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NSW Parliament passes reform boosting protection for counsellors and support for victims
Report shows drug court reduces reoffending
Domestic violence training for community and religious leaders
New birth certificate gives adopted people choice
Reform to protect counsellors and support victims
COVID-19: video tech signing of legal forms to continue
Finding forever families for foster kids
CSNSW officers enable 100,000 family video visits for inmates
Child protection caseworkers go mobile
Applications open for youth project funding
Supporting veterans’ families in Legacy Week
New NCAT facility for Parramatta
Trims tints and domestic violence training
NSW pays tribute on 75th anniversary of VP Day
Easier hospital access for domestic violence victims
A fine time to pay online and other court upgrades
NSW first to pass national defamation reforms
What are we doing about homelessness in Byron Shire?
New birth certificates to recognise adoption
NSW Police Force launch Missing Persons Week 2020
Review of penalties for attacks on Police and emergency workers
Nation agrees to NSW-led defamation revolution
NSW prisons – a day in life
Security upgrade for NSW’s busiest court
Covid-19 $15.6M boost to legal support services
Pawsome discount on new best friend for seniors
Enhanced protections for Aboriginal children and young people in care
New strategy to future-proof volunteering
Bushfires: $5 million boost for free legal help
State’s social housing set to surge
COVID-19 Expanded juries for shorter trials
New Chair for Law and Justice Foundation
Securing housing for homeless
Joining forces to stop scourge of domestic violence
Changes to speed up payments to victims of crime
A fairer fines system – protecting NSW’s most vulnerable people
Campaign urges domestic violence survivors to speak out
Driver with unrestrained child in SUV blows 0.175 at Goulburn
Help put a stop to abuse of older people
Landmark program to break cycle of rough sleeping
Landmark child abuse reforms pass Parliament
Serena’s Stepping Into story – Invisible but there, not all disabilities can be seen
Expanded Griffith refuge to support domestic violence victims
Domestic violence survivors share their stories
COVID-19 funding to boost domestic violence support
Breaking cycle of homelessness
Important inmate-family links maintained during CV-19
COVID-19 Safety paramount as District Court jury trials resume