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Missing Person David Sushames

David SUSHAMES

David Sushames was was last seen on Tuesday 1 November 2005 at Morris Avenue in Devonport.  He was reported missing on 5 November 2005 after not being in contact with...

Katherine ACKLING-BRYEN

Katherine Ackling-Bryen was last sighted in the suburb of St Marys, NSW about 12:15pm on Friday the 19 February 2016. Since this time there has been no contact with Katherine,...

Missing Person Susan Goodwin

Susan GOODWIN

On Friday 19 July 2002 Susan Goodwin, aged 39, was reported missing from her home address at Moonta Crescent, Port Lincoln. Susan was last seen around lunchtime that day,...

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National Missing Persons Week 2018

National Missing Persons Week 2018

National Missing Persons Week (NMPW) is an annual event held during the first week of August which aims to raise awareness of the significant issues associated with missing persons, as well as helping to reduce the incidence and impact of missing persons in Australia.

NMPW originated in 1988 in Townsville following the disappearance of Queensland resident, Tony Jones, in 1982. The...

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International Missing Children’s Day 2018

On Friday 25 May we will honour International Missing Children’s Day. This is a time to remember children who are missing and support loved ones in their search.

The day highlights the continued efforts of police, family, friends and the wider community to find missing children, and pays tribute to children who have been victims of crime. It is also a celebration of missing children...

Christmas Wreath

Sending a message of hope to loved ones this Christmas

For those families living without ‘knowing’ what has happened to a loved one the impact can be described as an emotional ‘roller-coaster’. An item, place or smell may revive a memory of that person, evoking an unexpected emotional change. Families often describe important dates such as birthdays and anniversaries as acting like triggers, bringing on both happy and sad memories from family...