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‘Another one lost to us, an outstanding, passionate person’

By JULIUS DENNIS There were dark clouds over Alice Springs yesterday afternoon, as the sound of wailing and scraping of gum leaves on cement rounded...

Council: DV, parks, streets, The Hub and confidentiality

By JULIUS DENNIS With the current council’s term drawing a close, the back end of last night’s council meeting turned to what "the 13th" can...

Listen to the experts: town camp women on DV

 

 

Their lived experience is what makes them the experts; they know the good ways to work, they have the knowledge, the stories and the resilience to share. KIERAN FINNANE reports.

Financial empowerment for women: National Labor's policy

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Two Aboriginal women from the Territory, on opposite sides of the political fence, may be in the next Federal Parliament. The race is on to make a difference on domestic violence, ERWIN CHLANDA reports. Photos: The CLP candidate Jacinta Price (left) and Labor's Senator Malarndirri McCarthy (right).  

Offenders bailed to 'country': An option, says police

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Trouble makers' bail could include sending them to their communities, says Police Commissioner Kershaw (pictured with Commander, Domestic and Personal Violence Command, Kris Evans and Acting Commander Bradley Currie (centre). ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Town camp women stand against violence

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“We are not just numbers,” was the message at today's march against violence, led by town camp women. KIERAN FINNANE reports.

NPY women forging their path to change

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Resting on Aboriginal cultural authority and sound corporate management in partnership with non-Aboriginal people, they are fired by strength of purpose and consistency over many years, says their award-winning CEO Andrea Mason. KIERAN FINNANE reports.

Domestic violence: where services go, reporting follows

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A big jump in outreach clients includes women from remote communities as well as as young women under 18 years, the youngest being just 13. KIERAN FINNANE reports.

Alice councillor tells nation's media about Aboriginal brutality

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Crimes against women and children are perpetrated behind a cloak of silence, are excused on the grounds of traditional culture and have the tacit approval of politically correct whites, Jacinta Price (pictured) tells National Press Club. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

Top female police officer takes new role

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The role, in Territory Families, brings together domestic violence, child protection and youth justice under one coordinated umbrella.

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