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The supreme hypocrisy and failure of a ‘zero suicide goal’

The supreme hypocrisy and failure of a ‘zero suicide goal’

A 'towards zero' suicide prevention strategy is an admission of philosophical failure — especially in a country like Australia.

Suicide cannot be made a front in the culture war

Suicide cannot be made a front in the culture war

A poorly researched article by Bettina Arndt shows how the right is turning male suicide into yet another aspect of Australia's culture wars.

For Indigenous voters, this election is just more of the same

For Indigenous voters, this election is just more of the same

Both major parties continue to see our community as a problem that requires solving. Nothing will be solved until we have a seat at the table.

Is the government doing enough to tackle the Indigenous suicide crisis?

Is the government doing enough to tackle the Indigenous suicide crisis?

Josh Frydenberg promised millions of additional funding for youth mental health services. But was the government's funding for Indigenous suicide prevention good enough?

Why we should expect less from Marie Kondo

Why we should expect less from Marie Kondo

No, the cult tidying expert's method won't save you but it is a salve for a hopelessly chaotic mind.

Doctors Without Borders details Nauru plight

Doctors Without Borders details Nauru plight

Good morning, early birds! Médecins Sans Frontières has detailed the “absolutely devastating” mental health among asylum seekers housed on Nauru, while calling for their immediate evacuation. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Stressed, depressed and working less: why it’s time to stop ignoring underemployment

Stressed, depressed and working less: why it’s time to stop ignoring underemployment

As part-time work skyrockets, so too does underemployment. But what can we do about this, and what effect is it having on our mental health?

Media Adviser: burnout doesn’t need to be part of a journo’s job

Media Adviser: burnout doesn’t need to be part of a journo’s job

The media's known for being a high-stress environment. Maybe it's time for it to take on the support systems of other high-stress industries.

To blur or not to blur … YouTube shooting fake news … Sunrise segment investigated …

To blur or not to blur … YouTube shooting fake news … Sunrise segment investigated …

The media near unanimously showed the face of a man climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge this morning. Plus, other media tidbits from the day.

Packer’s new digs

Packer’s new digs

And so the rather plush rehabilitation of James Packer begins.