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Teletubbies Sun Is Now Pregnant With Her Own Baby

Teletubbies Sun Is Now Pregnant With Her Own Baby
Oct 12 2023 Share

Jess Smith, the original Sun Baby from the beloved children’s TV show Teletubbies, is expecting her first child, as revealed through ultrasound photos shared on Instagram. 

 

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Having portrayed the iconic sunshine face from 1997 to 2001, Jess, now in her mid-twenties, is embarking on a new chapter.

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Her announcement garnered an outpouring of congratulations from fans, with many expressing excitement over the “teletubbies baby” having a baby of her own. She was discovered while being weighed at a hospital, catching the attention of the show’s producer seeking cheerful infants.

Despite the widespread recognition she gained from the show, Jess chose to lead a private life away from fame. She now works for a security company, overseeing administrative tasks. Looking ahead, she envisions exploring different parts of the world before settling down and starting a family.

 

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Jess had previously gone viral after she held the next Sun Baby for a Teletubbies reboot. This was misreported, with many thinking this child was hers. 

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Protest Supporting Palestine In Msida On Saturday

Protest Supporting Palestine In Msida On Saturday
Oct 12 2023 Share

The Arabic Culture Information Society (ACIS) will be organising a demonstration to ‘protest the indiscriminate bombardment and unlawful siege of civilians in the Gaza Strip’.

‘Many lives will be lost if the international community remains silent especially after the blockage of supply of water, electricity, fuel, food and medical supplies’, the ACIS explained in a statement. 

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The protest is scheduled for Saturday 14th October 2023, in Msida in front of the Church at 14:00hrs. 

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Maltese Band Touring In Israel Make It Back Home Safely

Maltese Band Touring In Israel Make It Back Home Safely
Oct 12 2023 Share

A local metal band have made it back home to Malta after they were caught in the midst of the Israel-Palestine war breaking out. 

Damaged & Co., posted to to social media assuring their friends and followers that they have safely landed back on the island, thanking Malta’s Ambassador to Israel for her constant support and aid. 

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‘Our journey started on an excellent note with the event at the Wunderbar Club, Haifa.  We immensely enjoyed our time there with Proxy , ZedDestructive and a very warm crowd.  The management and staff of the club were the perfect hosts.’

The band detailed their other experiences, explaining how some of their remaining gigs had to be cancelled due to the situation. 

The band sent their thoughts to their friends in the country. ‘Our thoughts remain with our friends who are still caught in the conflict.  Our plight might be over but theirs is ongoing.  May this conflict be resolved in the shortest time possible so that no more blood is spilled.’

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Over 800,000 Passengers Through Malta Airport In September

Over 800,000 Passengers Through Malta Airport In September
Oct 12 2023 Share

In September, Malta International Airport marked its third consecutive month with over 800,000 passengers. The total passenger movements for the month reached 812,176, showing a 6.5% increase from 2019.

This growth was supported by a 3.0% rise in seat capacity compared to 2019. Despite this, the monthly seat load factor (SLF) remained robust at 89.2%, indicating sustained travel demand.

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The top five markets followed familiar patterns, with Italy leading, trailed by the United Kingdom, Germany, France, and Spain. Together, these markets represented 66% of September’s total traffic.

Italy and France experienced substantial growth of 48.7% and 46.4% respectively compared to 2019. However, the United Kingdom (-19.1%) and Germany (-23.8%) faced declines, while Spain saw a marginal drop of 0.1%.

As October marks the final month of summer for the aviation industry, Malta International Airport has unveiled its winter flight schedule. The schedule includes direct flights to 30 different markets. Additionally, already-popular routes like Vienna, Marseille, Edinburgh, Warsaw, and Zagreb will see increased flight frequencies.

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