A national domestic violence database would help police eradicate cross-border red tape and stop the steady flow of innocent mothers and children dying, experts believe.
The comments come after last week's horrific triple-murder/suicide, involving both NSW and Queensland when Paul Rogers murdered his ex-partner Tania Simpson and friend Antony Way on the Gold Coast, before abducting his five-year-old daughter Kyla and gassing himself and Kyla in his car just outside of Casino. Read More
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