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Contrary to their popular image as low-powered "bunny guns," .22-calibre rifles are commonly used in multiple shootings. In seven mass killings involving .22 rifles in Australia and New Zealand alone, 54 people died by gunfire.
The .22 rifle is also the most commonly used...
This May 2019 National Coronial Information System (NCIS) fact sheet highlights the high rate of suicide among older persons in Australia. An average of 7 older people (aged 65+) die by suicide in Australia each week.
In Canberra today, leaders in suicide and mental health, led by consultancy ConNetica and the Brain and Mind Centre University of Sydney, released details on suicide across 28 Federal electorates. Supporting the release were four parents with lived experience of suicide and the National Congress...
This product (a combination of a web report and fact sheets) focuses on the major causes of premature deaths—both overall, and among certain age groups. It explores current patterns and trends over time for premature deaths. The fact sheets, in particular, explore...
This fact sheet contains statistical information on intentional self-harm fatalities among Indigenous Australians. Cases included in the fact sheet were reported to an Australian Coroner between 2001 and 2013. The report also includes a summary of recommendations made by Coroners in relation to Indigenous Australian...