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News August 2020

National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day

Today is National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day. This is an opportunity for all Australians to show their support for… Read More

News August 2020

How much sugar is hiding in your trolley?

This week is Dental Health Week – a national campaign that aims to educate Australians about the importance of maintaining good oral… Read More

News August 2020

Homelessness Week 2020

Today marks the start of Homelessness Week and this year’s theme is ‘Everyone needs a home’. *Did you know that on any… Read More

News July 2020

A big thank you to CRAB Bluey’s South Australia (Cancer Research Advocate Bikers)

A big thank you to members of CRAB Bluey’s South Australia (Cancer Research Advocate Bikers) who haven’t let a pandemic stop their… Read More

International Day of Friendship
News July 2020

International Day of Friendship

Today is International Day of Friendship and now more than ever we need friendships. COVID 19 has bought us many challenges, but… Read More

World Hepatitis Day

World Hepatitis Day

Today is World Hepatitis Day – a global initiative to help raise awareness about Hepatitis and the issues facing those with the… Read More

Donate Life Week
News July 2020

Donate Life Week

Today marks the beginning of Donate Life Week. It’s run every year to create awareness about organ and tissue donation and encourage… Read More

RAH Parking
News July 2020

Parking at the Royal Adelaide Hospital

If you have a family member at the RAH – did you know you can now access parking in the hospital for… Read More

News July 2020

A generous donation for COVID-19 research

A huge thank you to Bobby Chang and his employer Vivienne Court Trading for their generous donation of $10,000 to fund COVID-19… Read More

Where's Scrubs
Where's Scrubs July 2020

Where’s Scrubs?

Although Scrubs international travel is on hold for now, he is certainly making the most of our great state and becoming quite… Read More

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