Male suicides up 36%

THE number of male suicides in Queensland has risen by 36%, according to the latest Bureau of Statistics figures.

A new project, called Stop Male Suicide, is calling for more time, money and energy to be spent reducing the high male suicide rate in Queensland.

Topics:  bureau of statistics queensland suicide

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