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Paul Keating: Voluntary euthanasia is a threshold moment for Australia, and one we should not cross

  • By Paul Keating

There is probably no more important issue in contemporary bioethics or a more serious ethical decision for our parliaments than that raised by the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill 2017  1.076 kata lagi

What Exactly Is Wrong With The Suicide Booth?

Euthanasia is back in the headlines again, with the Victorian parliament coming closer by the second to legalising assisted dying. Of course, there’s controversy. Please forgive my use of the cliche, but opinions are like arseholes, and everybody has an arsehole in this argument. 341 kata lagi

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What is happening to my beloved State of Victoria?

What is happening to my beloved State of Victoria?

In so many ways she is the envy of the world, with our tremendous prosperity, sport, food, and lifestyle. 717 kata lagi

Summer of 69

This is a story for Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers, https://flashfictionforaspiringwriters.wordpress.com/2017/10/16/fffaw-challenge-week-of-october-17-2017/ .  It was prompted by the photo below, kindly provided by Grant-Sud.

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Australian health professionals say no to euthanasia — Family First NZ

No Euthanasia.org 11 October 2017From all around Australia, 383 health professional have signed a statement rejecting assisted suicide and euthanasia, reaffirming the role of doctors, nurses and allied health as saving lives and providing real care and support for those who are suffering.

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IF YOU COULD LEGALLY CHOOSE TO DIE

If not all of us remember Aruna Shanbaug’s case, a fair proportion would certainly recall the Hrithik-Aishwarya starrer Bollywood movie Guzarish that spoke of the same issue in a backdrop of romance – the right of a terminally ill person to choose a dignified death. 590 kata lagi

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