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Gold group not weak to speak for mental health

MINING advocate the Gold Industry Group and mental health charity LIVIN have joined forces to raise awareness of mental health in an industry they say needs to change the way it understands, perceives and interprets mental illness.

Karma Barndon
GIG members Gold Industry Group members.

GIG members Gold Industry Group members.

The partnership between GIG and LIVIN aims to raise awareness of mental health by engaging workers and the community with the GIG LIVIN Tour, a program for GIG members and the Goldfields community to be...

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