Beverley’s choice

By her own account, Beverley Broadbent had lived a wonderful, fulfilling life. But she decided she’d had enough and it was time to go. Beverley Broadbent had observed many deaths before she planned her own. When she was just six years old, her mother died of heart failure at 36,…

Voluntary Assisted Dying

Tasmanians have been invited to have their say on the ability of people suffering terminal illness to die with dignity with the release of a consultation paper by Lara Giddings and Nick McKim. The paper puts forward a model for voluntary assisted dying and is designed to inform public debate,…