Here is a selection of recent media items about the work of the Inquiry. 

Mental health inquiry reaches Northland(external link), Radio New Zealand, 14 June

Mental Health and Addiction inquiry team in Northland this week(external link), Northern Advocate, 14 June

New addiction treatment facilities for Auckland City Mission,(external link)  Prime Minister Ardern and Minister Clark, 13 June

Expert panel visit Tauranga as part of inquiry into mental health and addiction,(external link) Bay of Plenty Times, 11 June

8% of kids found with social problems; 7% borderline,(external link) Otago Daily Times, 08 June

Waikato millennials weigh in on Government's mental health inquiry(external link), Stuff, 04 June

Mental health patients, families share aspirations for change(external link), Stuff, 02 June

South Canterbury residents and workers discuss state of mental health system,(external link) The Press, 31 May

Mental health meeting 'very positive'(external link), Otago Daily Times, 31 May

Frustrations and sadness aired(external link), Otago Daily Times, 31 May

More elderly with mental health issues(external link), Otago Daily Times, 28 May

Intention to hear views of as many people as possible(external link), Otago Daily Times, 26 May

Veteran Rehabilitation Strategy 2018 – 2021(external link), Minister Mark, Beehive, 23 May

Mental health inquiry listens to new voices(external link), University of Auckland, 22 May

Questions around NZ's commitment to Pasifika mental health,(external link) Radio New Zealand, 21 May

Student mental health initiative wants to share stories online,(external link) Otago Daily Times, 21 May

Mental health advocate urges Northland farmers to "talk to each other,(external link) New Zealand Herald, 17 May

Rainbow voices to the Government Inquiry into Mental Health,(external link) Scoop, 07 May

Focusing on the big picture of rural health funding,(external link) Otago Daily Times, 07 May

Mental health inquiry panel hears from Nelson community,(external link) Nelson Mail, 04 May

Here's what the mental health inquiry needs to fix(external link), NZ Listener, 03 May

Mental health workers begin in Canterbury schools,(external link) Minister Clark, Beehive, 30 April

Mental health inquiry urged to work as fast as possible,(external link) Manawatu Standard, 27 April

Government to help fund services for Veterans(external link), Minister Mark, Beehive, 24 April

Not all wounds bleed: Time to improve access to mental health(external link), NZ Herald, 14 April

Health law expert to head ministerial inquiry,(external link) University of Auckland, 05 February

Passionate Canterbury advocate appointed to national inquiry into mental health(external link), The Press, 25 January

Mental health inquiry: How will it work?,(external link) Radio New Zealand, 23 January

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