young Naomi Zamy’s vocal talents have captured the attention of the UK-registered indie record company Savage 100. To show their appreciation, the music label is giving the seventh grader a full scholarship to attend the Bahamas’ new Boost Academy fo
Feminine hygiene products drive today at Elizabeth Estates Library
Though the extent of devastation and the number of people displaced has yet to be determined, private citizens are already organising fundraising initiatives to bring immediate relief to those impacted by the catastrophic Hurricane Dorian.
Erin Brown’s dream of competing in the 2020 Summer Paralympic Games in Tokyo, Japan is so close to becoming a reality that she can already envision carrying the Bahamian flag in an international arena.