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Australian Women’s Health Diary

The 2020 Australian Women’s Health Diary is now available for purchase, with all proceeds going towards supporting breast cancer trials research, identifying new treatments and prevention strategies. Last year, diary sales raised $950,000.

The 2020 Australian Women’s Health Diary, $18.95, available from newsagents, participating post offices, Woolworths and online via womenshealthdiary.com.au and magshop.com.au

Canberra Outlet Premium Mall opens

Oroton, Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger have opened at Canberra Outlet’s new Premium Mall

The Premium Mall at Canberra Outlet Centre has officially opened, with customers now able to shop the likes of Oroton, Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger. Offering an “elevated shopping experience”, it has been designed with high-end finishes, including architecturally designed floors and ceiling details. Ugg and Ralph Lauren are expected to open their stores within the Premium Mall on Friday 8 November.

Polo Ralph Lauren

Speaking of new openings, a stand-alone Polo Ralph Lauren store has now opened in the Canberra Centre as well. The new store is on one level and features Polo womenswear and menswear collections.

Getting Canberra families active

Olympian Felicity Galvez has launched a new campaign aimed at getting Canberra families to be active together. ‘FUNctional Families’ comprises two 10-week terms of 45-minute fitness classes, and has been designed to address a gap in participation activities in the ACT. Supported through the ACT Government’s Participation Innovation Fund, the program will be delivered at Galvez’s fitness studio, Galvanised Fitness. “It’s never too young to start exercising and if it’s done in a safe and encouraging way it will have long term benefits,” she says. “The key to encouraging children to be active throughout their lives is to show them it’s a fun, normal part of life and to be active yourself. Research shows that a child’s level of physical activity rises by five to 10 minutes for every 20-minute increase in the physical activity of a parent.”

For more information or to apply, visit galvanizedfitness.com.au/functionalfamilies

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