Jimmy Savile gave Rolf Harris a guided tour of Broadmoor hospital in the mid 1970s, when the Australian-born entertainer gave an impromptu performance of Tie Me Kangaroo Down as female patients were undressing, it has been alleged. An NHS investigation found widespread abuse by Savile of vulnerable victims at Broadmoor.Continue Reading

Huffington Post Apologizing authentically is about taking responsibility for our actions, our impact, or our results, as an adult. This is called remorse — wishing we hadn’t done or said something, and taking actions to address and rectify the situation within ourselves, with others, or both. Apologizing for who weContinue Reading

Legal history In March 2013, Harris was one of 12 people arrested during Operation Yewtree for questioning regarding historical allegations of sexual offences.[22][86] The allegations were not linked to those made against Jimmy Savile.[87] He was bailed without charge and did not comment publicly on the allegations,[88] but was understoodContinue Reading

Read full article here. MEDIA RELEASE Sunday 15 June 2014 The Mental Health Foundation is proud to announce the release of its new resource –Tihei Mauri Ora – Supporting whānau through suicidal distress. Written with extensive consultation with Māori suicide prevention experts, whānau, and communities, this resource will help whānauContinue Reading