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FACE TO FACE: Shaneka’s a role model changing the face – and colour – of the world of women’s beauty

My long time friend and schoolmate Shaneka Neymour has been interested in arts and fashion for as long as I can remember. She has always been creative and different, finding her own way to stand out from the crowd. As a high school comrade, I remember she was inquisitive and fun and, as a woman today, it’s those qualities which have made her a world-renowned designer in hair and beauty.

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Exploring hair colour- L'Oreal Matrix team educates Bahamian stylists -

One of L’Oreal’s leading educators visited to Nassau recently to show Bahamians the latest trends in hair colouring techniques.The ‘Colour Me Matrix’ event was hosted by the Bahamas Supply Agencies at the British Colonial Hilton. Those in attendance

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It’s all about style - and colour

Providing local beauticians direct contact with top educators in the field of cosmetology, the Bahamas Supply Agencies will add to their list of events on Monday, October 16 - with the launch of the Colour Me Matrix Hair Show.

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Pretty in Pink

IT was a celebration of life. Students, staff and faculty of The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution recently converged to “paint the town pink” and more importantly, support breast cancer awareness during its “Pink Wednesday” celebrations.

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Govt Press workers take part in First Aid course

FORTY Government Press workers are participating in a First Aid course at BTVI in an effort to equip themselves with the skills needed to handle the hazards which may arise in their line of work.

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Body of man found hanging in abandoned building

A LIFELESS body of a man was found hanging in an abandoned building at East and Fritz Streets on Friday afternoon.

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Thinking out of the box

EDITOR, The Tribune. We hear so much from the politicians and the Downtown Development Board about their high-flouting plans for the City of Nassau however the worst offenders in messing the city up seem to be government. Who did the years-old tree on t

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Cruisin’ into Islands of the World Fashion Showcase

PLANS for the sixth edition of the award-winning Islands of the World Fashion Showcase are in high gear, and fashion lovers everywhere are being encouraged to visit the Bahamas for this highly anticipated event.

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Robots showcased by China

BEIJING – The Canbot can say its name, respond to voice commands, and “dance” as it plays Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean.” Other robots China is displaying at the World Robot Conference can play badminton, sand cell phone cases and sort computer chips.

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Welcome to 'Kingdom Come'

FOR THE sixth time around the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas (NAGB) has brought art enthusiasts a world class national exhibition.

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Big T Fashion Report: Hits and misses at Hollywood gala

While the mere mortals amongst us were dressing up as Miley Cyrus or a Roaring 20s diva for our Halloween parties last Saturday, Hollywood’s finest got dressed to the nines to honour film director Martin Scorsese and British artist David Hockney at the annual LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) Art + Film Gala).

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Lifelike robots made in Hong Kong meant to win over humans

HONG KONG (AP) — David Hanson envisions a future in which AI-powered robots evolve to become “super-intelligent genius machines” that might help solve some of mankind’s most challenging problems.

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DIANE PHILLIPS: Leave our debt for another day - we need to spend to fight off climate change

Like most folks, I hate to owe anything to anybody. I feel a sense of supreme satisfaction paying off a credit card. I even enjoy paying bills (except BPL which infuriates me), but as I said, knowing that I’m momentarily debt-free and what I earn is what I get to keep - at least until the next bill comes along - provides a good-all-over feeling.