Celebrating their innate drive to create, nine esteemed Bahamian artists will be showcasing their works at The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBB) Art Gallery in a show aptly titled “Instinct” – Opening on Thursday, September 18.
Bahamian attorney, human and gender rights activist, filmmaker and acclaimed writer/poet, Marion Bethel, has been awarded the prestigious 11th CARICOM Tri-annual Award for women.
On Sunday, August 3, the most beautiful women from throughout the country will face off in not one, but two competitions to choose the nation’s ambassadors to the Miss World and Miss Universe pageants.
Another body found floating in waters off Potter’s Cay appears to be a murder, disguised as a drowning to stop the murder rate from going up. When will the police get wise to these crimes?
Ridiculously light sentences for serious abuse crimes continue to communicate that we as a country are not serious about addressing violence in general and domestic violence in particular.
As a woman who has carved a niche in Bahamian history, the country’s first female Member of Parliament (MP), Janet Bostwick, on Tuesday admitted her “distress” that women are still discriminated against in the constitution.
Leslie Miller has crossed the line of parliamentary decency and should be made to step down. He has disrespected every Bahamian woman with his sick statement that he beat a former girlfriend to the point where his hand hurt.
We find it absolutely unacceptable and inexcusable that an MP would boldly make statements about abuse enacted against a former partner. It is further injurious to laugh about such a thing and encourage others to do the same.
After tracking 90,000 women for 25 years, researchers in Canada found that those who received regular mammograms did not experience fewer deaths from breast cancer.