Department sends location of hiding children to violent dad

A WOMAN has been forced to flee for her life a second time after a major bungle saw the Child Safety Department give her dangerous former partner her and her children's secret whereabouts.

The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, escaped the violent relationship in January, spending three days in a Bundaberg hospital for multiple fractures as her ex went on the run with two of their three sons for a week, aided by his family.

The man, who also cannot be named, is now in jail on remand as he awaits trial on 16 charges including three counts each of deprivation of liberty and torture, five counts of assault occasioning bodily harm, and strangulation.

Eleven days ago, he was sent paperwork by the Child Safety Department thrice naming the school the children attend, the name and organisation of their coun­sellor, and the local sports they play.

Read more at the Courier-Mail

Topics:  assault bundaberg hospital domestic violence editors picks school torture

News Corp Australia

International antique expert weighs in on CQ's best pieces

Paul Atterbury holds up one of Cherie's antiques as he explains some of its history to  the crowd at Rockhampton Girls Grammar School on Sunday.

BELOVED 'Antiques Roadshow' presenter shares knowledge with Rocky

Call out for questions for Shorten's Rocky town hall meeting

Bill Shorten attends a community forum in Rockhampton on August 15, 2016. He'll be back to answer more of your questions this Wednesday night.

The man who wants to be the next PM wants to answer your questions.

OPINION: Barnaby's affair has opened a can of worms

ROUGH SITUATION: Federal member for Capricornia Michelle Landry is still defending Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce. But for how much longer?

There's plenty of ramifications raised by the debacle.

Local Partners