Shortland Street tackles domestic violence as Warner ‘golden boy’ loses it

Shortland Street tackles domestic violence as Warner ‘golden boy’ loses it

Shortland Street's writing team drew on research and personal experience when crafting their domestic violence storyline, including consulting with Shine. Shine’s Holly Carrington congratulated Shortland Street for "shining a light" on the issue of domestic violence. She said that by involving two doctors the storyline highlighted that domestic violence could be experienced or perpetrated by people of any socio-economic status.

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“Since I came to Shine's refuge I felt safe. The staff members are very welcoming and supportive. I know I have a place where I can feel safe and call home. The staff at Shine always help me with the things I need. They are amazing. THANK YOU. ” a Shine refuge client