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Run for cancer charity

Newcastle resident Michael Joyce is undertaking to run the New York City Marathon on November 7 and in the process he will raise funds for Irish Cancer Society. Mike has organised a fundraiser for all friends and schoolmates from the St Joseph’s College (Bish) 1994 year which will take place in Buskers Browns’ Slate Bar on Saturday October 9 at 8pm.

Mayo Cancer Support Association’s programme of activities

Mayo Cancer Support Association has announced its new autumn programme of activities. This programme is based on feedback from people who have used its services and is aimed at promoting wellbeing and bringing a sense of fun back into life during and after treatment and into the future.

Castlebar man raising funds for cancer society

Today, Friday May 28, 25-year-old Castlebar man Mark Heverin will begin a gruelling Pedal to Peaks Challenge, where in 24 days he will climb to the highest point in each of the 32 counties and cycle all 1,900km between them — all in aid of the Irish Cancer Society.

Bags of style for breast cancer

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This October designer Orla Kiely will launch a new exclusive accessories collection in Ireland to support Fashion Targets Breast Cancer in aid of Action Breast Cancer, a programme of the Irish Cancer Society and Europa Donna Ireland.

Daffodil Day

Take a moment to smell the... daffodils

What a glorious week we’ve had. The sun has shone, there’s more good weather on the way, Ireland is one step closer to a Grand Slam, and we even had a day off! Despite everything it’s hard to complain.

Take a moment to smell the... daffodils

What a glorious week we’ve had. The sun has shone, there’s more good weather on the way, Ireland is one step closer to a Grand Slam, and we even had a day off! Despite everything it’s hard to complain.

Men tried to pocket proceeds from Daffodil Day

Two Romanian nationals whose intention was to sell daffodils on national Daffodil Day and keep the money for themselves were convicted and fined at Ballinrobe District Court last Friday.

Local doctor receives scholarship for cancer research

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Athlone graduate Dr Claire Donohoe has been awarded an Irish Cancer Society Research Scholarship Award for her research on the link between obesity and gastrointestinal cancers.

 

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