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Vale Sally Crossing

On 28 December 2016, Sally Crossing AM (nee Fletcher) died with her family around her. In 1995, at the age of 49, Crossing had been diagnosed with early breast cancer and was treated with surgery and radiotherapy. In 2004 Crossing's breast cancer reappeared and tumours...

An Evening with Denton in Port Macquarie

Speaking to your MP is the single most effective step people can take in the push for voluntary euthanasia laws, campaigner Andrew Denton says. He said family stories, in particular, were powerful, and MPs couldn’t ignore that....

Lawrie Daniel waited for death, alone

In the quiet hours while Lawrie Daniel waited for death, he wrote heartbreaking letters to his wife Rebecca and to the NSW Coroner describing his unrelenting pain from multiple sclerosis, calling for voluntary ¬euthanasia to be legalised to ensure people would not have to die...

John’s plea for law reform

Andrew Denton launched his new book “The Damage Done” at the National Press Club Canberra yesterday. It includes the testimonial of a young man from the Hunter region of NSW called John Grayson. Click for his testimonial from the ebook....

Gillian Mears, author and VAD advocate dies 

The literary world is mourning the death of award-winning Australian author Gillian Mears, who has died aged 51. Mears died on her family's property near Grafton earlier in the week. She had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis 17 years ago....

Vale John Hogan

Our dear friend John died at home in the early hours of Friday 4 December after a five year battle with bowel cancer. At his side was his loving wife, Jessie Edney, and his adult step-son Philip Edney. His final hours were not peaceful and...