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Fears over cuts to Lifeline services in Queensland MP3

There is concern that job cuts and changes to training programs at Lifeline could impact on callers who call the telephone counselling service in times of need. One source familiar with the changes to Lifeline's Queensland operation has told AM the end result could be more suicides. But Lifeline's management says any changes will only improve the service, and boost the number of calls it takes. Source: abc.net.au

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