Article from: abc.net.au.
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.
HILTON CARRIGAN: Hoy! Hoy!
He was just an easy-going, fun loving, larrikin – he was a larrikin, that part was right!
Yeah, good worker, had his own business. Was a ‘lecco by trade. Yeah, just an extraordinary country boy that, yeah, just did his work, loved his sport and just loved all his mates.
Will was 24, took his own life. Well, that day, I said to someone, you know, “what was it like” and I said “it was the worst day of my life”.