Liverpool Council announced the recipients of their annual Australia Day Awards during a ceremony at Woodward Park.
The Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research is strengthening the involvement of cancer patients in both current and future cancer research programs at the inaugural Cancer Community Research Review Panel last December.
Clinical Cancer Registry researcher Kirsten Duggan recently received the “Best of the Best Award for Oral Presentations – Lung Cancer” at the Clinical Oncology Society of Australia’s (COSA) 41st Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) in Melbourne.
The Liverpool unit of the State Emergency Service (SES) is on the lookout for a batch of new recruits.
Sarah Yahya has been chosen as an Australian representative at the 2015 Harvard National Model United Nations.
Not every four-year-old can claim to have his own art exhibition, but that’s what makes Jaxson Barlow different.
Every Tuesday from 9am, 2GLF unleashes ‘The Blast From The Past’.
If you are a young person looking for health advice or support – Headspace Liverpool can help! The best part is that the service is free, confidential and friendly.
This year, masses of Santa Claus’ came to every state in Australia – running, walking and even rolling in strollers and wheelchairs as they “Ho! Ho! Ho!” on their merry way to raise funds for Variety – the Children’s Charity and Aussie kids in need.
Sarah was one of the three youth speakers who shared her story at the “Speakers Series” at Ashfield.