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Wednesday 1 July 2020 was Triple M's No Talk Day

Wednesday 1 July 2020 was Triple M's No Talk Day

03 Jul, 2020

On Wednesday 1 July, Triple M didn't talking so that others could. From 6am – 6pm there were no radio shows, no ads, no news or traffic reports across Triple M stations.

Instead, they used the space where they'd normally talk to encourage men and women to talk to their mates, family or a colleague about mental health and work on reducing men’s suicide.

Blokes make up an average six out of every eight suicides every single day in Australia. The number of men who die by suicide in Australia every year is nearly double the national road toll.

Click here to listen to Triple M's podcasts from the day

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