Lost Miners: the tragic toll of FIFO work
SPECIAL REPORT

Everyday thousands of Australians fly in and out of remote mining sites to work in one of the nation’s most profitable industries. But workers say punishing rosters and long periods away from home are taking a toll with a growing number of FIFO workers taking their own lives.

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