Domestic violence charges levelled at the former Family and Community Services boss Jim Moore are set to be withdrawn next week, with his alleged victim telling police she would not give evidence against him.
Last week, activists launched a campaign that urged companies to boycott Facebook advertising because the social media network allows users to post images of domestic violence against women, while banning advertisements about women’s health.
Another teenager is fighting for his life in an intensive care unit after being assaulted in Kings Cross. If news broadcasts are anything to go by, it seems hardly a day goes by without someone being seriously assaulted in Sydney's CBD.
A man who beat and stabbed his wife to death, claiming she provoked him by demanding a divorce, has been sentenced to at least 16 years in jail with a judge declaring "modern women have the right to chose their own destiny".
Comment on reforms to improve the response to domestic violence Great Lakes Advocate DOMESTIC violence affects one-third of all Australian woman over the age of 15, and the Great Lakes area is among those feeling the pinch of insufficient services...
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