A $12,000 scholarship will ensure regional cancer patients in the south-west are not disadvantaged by their distance from the city

Katrina Lovell
Updated November 8 2022 - 1:29pm, first published 9:00am
Nurse Sophie Gunning, second from left, has received a $12,000 scholarship with Rotary's Bob McMillan, Peter's Project director Vicki Jellie, Rotary's James Mepham and Vedmore Foundation's John Sambell there to make the presentation. Picture by Sean McKenna
Nurse Sophie Gunning, second from left, has received a $12,000 scholarship with Rotary's Bob McMillan, Peter's Project director Vicki Jellie, Rotary's James Mepham and Vedmore Foundation's John Sambell there to make the presentation. Picture by Sean McKenna

A $12,000 scholarship will ensure regional cancer patients in the south-west are not disadvantaged by their distance from the city.

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Katrina Lovell

Katrina Lovell

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Katrina Lovell is a senior journalist at The Standard who covers council news and human interest stories.

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