'There's too many babies dying': parents welcome plan to reduce Australia's high rate of stillbirth

Sally Whyte
By Sally Whyte
Updated December 12 2020 - 11:24pm, first published 5:30pm
Donna Campbell, pictured with the ashes of her daughter Larissa, who was stillborn in 2006. Picture: Elesa Kurtz

"I felt like I was the only one feeling the darkness," Donna Campbell says when she describes the days and weeks after her daughter Larissa was stillborn 14 years ago.

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Sally Whyte

Sally Whyte

Federal Politics Reporter

I report on a range of issues in federal politics and the public service, with a real passion for how decisions made in Canberra affect the lives of Australians.

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