White Ribbon Day

Lesley Elliott supports anti-violence riders

Lesley Elliott supports anti-violence riders

White ribbons fluttered on the black leather jackets of the motorcycle riders who roared up to St Paul's Cathedral yesterday morning.

Confession timing 'very poignant'

Confession timing 'very poignant'

It was "very poignant" Brad Callaghan admitted murdering his former girlfriend, Carmen Thomas, on White Ribbon Day, New Zealand Police Commissioner Peter Marshall told the Otago Daily Times in Queenstown on Friday.

Ribbon ride arrives

About 15 men and women dressed in black leather arrived at Remarkables Park yesterday, all wearing white ribbons, honouring their vow never to condone or conceal violence against women or children.

Suspect abuse? You can help.

Suspect abuse? You can help.

This Friday is White Ribbon Day, when New Zealanders, particularly men, are encouraged to take a stand against family violence.

Men with all sorts of issues visit Stopping Violence Dunedin

Men from all walks of life with all sorts of stories about violence walk through the doors of Stopping Violence Dunedin every day.

Proof of the power to change

Proof of the power to change

To mark this week's White Ribbon Day, the Otago Daily Times is running a series on Dunedin people's experiences with family violence. Ellie Constantine investigates.

'He virtually dragged me down to nothing'

'He virtually dragged me down to nothing'

To mark White Ribbon Day today, the Otago Daily Times is running a series on Dunedin people's experiences with family violence. Ellie Constantine investigates.

Admitting abuse first step to real happiness

Admitting abuse first step to real happiness

To mark White Ribbon Day tomorrow, the Otago Daily Times is running a series on Dunedin people's experiences with family violence. Debbie Porteous investigates.

50 family violence reports each week in Otago

50 family violence reports each week in Otago

To mark White Ribbon Day, this Thursday, the Otago Daily Times is running a series on Dunedin people's experiences with family violence. Today we look at the numbers. Over the week we will report the real stories from people living in our community. Debbie Porteous investigates.

Backing White Ribbon

Backing White Ribbon

The Highlanders rugby team is providing another vehicle to drive home the message that family violence is not acceptable, by teaming up with the White Ribbon campaign.

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