NSW Parliament Voluntary Assisted dying inquiry told of ability to run palliative care in regions

Rex Martinich
By Rex Martinich
Updated December 29 2021 - 7:53am, first published 7:30am
A Voluntary Assisted Dying bill was passed by 52 votes to 32 in NSW Parliament's lower last month and has now faced an inquiry in the upper house that is due to report early next year. Picture: Shutterstock

Palliative Care NSW chief executive Linda Hansen has told a NSW Parliamentary inquiry into a proposed voluntary assisted dying bill that end-of-life care is possible in regions such as the Murrumbidgee.

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Rex Martinich

Rex Martinich

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Journalist for the Daily Advertiser in Wagga Wagga covering politics and data. Mobile: 0437 853 137 Email: rex.martinich@dailyadvertiser.com.au

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