Young man’s suicide transforms rural community

Article from: The suicide of Will Carrigan, 24, prompted his parents to start a campaign in their rural community to introduce what is known as 'positive education' to help young people with mental illness. Transcript HILTON CARRIGAN: Hoy! Hoy! He was just...

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Helping Men Find the Words

Article from: THE men of the Carrigan family have created a video to get the word out to other men about the importance of having a conversation about the important things. Pauline Carrigan, the mother of Will Carrigan who committed suicide on Christmas...

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It Takes a Community

Article from: IN an Australian first the Where There’s A Will Foundation is bringing a team of experts to Scone to implement a community wide approach to mental health and it requires parents, grandparents, sports coaches, teachers and the whole...

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Joining forces to fight issue

Article from: Scone Advocate. SCHOOLS, sporting clubs and Upper Hunter Shire Council have joined forces to call on mass support for a public forum in Scone. The forum aims to highlight how the entire district can work together to reduce suicide and improve children’s...

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Manali bulls to $16,000 on day of charity

Article from: The Land. LIMOUSIN bulls sold to a top of $16,000 at the annual Manali Limousins sale at Scone last Friday, when 44 of 48 Limousin and Lim-Flex bulls were sold for an average of $5800. But it was a local charity – not the animals – that started the...

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