Fighting gender-based violence

Raising awareness for domestic violence are back, from left, Poetic Justice café owner Gayle Joyce, White Ribbon ambassador Martin Kennedy, Zonta members Pru Blackwell and front Beppy Gollan, president Pam Young and Val Mew, who are planning to paint Walker Place with splashes of orange as part of the upcoming United Nations 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence. PHOTO: Sara Gilligan

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Sara Gilligan


Sara Gilligan completed a Bachelor of Journalism and a Bachelor of Writing and Creative Communication at the University of South Australia in 2014. Sara grew up in the Adelaide Hills before moving to Waikerie in 2015 to pursue her journalism career at The Bunyip’s sister paper The River News. She transitioned to Renmark’s Murray Pioneer newspaper in 2017, where she enjoyed Riverland reporting, before becoming The Bunyip’s editor in November 2019. She enjoys covering local government and police/emergency services and is passionate about giving locals a voice on community issues.

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