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Minister for Mental Health Bronnie Taylor, Mark Raymond Speakman and magistrate Teresa O'Sullivan at a press conference introducing a new suicide monitoring system at the forensic medicine and coroners court complex. Picture: NCA NewsWire/Flavio Brancaleone

Suicide prevention: NSW government reveals new monitoring plan

A new program will help track suicides in real time, allowing schools, health workers and departments to track any worrying trends.

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