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In a world where we often, and sadly, only celebrate life when there is death, this weekend I plan to celebrate and remember my sister, and focus on the many lives her death has helped save and improve.

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With March just around the corner, the team at Mental Health Australia is currently busy preparing for a month of engagement with consumers, carers, members, and key stakeholders.

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Late last week we submitted our final submission to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into Mental Health. What a journey this Inquiry has been for the sector!

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Late last week we submitted our final submission to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into Mental Health. What a journey this Inquiry has been for the sector!

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Last Friday, I attended a roundtable with the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister, and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development to support national planning for the recovery of fire affected communities through the National Bushfire Recovery Agency.

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The Mental Health Australia office will be closed from the afternoon of Friday 20 December, reopening on Monday 6 January.

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As we race towards the end of the year, the team at Mental Health Australia celebrated the festive season early last week with our annual staff party, and what a year to celebrate. It was a lovely, sunny afternoon – and a chance to thank the staff for their efforts and achievements over this past 12 months.

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Summer for me is usually associated with too much food, lots of afternoon naps, and more time with my kids as they finish up school. However, if the first six days are anything to go by, summer will be a devastating struggle for much of our nation…

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During this Federal election campaign, Mental Health Australia is asking party leaders to make mental health a priority. Read more about our campaign below.

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Yesterday, Mental Health Australia staff took part in a traditional ‘healing circle’, a NAIDOC Week event exploring Aboriginal cultural beliefs around healing or ‘recovery’ and its links to country and community. Aunty Matilda spoke about how, in her own culture, the emphasis is not on the illness, problem or dysfunctional behaviour that needs to be fixed...

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