November Archive

A bureaucracy of medical deception

Sean Murphy | 23 November 2015
Quebec physicians told to falsify euthanasia death certificates

Reality TV for toffs: The Economist and euthanasia

Michael Cook | 17 November 2015
Journalists need guidelines for covering euthanasia.

Don’t manipulate Australia’s euthanasia debate

George L. Mendz | 10 November 2015
This week's Q&A allowed euthanasia campaigner Andrew Denton to dominate the discussion.

Surely you’re joking, Mr Denton

Tom Mortier | 04 November 2015
An Australian media personality ignores the facts about euthanasia

Doctor still knows best

Michael Cook | 04 November 2015
An expert on Belgian euthanasia evades difficult questions.

October Archive

Australia’s ‘Dr Death’ forced to stop promoting suicide

Michael Cook | 28 October 2015
Severe conditions placed on Philip Nitschke's registration

‘Good for me’, but what about society?

Margaret Somerville | 28 October 2015
What Canada's top court left out in its judgment on assisted suicide.

Should euthanasia researchers declare their interests?

Carolyn Moynihan | 23 October 2015
A New Zealand study raises important questions.

How the assisted suicide lobby won in California

Michael Cook | 14 October 2015
By creating brilliant YouTube propaganda

Go west, old man! Go west!

Michael Cook | 06 October 2015
Now that California has legalised assisted suicide, it is available up and down the entire West Coast

September Archive

Is the Netherlands moving toward euthanasia-on-demand?

Michael Cook | 28 September 2015
A Dutch doctor who refuses could find himself in hot water.

Governor Brown, do not sign the death warrant of unhappy people

Nancy Valko | 25 September 2015
My daughter was the victim of assisted suicide advocates.

“Unbearable suffering” questioned in documentary on Belgian euthanasia

Michael Cook | 21 September 2015
85-year-old woman euthanised for grief before the camera.

Fate of assisted suicide in California hinges on Governor

Michael Cook | 19 September 2015
The idiosyncratic Jerry Brown is mulling over whether or not to veto a bill.

“A vote for life and dignity, not for death”

Philippa Whitford | 12 September 2015
The speech by a Scottish MP which changed minds and hearts about assisted suicide.

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