Latest domestic violence News

Court reforms to protect and empower domestic violence victims
Responding to increased risk of family violence on grand final weekend [Images included]
New research reveals wellbeing toll of Melbourne’s toughest COVID-19 restrictions on practitioners responding
Mobile phone lifeline for those impacted by domestic and family violence
Drug and liquor seizures in Katherine
Gender lens on Budget shows up government
Grants to support local domestic violence projects
New law to help protect pets from domestic violence perpetrators
31 New Zealand citizens removed from Australia
Free legal help for COVID impacted communities
IRU celebrates new funding for research into Australian society, history and culture
Big or small, delay hurts us all
Anna Palmer outs major parties
NSW police charge man with firearms and domestic violence offences at Bargo
UniSA partners with Adelaide Women’s Prison to design parenting program
More court protections for ‘revenge porn’ victims
NAAA calls for loopholes to be removed from liquor laws so that families and communities are safe from
Police lay charges – Domestic and family violence offences – Palmerston
Coercive control legislation requires careful consideration if we want it to make a difference to victims’
Tear down wall: Clive Palmer
Suspect Target Management Plan III, NSW
An evaluation of Suspect Target Management Plan
Peak legal body welcomes coercive control inquiry
Submit your story and be recognised for excellence in child and family reporting
Coercive control reform
FECCA voices serious concerns about new English language requirements for partner visas
Police update 2: Child stealing charges at Beenleigh
World Homeless Day 2020
Police update: Serious assault at Caboolture
Police update: Child stealing charges at Beenleigh
Council taking support for White Ribbon Day 2020 online
Greens 2020 Budget in Reply
Inquiry to hear about diverse experiences of family violence
NT’s First Specialised Domestic Violence Court Opens in Alice Springs
Police officer stood down in Central Region 8 October, QLD
Recovery Budget delivers relief for Peel region families and drives economic activity
Recovery Budget delivers relief for Goldfields-Esperance families and drives economic activity
McGowan Government investing in Aboriginal community safety
More than $7 million to be spent on new restraining order system
McGowan Government recovery budget keeps WA safe and strong
Family Court of Australia and Federal Circuit Court of Australia welcome Government funding announced
Business and community sectors united on key elements of community and economic recovery
Women left out and left behind in Morrison’s recession Budget
Funding to upgrade Launceston Court facility
Women stuck in 1950s with this Government’s Budget
Advocates slam budget for failing women trying to escape family violence
NSW police charge woman after man stabbed at Wollongong
Analysis shows how Greens have changed language of economic debate in New Zealand