Euthanasia

Land Rights: Labor shock plot to put McMahon Bill on the agenda | Canberra weather

news, federal politics, voluntary assisted dying, canberra, Katy Gallagher, Zed Seselja, Sam McMahon, Senate, Federal Parliament, land rights Pressure to restore ACT’s right to legislate on voluntary assisted dying could reach federal parliament as early as Monday, reeling from a Labor plot that threatens to further disrupt the coalition in …

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‘Silver linings’: How a grieving mother’s fight for voluntary assisted dying in South Africa inspired a political lawsuit | South australia

Liz Habermann hadn’t really thought about voluntary euthanasia until her dying son, Rhys, mentioned it. The 17-year-old’s painful hip had turned out to be aggressive Ewing’s sarcoma, and she was terminally ill. Rhys suffered the unimaginable physical and mental trauma of the disease and the treatments, until one day he …

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NSW: Get off the abyss of euthanasia!

Reading time: 3 minutes Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP addresses the protest rally that marched to Parliament on November 18 to urge MPs not to legalize euthanasia. Photo: Giovanni Portelli Russell Crowe’s 2014 film, The water diviner, tells the true story of an Australian farmer who traveled to Gallipoli after World …

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Animal shelters overcrowded one year after record adoptions

If you are an animal lover, you might understand the predicament that animal shelters find themselves in right now. After record adoptions in the first year and a half of the pandemic, shelters are now overflowing with animals and they have few options to offload them. Since animal shelters receive …

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“I like it”: a veterinarian offers a new service near Colman

COLMAN, SD (KELO) – A new veterinary service opened last week near Colman, and it offers a unique service that could literally be brought to your town. Dr Aidan McNeil always wanted to be a veterinarian. “I grew up on a horse ranch, and the horse ranch of course had …

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Peter Singer wins the “Nobel Prize for Philosophy”

Despite its importance, philosophy is generally not seen as a lucrative profession. May be the Berggruen Prize will change that. This is US $ 1 million given annually to a thinker “whose ideas have profoundly shaped the understanding of oneself and the advancement of man in a rapidly changing world.” …

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Pet Connection: CANINE CANCER UPDATE | Lifestyles

When my dog ​​Harper, a King Charles Cavalier Spaniel, was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma of the tonsils last year, I was stunned. I had never even heard of tonsil cancer, but it is one of the many types of cancer that can affect dogs of any breed or mix. …

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Letters to the Editor, The Daily Advertiser, November 17, 2021 | Daily advertiser

news, local news, Local MP Joe McGirr has said he will oppose the voluntary assisted dying bill over “advances in palliative care” (“MP will oppose euthanasia,” The Weekend Advertiser , November 13). On the same day, Prime Minister Dom Perrottet was busy apologizing and blaming himself, when he was treasurer, …

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My father asked me to kill him

My father asked me to kill him. He was 74, had a stroke at 71, and couldn’t speak properly. He also had paralysis on his left side. He was a widower in a retirement home. We had tried home helpers who came in every day, but he was also very …

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