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    • SA schools improve on sun safety
      06 March 2013

      A new Cancer Council survey shows that SA primary schools are getting better at sun safety with more of them telling children to wear hats and sunscreen than ever before, but Cancer Council SA wants to ensure this is consistent across all schools.

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    • Make fast-food labelling laws nation-wide
      22 February 2013

      SA Government kilojoule labelling laws could not come sooner following today’s release of a new report by Cancer Council NSW showing that Australians are spending almost a third of their weekly budget on dining out and fast foods.

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    • New Zealand’s tobacco plain packaging laws will help reverse 1 billion global death toll
      19 February 2013

      The health benefits of plain packaging for tobacco will soon be enjoyed across the Tasman, following the New Zealand government’s announcement today that it will be the second country after Australia to adopt the ground-breaking policy.

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    • Get fruity to beat cancer this World Cancer Day
      04 February 2013

      Adelaide CBD commuters will today be greeted with a special fruit giveaway to mark World Cancer Day and raise awareness about the simple things we can do every day to beat cancer.

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    • Cancer support coming to town
      31 January 2013

      A team of Cancer Council SA staff will be visiting Whyalla in February to hold a free information night for the community dedicated to the topic of ‘after cancer treatment’.

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    • Cyclists unite in race to beat cancer
      25 January 2013

      Taking off from a smoke-free start at the Bupa Challenge Tour, today more than 800 amateur and experienced cyclists will Ride for a reason, after months of training and fundraising for Cancer Council SA.

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    • Riding to beat cancer
      22 January 2013

      Cycling fever has hit Adelaide with the Santos Tour Down Under rolling into town, and hundreds of riders gearing up for the Bupa Challenge Tour, after months of training and fundraising for Cancer Council’s Ride for a reason.

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    • Health groups launch campaign against sugary drinks
      17 January 2013

      Would you eat 16 packets of sugar let alone drink it? This is will be the question going out to thousands of Australians from today as part of a new health campaign that aims to get soft drink and other sugary drink-lovers rethinking their seemingly innocent habit.

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    • Riding for more reasons than one
      09 January 2013

      The Governor’s 10 peleton will take to the road today as they train for the Santos Tour Down Under Bupa Challenge Tour with their latest team member Premier Jay Weatherill, Premier of South Australia.

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    • QUIT smokes, eat better and get moving for a healthy new year
      31 December 2012

      With 44% of South Australians embracing new lifestyle changes to help prevent cancer, Cancer Council SA says planning ahead will give you the best possible chance of making 2013 the year for a healthier you.

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