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Royal Commission announces further hearing locations

The Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide has announced public hearings will be conducted in Sydney, Canberra, Townsville and Wagga Wagga
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Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide Ceremonial Hearing

The Royal Commission today held a ceremonial hearing to mark the official start of public hearings.
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Royal Commission invites public to attend Brisbane hearings

Community members are invited to register their attendance for the ceremonial hearing and the first hearing block which will take place at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from November 26.
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Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide to open in Brisbane

The Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide will hold its first public hearing at the Brisbane Convention Centre on Friday November 26.
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Royal Commission welcomes AIHW Report into Defence and Veteran Suicide

The Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide welcomes the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) report on the incidence of suicide among current and former ADF personnel. The Commission Chair, Nick Kaldas, said the findings reaffirm the need for the Royal Commission and will inform its investigation.
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Message from Commissioners

A message to everyone in the Defence and Veteran communities
Mr Nick Kaldas APM (Chair)

Defence and Veterans Suicide – Prime Minister's media release

Read the Prime Minister's media release.
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Contact

For media enquiries, email DVSRC.media@royalcommission.gov.au or call the media officer on 0459 936 833.