Queens Service Medal Awarded

Queens Service Medal Awarded

Congratulations to our fabulous Executive Chair, Kate Reid, who was awarded a Queen Service Medal in the Queens’ Birthday Honours.

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Make It Count

Make It Count

A Resilience and Wellbeing Presentation

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A flu shot can reduce your risk of severe infection

A flu shot can reduce your risk of severe infection

Mary Nowlan (right) receives her flu vaccination from Lisbeth Alley.

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Cavalcade for Cancer

Cavalcade for Cancer

Team Cavalry for Cancer (aka Jo Barrett, Linda Sevier, Sharon Mehlhopt & Nick Sonne) recently completed the Goldfields Cavalcade on horseback raising funds and awareness for Cancer Society.

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Time to declutter your wardrobe

Time to declutter your wardrobe

We would appreciate any pre-loved clothing

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Gardens Galore

Gardens Galore

Tickets available now. Makes a great Christmas present.

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Cancer Society Selwyn Centre opens

Cancer Society Selwyn Centre opens

The new Cancer Society Selwyn Centre in Rolleston is officially open

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Bags to brighten a day

Bags to brighten a day

Amazing artwork by students for patients at Christchurch Hospital Oncology Department

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Christchurch researchers first to prove specific types of bowel cancer

Christchurch researchers first to prove specific types of bowel cancer

A University of Otago, Christchurch, researcher has for the first time identified unique genetic patterns for four different sub-types of colorectal cancer

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Cancer Society Super Heroes at the Santa Parade

Cancer Society Super Heroes at the Santa Parade

Super Heroes were out in force for the Christchurch Santa Parade.

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Cancer Society agrees with the need for better sunscreen regulation in New Zealand, but confirms its sunscreens are safe

Cancer Society agrees with the need for better sunscreen regulation in New Zealand, but confirms its sunscreens are safe

The Cancer Society remains committed to reducing the risk of skin cancer for all New Zealanders, thus we are currently investigating why the Consumer NZ testing has returned results different to ours.

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Jump for Cancer

Jump for Cancer

6 people complete the challenge all raising well over $800 each

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The adventures of Tin Man - Planting Hope

The adventures of Tin Man - Planting Hope

Plant some 'Hope' on your walls by purchasing one of these wonderful prints especially made for the Cancer Society by Tony Cribb.

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Survey about New Zealand charities

Survey about New Zealand charities

Have you been invited to take part in our charity survey? If so, you can read more about it here.

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Cantabrians loving the fresher air

Cantabrians loving the fresher air

Overwhelming majority of Cantabrians support smokefree outdoor dining.

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The New Zealand Familial Breast Cancer Study

The New Zealand Familial Breast Cancer Study

Would you be willing to volunteer for the New Zealand Familial Breast Cancer Study, to be conducted by the University of Otago, Christchurch?

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Inner Wheel donate hand made silk pillows

Inner Wheel donate hand made silk pillows

Ladies from Inner Wheel donated beautiful hand-made silk pillows for women receiving treatment for Breast Cancer.

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Relay For Life South Canterbury 2017

Relay For Life South Canterbury 2017

Another successful Relay For Life event in Timaru

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