Latest survivor News

Public art memorial site for survivors of sexual assault given green light
New campaign as consent laws about to go live
New campaign to support consent reforms
Our Stolen Generation
TLRI recommends reform of laws covering LGBTQA+ conversion practices
How Diane uses her cancer experience to support others
South Australia Honours Lives Lost to Domestic and Family Violence
Kettle continues to boil for Kingsley cancer champion
Speargun survivor turtle released back to Boonooroo beach
Covering Last Mile to Cure: Consumer Advocacy Discussion Forums
Show to highlight LGBTQ family and gender based violence
Government House to Illuminate in Support of Ukraine
How I survived as lady tradie
S Word screening
Survivor-led healing to preserve, restore, and reimagine former Kinchela Boys Home as national site of truth-telling and healing
Fatal air crash
Ending violence against women 27 February
Iconic Holdens Break Auction Records
Iconic Holden to Break Auction Records
Push for better stroke awareness in Onkaparinga area
FOUND: 1 of 1 Ultimate, Prototype Holden Survivor Car
Author Maya Lee shares her mother’s memoir, ‘The Nazis Knew My Name’ – Wollongong
Naming Day for special koala joey
Final chance to nominate for 2022 Stroke Awards
Kea chicks boost Nelson Lakes kea population
Time to nominate for 2022 Stroke Awards
UNHCR regrets loss of life in Aegean Sea, with at least 31 dead and more missing
AFP warns of potential human trafficking spike as borders reopen
Record $1.1m compensation for survivor of abuse at Warminda Hostel
Tiny Jazz was sole survivor of her litter
Sad weekend death toll prompts parvo vaccination plea
Stories of South: Vineyard Alchemist
Triple cancer survivor finds sanctuary at our Lodges
Survivors, lawyers welcome end of legal loophole in SA child abuse claims
FIFA supports World Health Organization 16-day campaign to raise awareness on domestic violence
Improving National Redress Scheme 25 November
Australians are not FAST enough
Quality assurance of gender-based violence health services in Bangladesh
Second Interim Report – National Redress Scheme
Survivors, lawyers call for child abuse law reform to be prioritised in SA Parliament’s final sitting
Forty years later Garden Point abuse survivors get justice and formal apology
Janitorial culture of abuse documented by Worker Institute
Support for breast cancer awareness
Wearing pink for an important cause
End in sight for legal loophole in SA child abuse claims
Reform of NSW child sex abuse laws welcome
New family connection to historic paintings created by Nyungar children
Stride4Stroke motivates Mornington Peninsula stroke survivor