By JOHN MENADUE | 9 July 2018
Last week in Sydney we saw the tragic death of two teenagers as a result of domestic violence. We know that over 12 months on average one woman is killed every week in Australia by a current or former partner.
Yet national effort and resources are directed overwhelmingly to counter terrorism where in the last decade only three people in Australia have been killed.
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