Once again it will be a bipartisan event as Members of both sides of the Legislative Assembly join forces to remember a true Statesman and raise funds this year for the Cancer Council ACT.
Cancer Council ACT is challenging local smokers to consider giving up for a day on World No Tobacco Day.
Kicking off officially on the 24th May and running throughout June, Canberrans are encouraged to dig deep as they share a cuppa and a chat with family, friends and colleagues to raise money for Cancer Council ACT.
Cancer Council ACT’s annual Canberra Relay For Life kicks off on Saturday morning and over 110 teams of 10 – 15 people will head to the AIS track from 8am to pitch tents and set up for the 24 hour event.
A number of Members of the ACT Legislative Assembly will be in the hot seat today as they have their skin checked to help promote the vital importance of self-examination and early detection in the prevention of skin cancer.
Amaroo School in the ACT is one of 18 schools around Australia to receive a grant through the eftpos Shade for Secondary Schools Program.
This Friday (25th August) there will be more than 25,200 daffodils (2,520 bunches) for sale across most shopping centres in the ACT.
With Spring just around the corner, Cancer Council ACT says it’s important for Canberra schools, early childhood services and all outdoor workers to think ultra violet (UV) not heat.
Kettles and teapots across the ACT and surrounding regions will be working overtime from today till the end of June as Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea kicks off for 2017.
ACT residents encouraged to sign up for a free Living Well After Cancer Program - Sat 29th April 2017.