Wagga's Good Blokes Society Walk for 9 to raise men's mental health awareness

Dan Holmes
Updated November 20 2023 - 8:18am, first published November 19 2023 - 6:00pm
Tom Maguire, Adam Simpson, Tristan Robinson, Matt Witt, Dean Jones, Shaun Wallis, Cameron Humphries, Riley Mullins, and Shane Whyte talking a pit stop on their nine-hour walk for suicide awareness. Picture by Madeline Begley
Tom Maguire, Adam Simpson, Tristan Robinson, Matt Witt, Dean Jones, Shaun Wallis, Cameron Humphries, Riley Mullins, and Shane Whyte talking a pit stop on their nine-hour walk for suicide awareness. Picture by Madeline Begley

Nine blokes have spent nine hours of their Sunday carving a path through Wagga with a message on International Men's Day.

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Dan Holmes

Dan Holmes

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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

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