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Children who live with type 1 diabetes attended
local DiaBuddies Days in both cities to get
to know others who live with the same condition.
Both events were organised by Diabetes Queensland.
More than 40 people attended the Cairns DiaBuddies held at Jump
Queensland has a new Queen after Alexandra Catalano (pictured
above) bid $25,000 for the state's symbolic first tray of
The 2019 Brisbane Produce Market Annual Charity Mango Auction
raised more than $31,000 thanks to Mango Queen Alexandra and
bidders on other...
There was a full moon rising when about 80 Diabetes Queensland
members and supporters climbed Brisbane's Story Bridge, which was
lit blue for the night to mark National Diabetes Week (July
Generously sponsored by Abbott, the climb helped keep the
Diabetes Queensland would like to thank Peter and June Hawton,
and the Warra Hotel's Jim Phelan for their recent support.
With the help of friends and family, Peter and June
(photographed with Diabetes Queensland's Kathleen Cook and her
husband Matt, who volunteered)...
When Shane Close's 10-year-old daughter Ashlee was diagnosed
with type 1 diabetes about this time last year, he never imagined
it would lead to meeting one of his all-time heroes and becoming a
fundraiser to help children with diabetes.
This humble dad of two girls...
Diabetes Queensland has introduced special days for children
with type 1 diabetes and their parents, siblings and carers who
want to have fun and meet other families living with type
DiaBuddies Days are for children aged 0-14 years old and provide
The Great Ocean Road Trek is a tough challenge that Accredited
Exercise Physiologist, Ashley Baveas, is excited to take on.
Now in its fifth year, the trek covers 100km from Apollo Bay to
the 12 Apostles and raises vital funds and awareness...
The Great Ocean Road Trek is a tough challenge. One that
Diabetes Queensland staff member, Jenny Bates, (left), is excited
to take on. Now in its fifth year, the trek covers 100km from
Apollo Bay to the 12 Apostles and raises vital funds and awareness
About 230 people, including 50 children with type 1 diabetes,
attended Diabetes Queensland's first Diabuddies Day at Nerang's
Terrin Training, with most of the children wearing Super Hero
The day, held on March 2, was free for children under 15 living
with diabetes and...
Children with type 1 diabetes and their families want to meet
and spend time with others who live with the condition, so Diabetes
Queensland is about to host its first Diabuddies Day.
To be held at Nerang on Saturday, 2 March, from 10am to 2pm,
Diabuddies is free for children...