Women share their stories about relationship violence

VIOLENCE in relationships is a fact of life for one in three Australian women. Some will die. Most will have their lives torn asunder.

Lisa Harnum, Reeva Steenkamp, Fiona Warzywoda, Kelly Thompson, Kim Hunt, Mayan Prasetyo are just some of the names we came to know after their deaths.

One Australian woman is killed by her partner each week. Meet the women who have opened up about their experiences with violence in the new tell-all book, Fury, inside Saturday's Weekend magazine.

Plus, how safe is your child on the internet?

Queensland Police specialist online child exploitation team, Taskforce Argos, arrests one online predator a week.

Australia's foremost cyber safety experts reveal the sickening statistics of cyber bullying and how you can protect your children.

Pick up Saturday's Weekend Bulletin for a feature covering these issues.

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Rocky woman alarmed at grave site mix-up

A cross and flowers that didn't belong to Amanda Riddock's grandmother was in the place of where they buried her months before.

Member of the public mistakenly placed items at wrong site

Stockland snake bite: Woman bitten near Rocky shopping centre

A woman was bitten by a snake near Stocklands Rockhampton, following a spate of snake bites during the hot weather. Pictured is an Eastern Brown.

A young woman is in hospital after the snake struck her foot

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