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Berri Bike Boys back in action
22 January 2015Formed in 2013, the Berri Bike Boys are a group of Riverland residents, riding for a reason in the Bupa Challenge, to help beat cancer.
Holden supporting the cause
16 January 2015Iconic car manufacturer Holden is supporting a team of almost 50 employees to participate in Cancer Council’s Ride for a reason to help beat cancer.
Aish’s swap footy shorts for undies
08 January 2015The Aish family will swap their traditional footy shorts for undies this January in the third, annual People’s Choice Undies Run for Bowel Cancer.
Make a life-saving New Year’s resolution
27 December 2014Cancer Council SA is urging South Australians to make quitting smoking a priority this New Year.
Support is only a call away over festive season
23 December 2014The festive season can be a stressful and challenging time for those who have had their lives affected by cancer, and Cancer Council SA wants to remind people that support is available during this period.
New data shows South Australians turning off solariums
22 December 2014New data released in the lead-up to the commercial solarium ban coming into force show that South Australians are ready to ditch the potentially deadly machines.
Former Governor now leading high profile Chairman’s 11
02 December 2014Kevin Scarce might have dropped the title as the Governor of South Australia, but as the new Chairman of Cancer Council SA, he will continue to lead the high profile group of business and media identities for Ride for a Reason in January’s Bupa Challenge Tour.
Teens tone down tanning 10 years on – but sun protection neglected
17 November 2014New findings from Cancer Council’s National Sun Protection Survey show Australian adolescents are developing healthier attitudes towards tanning, but there is still room for improvement.
SunSmart pageant kids go straight to top of Santa’s list
07 November 2014Santa will be checking his list twice to make sure kids and families remember to Slip, Slop, Slap, Seek and Slide at this year’s Christmas Pageant – so look out for his helpers dressed in yellow offering free sunscreen and spreading the SunSmart message.
Increase in calls for Quit support on back of advertising boost
03 November 2014Cancer Council SA has welcomed an increase in calls to its Quitline service following the State Government’s reinstatement of funding for critical advertising encouraging South Australians to quit smoking.