Domestic Violence Laws To Get Tougher

Domestic Violence Laws To Get Tougher

Victorian men and women found guilty of breaking family-violence orders or trying to strangle their partners will be slapped with mandatory jail sentences under a new Coalition plan, as the scourge of domestic abuse emerges as a battleground election issue. The...
How Technology Is Used To Commit Family Violence

How Technology Is Used To Commit Family Violence

Almost all Australian women in domestic and family violence situations have suffered technology-facilitated abuse, according to Australia’s eSafety commissioner. In 98 per cent of cases, current or former partners have employed technology to abuse, harass, control or...
Does Being Rich Increase Your Risk of Divorce?

Does Being Rich Increase Your Risk of Divorce?

Does your socioeconomic status really have a large part to play when it comes to your risk of divorce? Research shows that there are a number of factors that will increase your risk of divorce, and money is one major issue. Money is the leading cause of stress in a...
How Gaming Can Lead To Divorce

How Gaming Can Lead To Divorce

At least 200 couples in the United Kingdom filed for divorce in 2018 while citing addiction to online survival game “Fortnite” and other online games as one of the reasons for their parting of ways, according to Divorce Online, a U.K. company that offers...
New Tools To Tackle Domestic Violence

New Tools To Tackle Domestic Violence

The Liberal Coalition says that if it is elected in Victoria in November, Victoria Police will be given new powers to issue intervention orders on the spot in domestic violence situations. Currently police can only issue a temporary safety notice in domestic violence...