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Marching into Moomba Festival
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Floating on 150 years of colourful service


This year marks 150 years of caring for children at The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH). What better way to celebrate this grand milestone than with a Rainbow Island Float in the Moomba Festival parade.


The design of this colourful moving spectacular was proudly created by children participating in the RCH Art Therapy Program. Art Therapists Tilly Dawson and Alexandra Lederman were closely involved with the Moomba Festival float submissions, where the children had full creative licence with designing, including dance and music in their efforts.


See the Rainbow Island Float in the parade which starts at 10.45am on Monday 9 March. It begins at Birdwood Avenue, meanders through Kings Domain parkland before finishing up on Linlithgow Avenue near Queen Victoria Gardens.

Are you riding the Murray to Moyne cycle relay?


It’s a month to go until cyclists hit the road for the annual Murray to Moyne!


We’re seeking cyclists, support crew and drivers to join the Cytotoxic Cyclists from Friday 3 April to Sunday 5 April 2020.


Last year, the Cytotoxic Cyclists had a fantastic weekend cycling Victoria’s scenic landscape while raising $28,850 for the Foundation. The team (and some new faces) will join us once again in 2020 to top this amazing effort.


There are relay options to suit all fitness levels; from 30 km sections or completing the entire 520 km. Ride Friday night, Saturday until dusk or be a Sunday Strider.


Registrations close 22 March 2020. To register your place, email, or contact Team Organiser, Mary McGowan on 0407 519 852.

For full details including the itinerary or to donate visit:

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In Review: Childhood Cancer Symposium 2020
A meeting of brilliant minds

Each year the Hudson Institute of Medical Research assemble some of the world’s top researchers and clinicians working in childhood cancer for The Childhood Cancer Symposium.


As Premium Partner once again in 2020, we were privileged to hear first-hand the details of ground-breaking work that is creating a paradigm shift in childhood cancer understanding and therefore treatment strategies.


Read the full wrap up...

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