Month: April 2014

Rise for Alex McKinnon

Canterbury and the Bulldogs rallied together to show their support for recently injured Newcastle Knight, Alex McKinnon. In the week leading up to the Bulldogs’ Round 8 game against the Knights, donation boxes were put out around the club for patrons to show their support. Canterbury also contributed another $10,000 to the ‘Rise for Alex’

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Exercise benefits people with mental health disabilities

For the general population, exercise is part of a daily routine but for people with mental health disabilities, it may seem like a difficult challenge which invariably leads to a lot of health problems later in life. People with mental health disabilities are more likely to suffer from diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular diseases and

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University scholarships to boost South West Sydney students

For some high-school leavers, going to university may be a financial challenge and a drain on an already over-stretched family budget. Data collected by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS 2011 Survey) shows that the number of South West Sydney residents attending university is below the national average of NSW. A South West Sydney organisation

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Getting locked up for a good cause

The Canterbury foyer was temporarily transformed into a mini mock gaol cell in support of Belmore Police Citizens Youth Club’s (PCYC) annual fundraiser, Time 4 Kids. Time 4 Kids is an opportunity for local members of the community, business owners and high-profile people to participate in PCYC’s fundraiser to highlight youth crime prevention and youth

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Locked up to show support for Belmore PCYC

Belmore PCYC is holding its annual fundraiser, Time 4 Kids, in conjunction with Youth Week 4-13 April 2014. Time 4 Kids is an opportunity for local members of the community, business owners and high-profile people to donate an hour of their time and, under the supervision of a Police Officer, be locked-up in mock gaol

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Looking for the next junior star

Canterbury is on the lookout for the next shining star in their school holiday junior talent quest. Canterbury’s Search for a Star, running every day from Monday 14 April till Wednesday 16 April, is open to children between the ages of 6 to 13 years who have a special talent to show off. There will

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