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Weekly Media Roundup

August 28, 2014 at 11:06 AM

Families Free from Violence Campaign Launched in Dunedin:

The Dunedin Collaboration Against Family Violence (DCAFV) is pleased to announce the launch of their new Families Free from Violence website.  


Visit the website here...


A movement of men against violence:

Click here to read comment from Tim Marshall, centre coordinator at Tauawhi Men's Centre about the importance of long term and effective intervention with male perpetrators.


Filipinas flee abusive kiwi relationships:

There are increasing concerns about the numbers of migrant women being abused by their kiwi partners.



Denis O'Reilly: Let's focus on whanau, not gangs:

We need to separate the different issues of organised crime and domestic violence, writes Denis O'Reilly.



Bedroom murders: Ex-boyfriend named as likely killer:

A year after Auckland couple Glenys Stanton and Trevor Waite were gunned down in bed together police have revealed the findings of the investigation into the murders.



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