Year: 2009

Project Application Submitted to NSW Department of Planning

Another milestone in the development of the Cancer Centre has now been reached with the submission of a Project Application to the NSW Department of Planning. The application can be viewed via the Department of Planning.

Garvan St Vincent’s Campus Cancer Centre Welcomes $70 million from Federal Government

The Federal Government has announced a $70m funding package to enable the development of the Garvan St Vincent’s Campus Cancer Centre (GSVCCC). The Centre will integrate the Garvan Institute’s internationally acclaimed cancer research with the best practice clinical care of St

$70 million Funding Package From the Federal Government

The Federal Government has announced a $70m funding package to enable the development of the Garvan St Vincent’s Cancer Centre. In jointly welcoming the funding announced in last night’s Federal budget, Professor John Shine AO, Executive Director of the Garvan Institute, and Steven

Kinghorn Cancer Centre Architect Appointed

The Kinghorn Cancer Centre is a $100m capital project for the St Vincent’s Research Precinct and is therefore being brought to life through two parallel lines of activity: on the one hand, operational planning and on the other, fundraising and

Delta Goodrem Patron of Cancer Centre

Delta Goodrem (Patron) has just completed another private dinner with existing and potential givers hosted by Mr Nick Curtis (Chairman of St Vincent’s). Eighteen guests enjoyed a lovely al fresco dinner at which Delta performed several of her most beautiful songs accompanied

Funding Application Submitted to Federal Government

A funding application submitted to the Federal Government’s Health and Hospitals Fund. This Centre – like most capital projects these days – will require funding from both government and the community to get off the ground. The Fund supports major