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Wollongong lays dozens of roses in memory of the women killed this year

Natalie Croxon
Updated November 27 2023 - 7:38pm, first published 5:45pm
Sally Stevenson, executive director of the Illawarra Women's Health Centre, with some of the roses that represent the women lost to domestic violence. Picture by Sylvia Liber
Sally Stevenson, executive director of the Illawarra Women's Health Centre, with some of the roses that represent the women lost to domestic violence. Picture by Sylvia Liber

Illawarra residents have been called to take action against gender-based violence at a solemn vigil in Wollongong that saw 60 roses laid out in memory of women lost to violence.

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Natalie Croxon

Natalie Croxon

Journalist

Reporter at the Illawarra Mercury, mostly covering social affairs. Previously of the Bendigo Advertiser, Northern Daily Leader and Quirindi Advocate. Our Watch award winner.

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