The New Zealand Herald, BY LEAH HAINES, October 10, 2004
A three-year project by welfare and health agencies has halved the rate of
suicide among some of the country's most at-risk children.
Researchers say the project has the potential to put a massive dent in New Zealand's youth suicide rate - currently
the highest in the developed world.
The results of the Towards Well Being suicide monitoring project were due to be presented to an international
conference on youth suicide this weekend and are expected to gain global attention. Read More ..