‘The ancient art of tai chi is helping bring peace and harmony in a place you would least expect it - Outback NSW.
For the past decade the drought has put pressure on farmer’s livelihoods and well-being.
So much so, that some farmers’ wives are afraid to leave their husbands amid fears of suicide.
But Mate Helping Mate, a program started by farmer John Harper, is being used to give hope and offer friendship.’
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