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Daily Liberal
Having a ball bringing about reconciliationIF AUNTY Pat Doolan has her way, the Aboriginal Education Consultative Group (A
Having a ball bringing about reconciliation
Daily Liberal / Posted 10 hours ago
IF AUNTY Pat Doolan has her way, the Aboriginal Education Consultative Group (AECG) ball next week will speak volumes about the spirit of reconciliation in Dubbo and surrounding communities. IF AUNTY Pat Doolan has her way, the Aboriginal Education... Read more
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News Mail
Bunches of hope for a future free from cancerDAFFODIL day was a huge success for Cancer Council Queensland this year. Frida
Bunches of hope for a future free from cancer
News Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
DAFFODIL day was a huge success for Cancer Council Queensland this year. Friday, August 28, was Daffodil Day and the dedicated team of volunteers spent Friday selling flowers and other fantastic items. Volunteer Bev Santacaterina said the... Read more
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Queensland Times
Make call for prostate cancer supportIPSWICH residents impacted by prostate cancer are urged to reach out for suppor
Make call for prostate cancer support
Queensland Times / Posted 11 hours ago
IPSWICH residents impacted by prostate cancer are urged to reach out for support on September 9, when Cancer Council hosts its annual prostate cancer call-in day. The 13 11 20 call-in coincides with Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in... Read more
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News Mail
Champions recognised at award ceremonyFOR Donna Habermann, helping others has always come as second nature. The Bund
Champions recognised at award ceremony
News Mail / Posted yesterday
FOR Donna Habermann, helping others has always come as second nature. The Bundaberg woman, who lost her first husband to Leukaemia in 2004, has spent years fundraising for the Leukaemia Foundation and Cancer Council, and her efforts have not gone... Read more
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The North West Star
Letters to the editorSee what our readers are saying, this September 3rd. Students take different p
Letters to the editor
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
See what our readers are saying, this September 3rd. Students take different pathways to university I wish to provide perspective to the article Teens ditch QCS published Tuesday 1st of September. The article referred to a drop in numbers of... Read more
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News Mail
Cancer Council to host annual prostate cancer call-in day.QUEENSLANDERS affected by prostate cancer are urged to reach out for support on
Cancer Council to host annual prostate cancer call-in day.
News Mail / Posted yesterday
QUEENSLANDERS affected by prostate cancer are urged to reach out for support on Wednesday September 9, when Cancer Council hosts its annual prostate cancer call-in day. The 13 11 20 call-in coincides with Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in... Read more
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The Young Witness
Parramatta news in briefAustralia's most prominent health experts came together at Westmead Hospital la
Parramatta news in brief
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
Australia's most prominent health experts came together at Westmead Hospital last week for a three-day Hospital Week celebration. Final year medical students Mona Liu and Harry Constantin test their practical skills ahead of showcase of their skills... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Smokers to stub out after yet another tax hikeTOOWOOMBA smokers will now pay up to $3.05 more for a packet of cigarettes, wit
Smokers to stub out after yet another tax hike
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
TOOWOOMBA smokers will now pay up to $3.05 more for a packet of cigarettes, with the price of a single cigarette rising to more than $1 for some brands. The latest national tobacco tax excise increase of 12.5 per cent, effective yesterday, will see... Read more
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Queensland Times
Smokers to stub out after yet another tax hikeTOOWOOMBA smokers will now pay up to $3.05 more for a packet of cigarettes, wit
Smokers to stub out after yet another tax hike
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
TOOWOOMBA smokers will now pay up to $3.05 more for a packet of cigarettes, with the price of a single cigarette rising to more than $1 for some brands. The latest national tobacco tax excise increase of 12.5 per cent, effective yesterday, will see... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Forum supports locals affected by prostate cancerTHE most common cancer affecting Australian men will be the focus of a free edu
Forum supports locals affected by prostate cancer
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
THE most common cancer affecting Australian men will be the focus of a free education and support forum organised by Cancer Council Queensland in light of Prostate Cancer Awareness month. Understanding Prostate Cancer will be held on Saturday... Read more
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Queensland Times
Forum supports locals affected by prostate cancerTHE most common cancer affecting Australian men will be the focus of a free edu
Forum supports locals affected by prostate cancer
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
THE most common cancer affecting Australian men will be the focus of a free education and support forum organised by Cancer Council Queensland in light of Prostate Cancer Awareness month. Understanding Prostate Cancer will be held on Saturday... Read more
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The Star
Ministry: Selangor should adopt law on mandatory waste separationSERDANG: Selangor should adopt the law on mandatory waste separation for househ
Ministry: Selangor should adopt law on mandatory waste separation
The Star / Posted 2 days ago
SERDANG: Selangor should adopt the law on mandatory waste separation for households as it is already facing a garbage disposal crisis, said Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government Ministry. Its minister Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan said Selangor... Read more
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Queensland Times
Ipswich shoppers help fight cancerTHIS year marks the 20th anniversary of Coles partnering with Cancer Council Qu
Ipswich shoppers help fight cancer
Queensland Times / Posted 3 days ago
THIS year marks the 20th anniversary of Coles partnering with Cancer Council Queensland to help support those affected by cancer and fund vital research into the disease. Coles State General Manager, Paul Bradshaw, said thanks to the generosity of... Read more
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The Courier
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breachesHungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times mo
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breaches
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times more than the previous year, prompting public health advocates to slam the code as ineffective. Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breachesHungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times mo
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breaches
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 days ago
Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times more than the previous year, prompting public health advocates to slam the code as ineffective. Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times... Read more
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The Young Witness
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breachesHungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times mo
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breaches
The Young Witness / Posted 3 days ago
Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times more than the previous year, prompting public health advocates to slam the code as ineffective. Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times... Read more
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Western Advocate
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breachesHungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times mo
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breaches
Western Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times more than the previous year, prompting public health advocates to slam the code as ineffective. Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breachesHungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times mo
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breaches
Kiama Independent / Posted 3 days ago
Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times more than the previous year, prompting public health advocates to slam the code as ineffective. Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times... Read more
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Manning River Times
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breachesHungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times mo
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breaches
Manning River Times / Posted 3 days ago
Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times more than the previous year, prompting public health advocates to slam the code as ineffective. Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breachesHungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times mo
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breaches
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 3 days ago
Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times more than the previous year, prompting public health advocates to slam the code as ineffective. Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
New tax on tobacco will drive smokers to quitQUEENSLAND smokers will pay up to $3.05 more for a packet of cigarettes from to
New tax on tobacco will drive smokers to quit
The Daily Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
QUEENSLAND smokers will pay up to $3.05 more for a packet of cigarettes from today, with the price of a single cigarette rising to more than $1 for some brands. The latest national tobacco tax excise increase of 12.5%, effective today, will see... Read more
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The North West Star
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breachesHungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times mo
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breaches
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times more than the previous year, prompting public health advocates to slam the code as ineffective. Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breachesHungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times mo
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breaches
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times more than the previous year, prompting public health advocates to slam the code as ineffective. Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times... Read more
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The Border Mail
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breachesHungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times mo
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breaches
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times more than the previous year, prompting public health advocates to slam the code as ineffective. Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breachesHungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code the highest number of
Hungry Jack's triples its number of children's food advertising code breaches
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code the highest number of times in 2014. Photo: Wayne Taylor Hungry Jack's breached a children's food advertising code nearly three times more than the previous year, prompting public health... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
New tax on tobacco will drive smokers to quitQUEENSLAND smokers will pay up to $3.05 more for a packet of cigarettes from to
New tax on tobacco will drive smokers to quit
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 3 days ago
QUEENSLAND smokers will pay up to $3.05 more for a packet of cigarettes from today, with the price of a single cigarette rising to more than $1 for some brands. The latest national tobacco tax excise increase of 12.5%, effective today, will see... Read more
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News Mail
New tax on tobacco will drive smokers to quitQUEENSLAND smokers will pay up to $3.05 more for a packet of cigarettes from to
New tax on tobacco will drive smokers to quit
News Mail / Posted 3 days ago
QUEENSLAND smokers will pay up to $3.05 more for a packet of cigarettes from today, with the price of a single cigarette rising to more than $1 for some brands. The latest national tobacco tax excise increase of 12.5%, effective today, will see... Read more
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News Mail
New tax on tobacco will drive smokers to quitQUEENSLAND smokers will pay up to $3.05 more for a packet of cigarettes from to
New tax on tobacco will drive smokers to quit
News Mail / Posted 3 days ago
QUEENSLAND smokers will pay up to $3.05 more for a packet of cigarettes from today, with the price of a single cigarette rising to more than $1 for some brands. The latest national tobacco tax excise increase of 12.5 per cent, effective today, will... Read more
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Queensland Times
Smokers slugged extra as of today due to excise increaseCIGARETTES were already expensive, but as of today they will cost even more. T
Smokers slugged extra as of today due to excise increase
Queensland Times / Posted 3 days ago
CIGARETTES were already expensive, but as of today they will cost even more. The national tobacco tax excise increased by 12.5 % today and will see smokers pay an extra $1.52 for a pack of 25 and $3.05 for a pack of 50. It is part of a push to... Read more
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Queensland Times
Cigarettes to cost a dollar each with new price hikeSMOKING has just got a whole lot more expensive. Queensland smokers will pay u
Cigarettes to cost a dollar each with new price hike
Queensland Times / Posted 3 days ago
SMOKING has just got a whole lot more expensive. Queensland smokers will pay up to $3.05 more for a packet of cigarettes from today, with the price of a single cigarette rising to more than $1 for some brands. The latest national tobacco tax excise... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Queensland smokers to pay extra $3.05 per packet from todayQUEENSLAND smokers will pay up to $3.05 more for a packet of cigarettes from to
Queensland smokers to pay extra $3.05 per packet from today
The Daily Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
QUEENSLAND smokers will pay up to $3.05 more for a packet of cigarettes from today, with the price of a single cigarette rising to more than $1 for some brands. The latest national tobacco tax excise increase of 12.5 per cent, effective today, will... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Queensland smokers to pay extra $3.05 per packet from todayQUEENSLAND smokers will pay up to $3.05 more for a packet of cigarettes from to
Queensland smokers to pay extra $3.05 per packet from today
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 3 days ago
QUEENSLAND smokers will pay up to $3.05 more for a packet of cigarettes from today, with the price of a single cigarette rising to more than $1 for some brands. The latest national tobacco tax excise increase of 12.5 per cent, effective today, will... Read more
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News Mail
Queensland smokers to pay extra $3.05 per packet from todayQUEENSLAND smokers will pay up to $3.05 more for a packet of cigarettes from to
Queensland smokers to pay extra $3.05 per packet from today
News Mail / Posted 3 days ago
QUEENSLAND smokers will pay up to $3.05 more for a packet of cigarettes from today, with the price of a single cigarette rising to more than $1 for some brands. The latest national tobacco tax excise increase of 12.5 per cent, effective today, will... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Relay for Life takes shortcut for mumKeiraville Public students Tyler, Delilah and Jamison Connor wore their superhe
Relay for Life takes shortcut for mum
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
Keiraville Public students Tyler, Delilah and Jamison Connor wore their superhero costumes for the school's mini Relay for Life - but they reckon their mum Tracey is the real hero. Jamison, Tyler and Delilah Connor take part in a mini Relay For Life... Read more
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Queensland Times
Daffodil Day tally under waySTAFF at Cancer Council Queensland are busy tallying the funds raised on Daffod
Daffodil Day tally under way
Queensland Times / Posted 4 days ago
STAFF at Cancer Council Queensland are busy tallying the funds raised on Daffodil Day last week and hope the contributions made by Ipswich residents will help the organisation reach its $1.7 million goal. Cancer Council Queensland spokesperson Katie... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Noel lights many livesSHELLHARBOUR’S Noel Dare has achieved a $100,000 fundraising milestone for the
Noel lights many lives
Kiama Independent / Posted 4 days ago
SHELLHARBOUR’S Noel Dare has achieved a $100,000 fundraising milestone for the Cancer Council’s Daffodil Day and he has just one message for the community – thank you. Michael Cannon from the Cancer Council with Noel Dare who has raised more than... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Patient travel subsidy scheme boostedTRAVEL and accommodation costs for rural patients going to cities for medical t
Patient travel subsidy scheme boosted
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
TRAVEL and accommodation costs for rural patients going to cities for medical treatment will soon be cheaper, with subsidy rates increasing from tomorrow. TRAVEL and accommodation costs for rural patients going to cities for medical treatment will... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Blonde locks to go in support of friendAlex Woods didn't mean to raise $14,645 in seven days. Alex Woods didn't mean
Blonde locks to go in support of friend
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
Alex Woods didn't mean to raise $14,645 in seven days. Alex Woods didn't mean to raise $14,645 in seven days when she announced she was shaving her head at an Australia Day fund-raiser. Instead, she was just trying to support best friend Renae Van... Read more
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The Age
Cancer risks for age and gender revealedPeople will be able to find out for the first time what their risk of developin
Cancer risks for age and gender revealed
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
People will be able to find out for the first time what their risk of developing cancer is based on their age and gender after a ground-breaking study. The report, which is an Australian first, reveals the risks for men and women 40 and older of the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Cancer study: Breakthrough reveals risks based on age, genderPeople will be able to find out for the first time what their risk of developin
Cancer study: Breakthrough reveals risks based on age, gender
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
People will be able to find out for the first time what their risk of developing cancer is based on their age and gender, after a ground-breaking study. People will be able to find out for the first time what their risk of developing cancer is based... Read more
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Manning River Times
Cancer study: Breakthrough reveals risks based on age, genderPeople will be able to find out for the first time what their risk of developin
Cancer study: Breakthrough reveals risks based on age, gender
Manning River Times / Posted 5 days ago
People will be able to find out for the first time what their risk of developing cancer is based on their age and gender, after a ground-breaking study. People will be able to find out for the first time what their risk of developing cancer is based... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Cancer study: Breakthrough reveals risks based on age, genderPeople will be able to find out for the first time what their risk of developin
Cancer study: Breakthrough reveals risks based on age, gender
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 5 days ago
People will be able to find out for the first time what their risk of developing cancer is based on their age and gender, after a ground-breaking study. People will be able to find out for the first time what their risk of developing cancer is based... Read more
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The North West Star
Cancer study: Breakthrough reveals risks based on age, genderPeople will be able to find out for the first time what their risk of developin
Cancer study: Breakthrough reveals risks based on age, gender
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
People will be able to find out for the first time what their risk of developing cancer is based on their age and gender, after a ground-breaking study. People will be able to find out for the first time what their risk of developing cancer is based... Read more
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Football Australia
FFA Cup charity hero Shane Rexhepi's inspiring storyThe defender was spurred into action after the passing of his much-loved Father
FFA Cup charity hero Shane Rexhepi's inspiring story
Football Australia / Posted 6 days ago
The defender was spurred into action after the passing of his much-loved Father Zenel in August 2014. Since then, after setting up his own website sr13appeal.org the 28-year-old has raised almost $20,000 for cancer charities with the help of Hume... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
World's first pop-up charity shop opens in MelbourneImpact Giving: Pop-up philanthropy shop aims to change the way Australians enga
World's first pop-up charity shop opens in Melbourne
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
Impact Giving: Pop-up philanthropy shop aims to change the way Australians engage with charities Five charities have come together to launch what is billed as a world-first — a "pop-up" philanthropy shop where potential donors can learn about the... Read more
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The Courier
The week in pictures | August 29, 2015MAITLAND: Lyvia Pozywio with school friends who have joined the #laceitup campa
The week in pictures | August 29, 2015
The Courier / Posted 6 days ago
MAITLAND: Lyvia Pozywio with school friends who have joined the #laceitup campaign which serves as a daily reminder that, for some, shoes are a luxury and there are thousands of young people battling street life every day. Picture: CAth Bowen. BEGA:... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The week in pictures | August 29, 2015MAITLAND: Lyvia Pozywio with school friends who have joined the #laceitup campa
The week in pictures | August 29, 2015
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
MAITLAND: Lyvia Pozywio with school friends who have joined the #laceitup campaign which serves as a daily reminder that, for some, shoes are a luxury and there are thousands of young people battling street life every day. Picture: CAth Bowen. BEGA:... Read more
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The Young Witness
The week in pictures | August 29, 2015MAITLAND: Lyvia Pozywio with school friends who have joined the #laceitup campa
The week in pictures | August 29, 2015
The Young Witness / Posted 6 days ago
MAITLAND: Lyvia Pozywio with school friends who have joined the #laceitup campaign which serves as a daily reminder that, for some, shoes are a luxury and there are thousands of young people battling street life every day. Picture: CAth Bowen. BEGA:... Read more
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Western Advocate
The week in pictures | August 29, 2015MAITLAND: Lyvia Pozywio with school friends who have joined the #laceitup campa
The week in pictures | August 29, 2015
Western Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
MAITLAND: Lyvia Pozywio with school friends who have joined the #laceitup campaign which serves as a daily reminder that, for some, shoes are a luxury and there are thousands of young people battling street life every day. Picture: CAth Bowen. BEGA:... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The week in pictures | August 29, 2015MAITLAND: Lyvia Pozywio with school friends who have joined the #laceitup campa
The week in pictures | August 29, 2015
Kiama Independent / Posted 6 days ago
MAITLAND: Lyvia Pozywio with school friends who have joined the #laceitup campaign which serves as a daily reminder that, for some, shoes are a luxury and there are thousands of young people battling street life every day. Picture: CAth Bowen. BEGA:... Read more
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