AN alarming increase in the already existing pandemic of domestic violence will be the focus of several Gawler awareness events across 16 days of action.
A POWERFUL new State Government advertising campaign is urging South Australians to help “break the cycle” of domestic abuse.
ANYONE can be a victim of domestic violence, regardless of race, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation, economic status or gender.
I MET my ex-wife about 10 years ago and the DV was from her.
WHILE the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the region in various ways, it has potentially increased the risk to women and children suffering domestic and family violence.
IT took four years of red flags, reoccurring family violence and then a bucket- load of courage for Lydia* to leave her husband.
OVER 24 years, Gawler South woman Amanda* lost her identity to a toxic relationship.
LOCALS united in Gawler last Thursday to remember domestic violence victims slain at the hands of their current or former partners.