Tommy Hilfiger post goes viral after sharing post with plus-size model

 - Fashion - Jan 25 SHARE ON:

Fashion brand Tommy Hilfiger has always been a people’s brand, promoting inclusivity amongst different sectors of international culture and their latest post is a testament of that.

Their latest post features plus-size model Jada Sezer rocking full Tommy Hilfiger apparel and garnered over 120,000 likes within the first four hours.

The comment section blew up with fans praising the brand and the model herself, with Tommy Hilfiger replying some of the comments and highlighting that inclusivity is part of the brand’s DNA.


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Australia goes one week without recording any new COVID-19 cases

 - COVID-19 - Jan 25 SHARE ON:

As of 24 January 2021, Australia had gone one week without registering any new local cases of COVID-19, with only four infections being reported from hotel quarantine in New South Wales and Victoria.

Australia is currently on track with rolling out the Pfizer vaccine from February onwards, despite international shortages, with authorities stating that they have the virus under control in Australia.

Australian Health Minister Greg Hunt stated that the country has “the capacity and the will to lead the world in taking up COVID-19 vaccines”, while health officials stressing that testing rates remain low.


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Hamrun vs. Valletta to be televised as ‘a gift to all Hamrun supporters’

 - Local - Jan 25 SHARE ON:

This portal has been informed by Hamrun Spartans FC Committee members that the Hamrun vs Valletta match will be broadcast on television.

It is reported that the transmission of the match is in collaboration and thanks to JPortelli Projects as ‘a gift to all Hamrun supporters’.

This announcement will surely be welcomed with a sigh of relief from Maltese football fanatics after the dismissal of fans from stadiums due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.


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PM Robert Abela confident that vaccine shortage will not affect Malta

 - COVID-19 - Jan 25 SHARE ON:

Following announcements from pharmaceutical companies Pfizer/BioNTech and AstraZeneca about impending vaccine shortages for member states of the European Union, the Government is in negotiations to ensure that the shortage does not impact Malta.

When asked about the issue by the Times of Malta Prime Minister Robert Abela stated that this is not a particular issue for Malta, highlighting Malta’s proactive nature in the inoculation process, going on to state that he is confident that the shortage will not impact Malta.

The government’s current plan is to achieve herd immunity by summer 2021.


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