August 29, 2017

Death, and dying in pain, aren’t topics that are readily talked about. But Leura resident, Richard Mills, believes the choice to end pain through death is a right Australian’s need to speak up for. 

Mr Mills, the former president of pro voluntary eut...

August 29, 2017

AHEAD of State Parliament debate on a bill allowing terminally ill people to voluntarily end their lives, it has been revealed about 60% of the Coffs Coast population may one day require palliative care.

Statistics suggest one in seven of us may face the prospect of liv...

August 7, 2017

After receiving a terminal cancer diagnosis in early 2014, Peter Short spent his final months campaigning for law reform to allow him to die on his own terms.

The Coles Express chief executive's lobbying would see him have a phone conversation with then-Prime Minister T...

July 31, 2017

Controversial. Confronting. Comforting. All words for a subject people don't want to think about, much less talk about. And yet we must - for we will all die sometime, somehow, somewhere.

The award winning documentary, Fade to Black, delivers the story of Peter Short, C...

July 19, 2017

HE’S known for his devout Catholic views, but former Prime Minister Tony Abbott has a surprising view on assisted suicide, according to a new documentary.

WHEN documentary maker Jeremy Ervine listened in on a dying man’s phone call with Tony Abbott, he was floored by so...

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