Regional NSW residents struggle to access voluntary assisted dying

Dan Holmes
Anna Houlahan
Updated December 1 2023 - 2:59pm, first published 1:15pm
The legalisation of voluntary assisted dying laws has been bittersweet for Geoff Burch, who lost his wife Suzanne two years ago to cancer. Picture by Ash Smith
The legalisation of voluntary assisted dying laws has been bittersweet for Geoff Burch, who lost his wife Suzanne two years ago to cancer. Picture by Ash Smith

Voluntary assisted dying has become available in NSW but some residents may struggle to access the service.

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Dan Holmes

Dan Holmes

Journalist

Dan is a Journalist with the Daily Advertiser in Wagga, covering policy, politics and culture. He is the winner of 2022's Ossie award for domestic and family violence reporting. Tips and pitches to: dan.holmes@austcommunitymedia.com.au

Anna Houlahan

Anna Houlahan

Journalist

Reach out with news or updates to anna.houlahan@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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