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My Story, My Time

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My Story, My Time

This important program has brought together a team of inspirational Western Australian women to share their personal experiences as survivors of domestic and family violence. By empowering women to share their story we aim to change how family violence is reported in the media and talked about in the community.

These women are prepared to share their story and speak about their experiences – with the media and the community. Their stories have the power to drive change. To engage them, or find out more about the program, contact us

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Connection and courage the key for Sheree

A serious health issue forced pre-primary educator Sheree Lucas Neto out of the classroom last year so she had already adjusted to life at home when COVID-19 arrived. But, like...

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Climbing mountains to a new life

If there is one thing that Tinashe has learned about herself during COVID-19, is that she truly is a people person and someone who knows the importance of open communication....

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Broadcasting a message of happiness and hope

As a successful community health advocate, broadcaster and public speaker, people could be forgiven for thinking Katherine Houareau has lived a charmed life. But after surviving five suicide attempts, years...

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Finding bubbles of joy in everyday life

Housework and soap are the unlikely highlights in Azelene Williams’ life right now – and it has nothing to do with protecting her family from coronavirus.

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