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The Girl on the Bridge Review: Pushing back the darkness

After losing her close friend Jess to suicide 3 years ago, New Zealand film graduate Jazz Thornton felt it was important to tell Jess’s...

Case reveals coercion to die

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

Distress at dying law plans in Tasmania

There is strong opposition to proposed laws to be tabled in Parliament in September.

Now that R U OK? Day is over – What next?

Alex* was a popular kid. He seemed OK. He was good at sports, doing fine at school, and came from an affluent, strong family. But...

Surviving the loss of a child

By Angela Grieve People often ask me how I get out of bed every day after losing Regan and I guess the answer is that...

Call for more action in preventing Indigenous youth suicide

Bishops issue statement for organisations to better support communities affected by suicide Australia’s Catholic bishops have issued a stirring call for action to prevent youth...

Crisis claiming our children

One of the most common things people said about Regan was that he seemed to have it all. And in some ways he did. Handsome,...

Heartbroken mum’s letter to parents

By Angela Grieve One of the most common things people have said to me about my beautiful boy Regan was that he appeared to have...
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