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Cystic Fibrosis Australia is proud to present the Sydney Surf Classic. This is a celebration of Australia’s affinity with the ocean and its benefits to people who live with Cystic Fibrosis.
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31-May-2016 - News Local - North Shore Times (Epaper) (Licensed by Copyright Agency)
FORMER Knox Grammar student turned Wallabies player Nathan Charles paid a very special visit to his former hometown last week. Picture: PHIL ROGERS Wallaby Nathan Charles shows off the new app with Cystic Fibrosis NSW CEO Michelehele Adair and Karen Iles.
31-May-2016 - ABC Radio Australia News
For 13-year-old Zoe, having cystic fibrosis means getting up hours before school to begin her regime of medication, physiotherapy and health
31-May-2016 - ABC News
For 13 year old Zoe, having cystic fibrosis means getting up hours before school every day to begin her regime of medication, physiotherapy and health
31-May-2016 - Illawarra Mercury (Licensed by Copyright Agency)
UOW has announced it will go smoke-free from July 25; which has received a mixed response from
31-May-2016 - South Coast Register (Licensed by Copyright Agency)
The University of Wollongong campuses will go smoke-free from the end of
31-May-2016 - MSN NZ
A British expatriate was murdered by her “jealous” and “diabolical” former gardener and lover, a French jury ruled on Monday, sentencing him to 30 years in prison.
31-May-2016 - Fairfax Media Digital Edition
Living with cystic fibrosis isn’t easy when you’re a young and adventurous boy. However 11-year-old Elliot Blakey is managing. The Glendowie resident was born with the disorder and doesn’t know anything different from taking his medication, using the nebuliser and attending physiotherapy.
31-May-2016 - Family Fun in Sydney
The Sutherland Shire Spinners & Weavers Group is hosting their annual Winter Wool Fair on 3rd and 4th of June.
30-May-2016 - The Advertiser (Licensed by Copyright Agency)
30-May-2016 - Domain
When Katrina and Ian Hughes compared the price of land in the ACT with nearby fringe townships it cemented their decision to move to Googong.