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The Southside Sports and Community Club has continued its long
tradition of giving to people with diabetes.
At a function that exuded the best of community spirit and
giving, the Southside Community Centre's general manager, Kim
McGregor, presented a $3,000 cheque to Diabetes...
Lace up those boots and join us for this hiking
challenge along the stunning Brisbane Valley Rail
Bushwalking Queensland and Friends ofBVRTpresent the
25/50/100 BVRT Walk in support of Diabetes Queensland.
Running from Friday 14 to Sunday 16 July, there will be...
Do you want to do more to raise the profile of diabetes this
National Diabetes Week (NDW)?
This year from July 9 to 15 we're asking our members to fire up
their social media accounts and post a message about diabetes.
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and any other forums you'd like...
In a recent policy exercise to further explore our members'
priorities, people didn't report much direct discrimination, but
did highlight some faults with both agencies and general attitudes
Insurance was the biggest issue, both for life/income protection
This National Diabetes Week (July 9
to 15), why not support Queenslanders living with diabetes and
raise awareness by holding a #gogreenandgive
Whether you plan to go slightly green, very green, or completely
over the top, #gogreenandgive is
all about a green-themed...
Students at one Queensland school have raised thousands of
dollars to help Diabetes Queensland members.
St Peters Lutheran College's Springfield campus recently held a
community focus day, "Eye on Diabetes", to raise funds and
awareness of the different types of...
So you have diabetes and no one 'gets' why you need to eat
regularly? Or your partner has diabetes and they're freaking
out because they're afraid of taking insulin? Or you can't
let your child go on a play date because you're afraid they will
hypo without your...
Maria's girls: Clarissa, Lillian and
Imagine having not one, not two, but three beautiful
children all diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. The shock of the
diagnoses threw the Dent family into a spin, desperate for
resources, information and support.
You can help us...
29-year-old Courtney Novits pushed herself to achieve something
great in support of Diabetes Queensland, in the Bridge to
The digital designer, who now lives in West Hollywood, Los
Angeles, ran 10km to raise over $1,100 for Diabetes Queensland.
"It was great to be able to contribute....
Newspapers from Caboolture to the Sunshine Coast are getting
behind the local activities of Jan Donaldson and the Bribie Island
Diabetes Support group.
For 43 years Jan has lived with and managed type 1 diabetes.
Noosa News reports she's held just about every role available