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The weekly cap on international arrivals to Australia will be increased from next month
The weekly cap on the number of people who can arrive in Australia from abroad will be increased from next month. Updated Updated 13 hours ago. By Evan Young. Share. Share on Facebook; Share on Twitter. The cap on international arrivals will shortly be...

BREAKING: Crews battling fire at shopping complex
UPDATE 8.00am: A LARGE fire burning at Autobarn in Tweed Heads has been contained, but not yet extinguished. Fire & Rescue NSW said 35 firefighters are on scene, attacking the fire in Greenway Dve. A priority is to contain il running off from the premises...

Victorian family 'devastated' after boy unknowingly took coronavirus to Melbourne school, principal says
The family at the centre of a COVID-19 cluster in Melbourne's north are so devastated and shaken by the situation, they have considered leaving the area, the principal of East Preston Islamic College says. The college and Dallas Brooks Community Primary...

Fears after polio fight pause for COVID-19
Health experts fear that the planned global eradication of potentially-fatal polio has been delayed by COVID-19, and a resurgence of the condition could be felt in Australia. The coronavirus pandemic has diverted polio resources in more than 55 countries,...

Leona & Candice Pink Pedal Challenge

LeonaCandiceFrom the moment I heard about the opportunity to cycle through Vietnam and Cambodia, whilst fundraising for Breast Cancer Network Australia, I was ‘in’. What an awesome adventure this would be. Little did I know when I signed up, that the universe had other plans for me. I have been battling this cancer beast for two and a half years now, trying to live as ‘normal’ a life as possible, working, travelling, exercising … living! With training for my big adventure well under way and feeling on top of the world, the cancer beast, more aggressive than ever, has struck a debilitating blow. I am ‘shattered’ that I am forced to withdraw from the adventure in Vietnam and Cambodia.

But I refuse to go down without a fight. I set out to raise $10,000 for Breast Cancer Network Australia and that is exactly what I intend to do … with a little help from my dear friend Candice Butler, who has offered to cycle in my place. My quest to raise vital funds for Breast Cancer Network Australia continues. With your support, we can continue to ensure Australians affected by breast cancer receive the very best support, information, treatment and care.

“It is good to have an end to journey toward, but it is the journey that matters in the end” Earnest Hemingway.

If you would like to support us and the fight against breast cancer, click here

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