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Join Red Nose Day and show your true colours

Friday, 29th June, 2012

The newest addition to the BDT team, sports journalist Ben Sheffield, is getting behind Red Nose Day. The newest addition to the BDT team, sports journalist Ben Sheffield, is getting behind Red Nose Day.

Today is Red Nose Day and everyone is being encouraged to help support the thousands of families who have experienced the loss of a baby or child.

Red Nose Day has been held for 25 years to support families who have lost children to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), and SIDS and Kids Australia CEO, Leanne Raven, said there had never been a more important time to get involved.

"SIDS and Kids has helped save thousands of babies' lives through education and community awareness programs, devoting $16 million into researching the possible causes of unexplained infant death, stillbirth, neonatal death and SIDS, yet unfortunately there are still so many Australians who go through the heartbreak of losing a baby or child," Ms Raven said.

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Call for help answered

Wednesday, 7th December, 2011

CAKE STALL: Molly Grace Sultana (3) at the fundraiser. CAKE STALL: Molly Grace Sultana (3) at the fundraiser.

People came out in force on Saturday to help a young girl who has suffered severe burns to her body.

Three-year-old Molly Sultana travels to Adelaide every six weeks for treatment after she accidentally poured a jug of boiling water on herself last year.

Molly’s aunty, Stacey Walsh, held a cake stall for her at Centro Westside.

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