Action needed on DV
RECENT statistics show more than 60 women have met violent deaths this year; adult women who lost their lives to violence, domestic violence; if one person’s life is seen as cheap and insignificant, it cheapens and threatens the lives of us all.
Multiple millions of dollars have been wasted on the myth of anthropogenic climate change.
What about putting real money on the table to prevent and stop this heinous crime against women, children and the elderly?
Our new Prime Minister Scott Morrison needs to take this crime against humanity far more seriously and speak out about this unnecessary waste of human life.
A resounding no must come from all quarters of the community.
It is the responsibility of all citizens to prevent and turn around this senseless murder.
Women should have the right to leave or end a relationship without fear of reprisals or physical harm from former partners.
At present, this does not seem to be the case.
One life lost is one too many. The judiciary must set tougher sentences: You take a life, you go to jail for life, natural life. ROBERT MCBEATH Raceview