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Pat Garcia: We understand aged issues, but not the answers

Aged care is expensive, but for how long can we put off the inevitable investment? Ageing and death can be difficult issues. Most of us...

Monica Doumit: The love that’s just too much trouble

Attitudes on end of life care reveal a double standard We have known for a long time that those who describe themselves as pro-choice when...

Case reveals coercion to die

Pro life advocates say QLD case reveals danger to vulnerable people if assisted suicide is legalised.

Experts back KPMG report on palliative care

More care would boost economy and health, says report Catholic health and aged care providers have welcomed a new report revealing that more than $450 million could be saved through better...

Federal grant for Sydney palliative experts

New project focuses on mental and emotional health Health and welfare professionals around the country will benefit from the work of a Catholic university and hospital in...

QLD assisted suicide debate reprieve

Advocates say that urgent health reform to support the dying with increased access to palliative care must come first.

Margaret Somerville: Withdrawing artificial hydration and nutrition

Withdrawing artificial delivery of food and water to patients can be ethically complex It can be unethical to withdraw artificial hydration and nutrition and doing...

Sisters’ struggle reveals risk to disabled

Lost battle over end-of-life care reveals a growing problem as society ages, say grieving daughters.

WA archbishop calls out ‘smear’

Archbishop of Perth Timothy Costelloe SDB has spoken of his parents’ decline and death from cancer and called a “callous and unworthy smear” suggestions...

Monica Doumit: Don’t get sick in the Wild West

On Tuesday, Western Australia became the second Australian state to legalise euthanasia and assisted suicide, passing laws more liberal than those currently in operation...
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Peak health group rejects dying bill

Catholic providers in Tasmania will resist proposed law Catholic Health Australia has strongly rejected Tasmania's proposed euthanasia legislation and says its members in the state...

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