Post Tagged with: "Awareness"

Lilah’s Day of Difference raises vital awareness for palliative care

Lilah’s Day of Difference raises vital awareness for palliative care

Lilah’s Day of Difference, held on Monday June 17, will help raise awareness and funds for the vital paediatric service of palliative care in SA. NADIA BOSCAINI reports.

Australia’s oblivion: a national crisis

Australia’s oblivion: a national crisis

In reponse to the comments surrounding Indigenous AFL star Adam Goodes’, TRISH O’LOUGHLIN shares her opinion about racism in Australia.

Fight Alzheimer’s, Save Australia

Fight Alzheimer’s, Save Australia

Last week Hobart hosted the 15th biennial Alzheimer’s Australia National Conference, bringing together world leaders in social and medical dementia research. HANNAH WEIR reports.

Being tolerant of the intolerant

Being tolerant of the intolerant

Having a special dietary requirement is now the norm, with seemingly everyone having an intolerance to some form of food group or another, reports SARAH PARKINSON.

Adelaide needs more Color

Adelaide needs more Color

The need for an increase in community awareness or fundraising events is made evident as South Australians welcome the upcoming Color Run and its promotion of health and happiness, writes DANELLA SMITH.

Swing High Music supports those with disabilities

Swing High Music supports those with disabilities

A dedicated workshop will begin today as part of a music project for people with disabilities in the City of Port Adelaide. NATARSHA KALLIOS reports.

Jelly Baby Month provides sweet support for diabetes

Jelly Baby Month provides sweet support for diabetes

Cases of Type 1 diabetes (T1D) are increasing by more than three per cent a year and affecting the daily lives of Australian children. In an effort to combat the disease and discover a cure, Jelly Baby Month aims to raise funds for dedicated T1D research projects. SARAH SPENCER reports.

Could you Live Below The Line?

Could you Live Below The Line?

For five days in May, hundreds of South Australians will be raising money for people living in extreme poverty, by living off just $2 a day. TIFFANY LLOYD reports.

The Real Thing – $10,000 prize for a powerful message

The Real Thing – $10,000 prize for a powerful message

Hepatitis Australia has called on creative filmmakers to voice a number of important messages in a bid to challenge social stigma and discrimination related to Hepatitis C. DANELLA SMITH REPORTS.

One step at a time for type 1 diabetes

One step at a time for type 1 diabetes

Adelaide University nursing student Eliza Bartlett set off for Melbourne yesterday – not in a car or on a plane, but on foot, in order to raise money for type 1 diabetes. SARAH HANCOCK reports.