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Euthanasia victory a dark day for NSW: Archbishop Fisher

Euthanasia legislation has passed the NSW Parliament, with Archbishop Anthony Fisher describing it as “truly a dark day for New South Wales”. The Voluntary Assisted...

The body language of death: NSW’s euthanasia vote

Conscience votes are described as those of “moral or social significance” that “generally reflect morally and socially divisive issues of the time”. When members...

Last chance for NSW to be wise on euthanasia

On euthanasia and assisted suicide in NSW we have a chance to avoid a social, medical and moral disaster - and instead create something noble, compassionate and humane

As Britain says No to assisted suicide, NSW campaigners urge caution

A landmark decision in Britain's House of Lords has big ramifications for the campaign to legalise the killing of patients in NSW
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St Vincent de Paul election to proceed this weekend

St Vincent de Paul Society plans to proceed with elections this weekend to replace its suspended NSW State Council President, Peter McNamara, despite an...

Expansion of euthanasia: it’s inevitable

Evidence already in Australia and overseas shows that once assisted suicide and euthanasia is legalised, bracket creep follows, warns Dr Bernadette Tobin.

Impossible choice: health providers say improved Palliative Care far better than...

Catholic Health Australia has stepped up its opposition to NSW’s assisted dying legislation with a campaign calling for better access to palliative care instead...

Euthanasia’s devastation: bad luck for the have-nots in our brave new...

Imagine a world in which there are two classes of people. The A Class are people whose lives are sacred. Their right to life is...

Premier Perrottet and the mathematics of defeat

In Hornblower, the British Admiralty tasks Captain Edmund Pellew and his frigate to remain as a retreat option in case a military campaign in...

Update: Churches across Sydney close due to Covid

Following restrictions announced by NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian as a result of the latest confirmed cases of Covid in NSW, churches will remain closed until midnight on 9 July.
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