Domestic violence resource 'A Right to Be Heard' now available to Murraylands survivors

Peri Strathearn
By Peri Strathearn
Updated August 26 2016 - 6:13am, first published 4:59am

The answers to every question a woman or bystander might have about domestic violence lie in a booklet launched in Murray Bridge on Friday.

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Peri Strathearn

Peri Strathearn

Senior journalist, The Murray Valley Standard

Alter ego of uke player Barney Rebel. E-cyclist, Leafs fan, Uniting churchgoer, consumer of baked goods, dad of two girls.