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Peach Fuzz Declared Colour Of 2024

Peach Fuzz Declared Colour Of 2024
Dec 12 2023 Share

“Peach Fuzz,” a soft and velvety pinkish-orange hue, has been declared Pantone’s Colour of the Year for 2024. 

Officially designated as “Pantone 13-1023 Peach Fuzz,” this colour is characterised by its gentle and subtly sensual qualities, reflecting a yearning for closeness and connection, as described by Leatrice Eiseman, the executive director of the Pantone Colour Institute. 

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Pantone, renowned for its colour-matching system established in the 1960s, annually selects a Colour of the Year through extensive research conducted by its Colour Institute.

In contrast to the bold choice of “Viva Magenta” in the previous year, Peach Fuzz embodies a more muted tone. This shift is attributed to the current global landscape marked by a tumultuous war and a tense election year. 

The colour experts at Pantone, utilising various sources including movies, art, fashion, and technology, carefully curate the Colour of the Year to reflect the prevailing sentiments and trends.

 

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Peach Fuzz is anticipated to make appearances in diverse products, including rugs, wallpaper, fabric, makeup, and tea, aligning with Pantone’s tradition of influencing design trends. 

Already embraced by celebrities like Taylor Swift and the Rock in the fashion world, Peach Fuzz is perceived as a rediscovered neutral, poised to permeate various facets of our lives and provide a sense of quiet and respite in the face of current challenges.

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Benna Roll Out Festive Branding

Benna Roll Out Festive Branding
Dec 12 2023 Share

It’s that time of year, which means everyone, including our favourite brands, will be jumping into the festive atmosphere. 

This of course includes Benna, who did not shy away from this year’s opportunity and presented us with colourful new cartons of milk.

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With a light green carton featuring a festive red door and another blue carton featuring a cheeky little Santa Claus, the local milk brand will be decorating your refrigerator shelves with some holiday vibes. 

Have you gotten your hands on one yet?

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CPD New Recruits Conduct Intense Rescue Training

CPD New Recruits Conduct Intense Rescue Training
Dec 12 2023 Share

Following the announcement of 67 new recruits joining the Civil Protection Malta forces, the organisation shared the recruits’ continuation of their Trainee Assistance & Rescue Officers training. 

Sharing photos to their social media, Civil Protection Malta showed the next stages of the recruits’ training, seeing them carry out rescue procedures in the likes of Wied Babu.

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This was but week 3 of a total of 24 as the trainees continue to hone their skills and necessary knowledge to be able to save lives all around the island in all sorts of scenarios

Good luck to all!

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Donate Food And More For Animals At Mater Dei Hospital

Donate Food And More For Animals At Mater Dei Hospital
Dec 12 2023 Share

Dr. Lydia Abela, announced the fourth consecutive year of the “Gifts with Love” initiative and, as in past years, the initiative has taken a new spin to the concept. 

Mrs. Abela’s welcomed sports ambassador Jake Vella’s wish to collect food and other related products for animals at Mater Dei Hospital.

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Dr. Abela highlighted the initiative’s start, driven by Jake’s yearning a year ago. She also spoke about the success of “Gifts with Love with a Difference” last year, emphasising the love shown by the Maltese and Gozitans for animals.

Dr. Abela commended Jake for his commitment and dedication to the initiative. She recalled the fulfilment of Jake’s dream a year ago when they first gathered products for animals in the hospital’s ward. 

She expressed joy over the initiative’s success, bringing happiness to both animals and people working in sanctuaries.During a recent visit with the Prime Minister, she mentioned their upcoming visit in December to continue supporting the “Gifts with Love with a Difference” initiative. 

She invited the general public to join them in expressing their altruistic values and giving a voice to those who may not have one.

Dr. Abela urged everyone visiting Mater Dei Hospital during the festive season to contribute by donating animal food or other products, making a real difference through “Gifts with Love with a Difference.”

Jake expressed his gratitude to Mrs. Abela for once again being part of the initiative, encouraging everyone to participate to make it a meaningful Christmas for everyone. The initiative runs until December 21st.

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