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It's not all doom and gloom in the food industry - some companies are coming out on top. You can still find Australian made goods on the supermarket shelves. Family run company Heather Brae began in 1941. It sent biscuits to Australian Diggers overseas and it's still making biscuits, tarts and shortbread in Melbourne's northern suburbs. Source: abc.net.au
The Federal Government is due to hand down its 10-year road map to mental health recovery tomorrow - but before it's even been sighted, the mental health sector is uniting to reject the plan. The CEO of the Mental Health Council of Australia, along with other prominent advocates like Professor Patrick McGorry don't want the roadmap unless it sets out clear and achievable targets.
A High Court judge in the UK has ruled that the right-to-die case of a British man, who is so paralysed he can only communicate by blinking his eyes, should be heard by the court. Tony Nicklinson suffers from locked-in syndrome and wants a doctor to be able to lawfully end a life he says is unbearable. The judge has said the circumstances evoke the deepest sympathy.