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Belles of the Ball – Scotia Wealth Management’s 65th anniversary gala ball

Members of Nassau’s banking community turned out in all of their finery as Scotia Wealth Management celebrated it’s 65th anniversary with a gala ball at Baha Mar last Saturday.

Baha-Retreat Spa celebrating Spa Week 2023

Wednesday, 25th October, 2023.

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Gardeners celebrate the Beauty of 50

FOUR of the country’s largest garden clubs will combine their talents for a special showcase to commemorate the country’s fifth anniversary of Independence.

Bare Naked Advice – Ask Maggie and get answers: Password privacy vs secrecy

Relationship and intimacy specialist Maggie Bain – also known as the Bare Naked Coach – has returned to the Bahamas to help local couples repair their relationships. She will be answering questions which she has received for Tribune Woman in the hopes of helping individuals with similar romantic problems.

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Psychotherapist seeks to help Bahamians dealing with climate related trauma

As we approach the fourth anniversary of Hurricane Dorian – which devastated both Abaco and Grand Bahama – a Bahamian woman wants to use her expertise to address climate change in conjunction with mental health.

Female performers calling out disturbing new concert trend

FEMALE entertainers are hitting back at unruly fans, after several performers were pelted with items thrown on stage during their sets.

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A HEARTFELT FAREWELL TO THE 'DIVINE LADY’: Gospel artist and journalist Vanessa Clarke dies age 48

The Bahamian gospel and media communities are mourning the death of award-winning singer and journalist Vanessa Clarke. Vanessa, who was known as the “Divine Lady” for her singing, died this past weekend after bat- tling a degenerative neurological disorder for many years. She was 48 years old. She is survived her husband Volare and two young daughters, V’ajha and V’lori.

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Female leaders show the way forward in digital age

BAF International Women’s Day brunch to feature successful women from various sectors

UPLIFTING stories of women who have broken barriers in their respective fields, sound advice for navigating womanhood in this digital age, and a greater awareness of gender equality is what tomorrow’s International Women’s Day brunch will offer.

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Celebrating the emergence of women on the world stage

As the world celebrates International Women’s Day tomorrow, life and wellness coach Katherine Coakley said she would like to share an importance message with Bahamians: that now is the time for the “emergence of women”.

WOW – The Wisdom of Older Women – Who said what?

As a writer, author and lover of words and the nuances of language, I was shocked, as many have been in the last few days, to read that Puffin, the English publisher of Penguin Random House has made hundreds of changes to the text of Roald Dahl’s books: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Witches, James & The Giant Peach, and others, having deemed many of his words inappropriate.

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Ark encounter: Animal clinic for your pets

Since her early childhood, Dr Italia Sands has enjoyed nurturing animals. She also owned several pets while in elementary and secondary school.

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Bahamian woman helps lead Caribbean students to success

A Bahamian woman, Raylene Shelly Gardiner, has the honour and privilege of serving as president of the University of the West Indies (UWI) Open Campus Post Graduate Regional Guild. She represents hundreds of people from throughout the Caribbean who have had the opportunity of improving their education through UWI Open Campus.

What is on your bucket list for 2023?

THE calendar for 2023 is wide open for most people who are anticipating what the new year will bring. Others though, are all for curating experiences and having a blast while doing it.

Maybe just don’t set yourself up to fail

IT’S a new year and with it comes thoughts of resolutions and being all you can be.

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Getting glam for the holidays

If there is ever a time to “get fix up”, like Bahamians say, the Christmas season is it.

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