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Hundreds walk against violence

pencil Posted 01st December 2022

Hundreds of members of the Port Macquarie-Hastings community wore white and took steps towards a safer community during the Coastal Walk Against Domestic and Family Violence on Sunday 27 November.


Liberty Links mobile outreach service

pencil Posted 03rd June 2022

The Liberty Links mobile outreach service was launched by Minister for Women’s Safety and the Prevention of Domestic and Sexual Violence Natalie Ward, providing domestic violence services to outlying communities in the region including Lake Cathie, Kew, Comboyne and Wauchope.


Liberty launches new branding

pencil Posted 27th May 2022

One of the highlights of Reconciliation Week 2022 was the launch of Liberty's new visual branding. The brand has been designed to work in with the ‘Galbaan Wakulda’ artwork created for us by local Aboriginal artist, Birrbay woman Angela Marr-Grogan.


Winners Community and Social Services Award

pencil Posted 13th May 2022

Liberty wins the Community and Social Services category in the Greater Port Macquarie Business Awards for the second time running.


Domestic and Family Violence Remembrance Day

pencil Posted 04th May 2022

The 18 Australian women who have lost their lives due to domestic violence this year were honoured at a solemn gathering at Town Beach on National Domestic Violence Remembrance Day, on Wednesday 4 May.


International Women’s Day supports Liberty once again

pencil Posted 11th April 2022

International Women's Day breakfast attendees support Liberty Family and Domestic Violence Specialist Services raising more than $12,000.


International Women’s Day Birpai event

pencil Posted 08th March 2022

Aboriginal women and women who work with Aboriginal women attended a lunch at the Birpai Local Aboriginal Land Council on Tuesday, March 8 as part of International Women's Day.


Butterflies for mental health

pencil Posted 26th November 2021

Liberty was proud to take part in the Butterflies for Mental Health campaign founded by local artist Ashley Whittington.


Coastal Walk Against Domestic and Family Violence 2021

pencil Posted 15th November 2021

The annual Coastal Walk Against Domestic and Family Violence returns this year, with community members invited to wear white and walk any part of the Coastal Walk from Lighthouse Beach to Westport Park on Sunday 28 November.

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