As many as half the people seeking financial counselling to cope with unsustainable debts are being turned away, and the sector wants the banks causing the problems to pay for more counsellors.
A series of email communications allegedly written by Graham Morant's wife to the group Exit International — which provides information on end-of-life matters — is one of four grounds of his appeal, after he was sentenced to 10 years in jail for counselling and assisting her suicide.
Women in India are more than 2.1 times more likely to die by suicide than the global average — and young, married women are most at risk.
Australian tennis is reeling after the death of former prodigy Todd Reid, who won the 2002 junior Wimbledon championship and at one stage appeared to have the tennis world at his feet.
Ken Atherton's mother took her life two weeks before his 18th birthday. Two years later he was in jail because his lifestyle was then a crime. It took him four decades to embrace who he really was, and his triumph has now been immortalised on canvas.
Of the 100 people trained in a new suicide intervention program in Queensland, every person has already had to use it to help someone thinking of taking their life. Now, the communities taking this Australia-first approach to reducing Aboriginal suicide rates want to make a change across the country.
The former PM discusses how the Liberal Party could bring more women to Parliament, the revolving door of political leadership, and the importance of having difficult conversations ahead of World Mental Health Day.
A former employee of the Northern Territory's Inpex Ichthys LNG project speaks out against the company, saying mental health and safety concerns often came second to getting the job done.
The number of Queensland Prep students being suspended or expelled almost doubles in four years, with experts and parents warning the problem of schoolyard bullying is exploding among the state's youngest students.
Roman Quaedvlieg, the former Australian Border Force commissioner, pens a 3,800-word reflection on the conditions facing nearly 1,000 asylum seekers and refugees held in "squalid" facilities at Australia's immigration facilities on Nauru.