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2014/10/31 04:22
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Posters plastered on power poles at Dubbo without permission have attracted the notice of authorities. Posters plastered on power poles at Dubbo without permission have attracted the notice of...
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2014/10/31 04:11
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WE ALL know the old adage - 'you are what you eat'. But did you know that eating well can keep you thinking well too? What we eat affects us more than most people realise. We know our brain needs...
2014/10/31 02:27
2014/10/31 02:27
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University of Queensland researchers are working on a prostate cancer test that is as simple as a pregnancy test. Dr Matthew Roberts, from UQ’s School of Medicine, said he was building on the work of...
2014/10/31 02:17
2014/10/31 02:17
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ON BEHALF of Cancer Council Queensland I would like to thank the many volunteers and supporters who helped us to celebrate Pink Ribbon Day. Thousands of Queenslanders volunteered at more than 200...
2014/10/31 01:34
2014/10/31 01:34
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HARRY Hoffmann held on to take the honours in the Open Bull Ride at the Rockhampton Girls Grammar School Tough Enough to Wear Pink Bulls n Barrels event. A crowd, estimated at 1800, packed the Great...
2014/10/30 13:43
2014/10/30 13:43
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ILLAWARRA woman Nyan Thit Tieu knew when she was being treated for breast cancer that other Asian women in the Illawarra were just as sick. Amina Bello, Nesrin Salem, Nadia Dghaich, Thit Tieu...
2014/10/30 07:29
2014/10/30 07:29
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Bowel cancer is one of Australia's biggest killers, but there are ways you can significantly reduce your risk of the disease. By Brian Johnston. Bowel cancer mightn't be something you think about,...
2014/10/30 07:15
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Leaving a bequest is increasingly popular and not just for those with larger estates. Lifeline director Grahame Gould says leaving books to the organisation can be just as important as money....
2014/10/30 06:05
2014/10/30 06:05
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Only six fines have been issued in the first five months of Perth's city mall smoking ban. Just six smokers have been fined and almost 3000 cautioned – five months after Perth City Council banned...
2014/10/29 20:57
2014/10/29 20:57
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SAWTELLIAN Jennifer Lock has been acknowledged as one of the Mid North Coast's most valued volunteers at the Mid North Coast Volunteer of the Year awards. Jennifer was one of only three finalists in...
2014/10/29 05:11
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CENCER Council Queensland's CancerFREE Challenge wraps up next month and competition is tight in Wide Bay Burnett. CancerFREE Challenge rewards and acknowledges Cancer Council Queensland's most...
2014/10/29 04:41
2014/10/29 04:41
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MORE than 80 students and staff from Goondiwindi High School will lace up and show their support for locals affected by cancer by taking part in Relay For Life on Saturday. Cancer Council Queensland...
2014/10/29 04:26
2014/10/29 04:26
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Western Australia could save $1.3 billion if smoking rate cut, Cancer Council report finds An estimated $1.3 billion could be saved if Western Australia's smoking rate was cut to 4 per cent by 2030,...
2014/10/29 02:07
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Did you know more men die of cancer each year than women? A shocking statistic has revealed that men are 84 per cent more likely than women to die of preventable cancers that are common to both...
2014/10/28 22:11
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GYMPIE Relay For Life participants spent 18 hours walking at the weekend, with remarkable results. More than $100,000 has been tallied so far, with more funds yet to be counted which will continue...
2014/10/28 21:24
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THERE are 14% more women in Warwick with a female-specific cancer compared to the state average. But only about 60km away at Stanthorpe the figures are much less, with the town showing the number of...
2014/10/28 21:13
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Losing siblings was more painful SHE felt isolated and overwhelmed with fear when she was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 1985, but what rocked Ros Newberry was losing two of her siblings to the...
2014/10/28 19:53
2014/10/28 19:53
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A BENDICK Murrell family has been overwhelmed by the support of local people while their husband and father battled cancer, finally succumbing to it on Friday. The Jordan family from Bendick Murrell...
2014/10/28 07:16
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ADVERTISER: Mount Pleasant woman Nyan Thit Tieu knew when she was being treated for breast cancer that other Asian women in the Illawarra were just as sick. Amina Bello, Nesrin Salem, Nadia Dghaich,...
2014/10/28 02:44
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CANOWINDRA: A chance entry into the V for Vivid photography competition run by 702 ABC radio Evening program has won Canowindra resident Carolyn Kohler and her husband a much-needed getaway to Sydney...
2014/10/31 04:22
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