Crunch your way through the school holidays

During the school year, over 100,000 West Australian children have a daily break in the classroom as part of the Crunch&Sip program. The break is a set time for children to eat fruit and veg, and... more ...

Rare cancer patients gain active benefits

Research to shed light for the first time on the benefits of exercise for patients with rare cancers more ...

One in two Aussie sunburns occur during everyday activity

New research shows Australians 'caught out' by incidental UV damage more ...

SunSmart fashion that protects your skin and your image

SunSmart in collaboration with Curtin University show fashion and sun protection can go hand in hand more ...

Dirty Dancing audiences give over $120,000 to help beat women's cancers

Cancer Council is grateful to have been the official charity partner for the musical Dirty Dancing more ...

'Sonny Burns' targets outdoor workers missing out on sun protection

Meet 'Sonny Burns' - tradie and self-appointed UV spokesperson more ...

Celebrating life with a Girls' Night In

Tasha Kickett will hold an 80s themed Girls' Night In this weekend two years after being diagnosed with cervical cancer more ...

Tobacco conference urges governments to fund challenge of smoking burden and disadvantage

Governments in the Oceania region urged to do more to reduce smoking rates among the disadvantaged more ...

Make it a Girls' Night In to help beat women's cancers

Support women affected by breast and gynaecological cancers for Pink Ribbon Day more ...

Perth Royal Show should be one big cover up

West Australians are urged to cover up and be SunSmart while enjoying the Perth Royal Show more ...

Film goers told they don't have to face cancer alone

Film goers will be offered information and support from Cancer Council under a unique partnership with director Paul Cox on his new feature film Force of Destiny. more ...

Tips for keeping well during and beyond a cancer diagnosis and treatment

Professor Sanchia Aranda offers some tips for staying well during a cancer diagnosis and treatment more ...

Teaching old drugs new tricks

Professor Michael Millward discusses the latest medical advancements leading to the repurposing of old drugs to treat cancer. more ...

Show you care: volunteer on Daffodil Day

Have a few hours to spare? Why not volunteer on Daffodil Day, Friday 28th August more ...

Progress made as cancer death rates projected to decrease

A new report shows a continuing downward trend in cancer death rates looks set to continue more ...

Banding together to Dig Deep and raise funds for cancer research and services

Get behind the 2015 Dig Deep campaign and buy your West Coast Eagles wristband to raise money for us more ...

Dean Cox tackles Dry July challenge for Cancer Council WA

Dean Cox is giving up alcohol and raising much needed funds for Cancer Council WA during Dry July. more ...

Do I need to use sunscreen in Winter?

Cancer Council WA SunSmart Manager Mark Strickland chimes in on why it's still important to apply sunscreen during winter months. more ...

Cancer in my family - do I need a test?

How much does our cancer risk come down to our genes? When should we consider having genetic testing? more ...

Time for Big Tobacco to be held accountable in Australia

WA health campaigners say it's time for big tobacco to be held to account after Canadian decision. more ...

Hope Inspiration Passion HIP Sisters Relay For Life Raffle for a car results

The Hope Inspiration Passion HIP Sisters Relay for Life Raffle for a car has been drawn. more ...

Rattles Returns from Remarkable Ride

Ian "Rattles" Retallack returns from his Ride for Cancer journey. more ...

Broome's Biggest Morning Tea - making their cups count!

The ABC Kimberley Breakfast program broadcast live from this year's Australia's Biggest Morning Tea more ...

Stacking the odds - how a healthy lifestyle can reduce the risk of cancer

Visiting UK Professor Annie Anderson says a healthy lifestyle can reduce your cancer risk more ...

Be inspired by Brant to Run for a Reason

If you're thinking of signing up for the 2015 Run for a Reason, Brant Garvey will inspire you more ...

Uccello morning tea a special touch for country cancer patients

Country cancer patients treated to a special morning tea thanks to the generosity of Uccello Kettles more ...

Meet Professor Wendy Erber - Cancer Researcher of the Year

Why Professor Wendy Erber, Cancer Researcher of the Year, considers herself a 'Sherlock Holmes' more ...

Immune therapy hope for breast cancer sufferers

Cancer Council funding brings hope for new Luminal B breast cancer treatment options more ...

Targeted prostate cancer treatment now well positioned

Cancer Council funding helps researchers develop a more accurate treatment method for prostate cancer more ...

Exercise trial a first for mesothelioma sufferers

Funding for a researcher to study how exercise can improve the lives of mesothelioma sufferers more ...

All that glitters can help treat brain tumours

Cancer Council helps fund a study into how gold nanoparticles can help in treating brain cancers more ...

WA cancer researchers to reap benefits of BHP Billiton cancer research equipment grant

A $500,000 BHP Billiton equipment grant brings new hope for improved radiation therapy treatments more ...

Shining a light on excellence in cancer research

Three Western Australian cancer researchers have been recognised for their significant achievements in Cancer Council Western Australia's Research Excellence Awards. more ...

$3.8 million boost for cancer research

Cancer Council Western Australia has announced a $3.8 million injection into WA cancer research. more ...

The numbers just got worse for smokers - 1.8 million reasons to quit!

A new study has prompted the release of a hard-hitting advertisement urging smokers to quit more ...

New '16 cancers' smoking campaign to hit hard

A powerful new TV ad will hit screens from Sunday night using graphic imagery more ...

Healthier lifestyles could prevent 100 cases of cancer per day

Visiting expert backs World Cancer Day message more ...