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Missing Persons Dale Nicholson Tasmania

Dale NICHOLSON

Dale Nicholson was last seen leaving his home address in New Norfolk, on the 11th of December 2016 around 8:30 am, on his usual morning trip to get the morning paper and some...

Missing Person Neil Qualtrough

Neil QUALTROUGH

Neil was due to sail from Honolulu to Australia aboard his boat "Pasado Manama". He left in June 2007 and has not been seen or heard from since. If you have information that...

Missing Person Ronya Livoni

Ronya LIVONI

Ronya Livoni was last seen by her mother at their home on 10 March 1980. Ronya left home without a change of clothing or any money. She has not made contact with any of her...

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Putting the faces of missing people back on milk cartons

The Australian Federal Police (AFP) and Canberra Milk are joining forces to put the faces of missing people back on milk bottles in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).

AFP Assistant Commissioner Debbie Platz said the initiative – which launches in the ACT region on 6 June – will see 12 long-term missing people with connections to the Canberra region featured on one litre fresh milk...

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International Missing Children’s Day: AFP short film asks Australians to consider world’s missing children

The Australian Federal Police (AFP) has released a short film on International Missing Children’s Day to raise awareness of missing children in Australia and around the world.

Today (25 May) is a day for remembering children from Australia and across the world who are still missing, paying tribute to those who were victims of crime, acknowledging children who found their way home, and...

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AFP launch updated framework to support those with a missing loved one

The Australian Federal Police (AFP) National Missing Persons Coordination Centre (NMPCC) today launched an updated missing persons framework in collaboration with the University of New England and public health researcher Dr Sarah Wayland.

Acknowledging the Empty Space: A framework to enhance support of people left behind when someone is missing provides an update to the 2007...