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Australian domestic violence campaigner and the 2015 Australian of the Year

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Rosie Batty: Australian domestic violence campaigner and the 2015 Australian of the Year
Rosemary Anne "Rosie" Batty, is an Australian domestic violence campaigner and the 2015 Australian of the Year. Her role as a campaigner began in 2014 after her 11-year-old son Luke Batty was murdered by his father Greg Anderson.

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Pauline Hanson should be replaced on family law inquiry, Rosie Batty says

Anti-family violence campaigner Rosie Batty wants Senator Pauline Hanson replaced on the panel for an inquiry into Australia's family law system.
SBS - Published

Batty wants Hanson off family law inquiry

Leading anti-family violence campaigner Rosie Batty wants Senator Pauline Hanson to step aside from an inquiry into Australia's family law system.
SBS - Published

Rosie Batty wants Senator Pauline Hanson replaced on family law inquiry

Leading anti-family violence campaigner Rosie Batty wants Senator Pauline Hanson to step aside from an inquiry into Australia's family law system.
SBS - Published

Rosie Batty, lawyers push for family law reform as fresh inquiry looms

Family violence campaigner Rosie Batty and womenโ€™s legal services from across Australia have joined forces to call for reform of the family law system.
The Age - Published

CFMMEU heavyweights back Setka, strongly deny Batty criticism

The CFMMEU's national leadership has thrown its support behind John Setka and accused members of "treachery" for leaking reported remarks about Rosie Batty.
The Age - Published

Rosie Batty joins Melbourne hospital board

Anti-family violence campaigner Rosie Batty has been appointed to the board of Melbourne's Royal Women's Hospital.
SBS - Published

John Setka resists ACTU call to resign

Construction union boss John Setka is resisting a call from the ACTU's secretary Sally McManus for him to resign over controversial comments about Rosie Batty.
SBS - Published

CFMEU boss John Setka won't resign, says Rosie Batty reports are 'fabricated'

Victorian union official John Setka is reportedly refusing to stand down from his CFMEU role as he accuses the ALP of 'dirty politics' for moving to expel him.
SBS - Published

Key quotes from John Setka statement

John Setka says he will remain as CFMMEU Victorian secretary, after he was suspended from the Labor Party over reported comments about campaigner Rosie Batty.
SBS - Published

Batty hopes Setka will learn from backlash

The controversy involving a senior Victorian union official is a chance for Australians to continue talking about domestic violence, advocate Rosie Batty says.
SBS - Published

'It's an outright lie': Setka responds to calls for his expulsion

The Labor membership of Victorian union official John Setka is likely to be ripped up after he criticised anti-domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batty.
SBS - Published

'I don't want him': Albanese moves to expel union leader John Setka over Rosie Batty attack

The Labor membership of Victorian union official John Setka is likely to be ripped up after he criticised anti-domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batt.
SBS - Published

Doug Cameron demands union boss resign over Rosie Batty attack

Retiring Labor senator Doug Cameron has demanded that Victorian union official John Setka resign after reportedly criticising Rosie Batty.
SBS - Published

Outgoing senator demands union boss resign

Retiring Labor senator Doug Cameron has demanded that Victorian union official John Setka resign after reportedly criticising Rosie Batty.
SBS - Published

Queen's Birthday Honours list: Hugh Jackman, Kevin Rudd, Rosie Batty among honoured

Former prime minister Kevin Rudd and ABC chair Ita Buttrose are among 12 Australians receiving the top Queen's Birthday honour this year.
SBS - Published

Rosie Batty honoured for tackling violence

Family violence campaigner Rosie Batty may have stepped away from her public role but Australians continue to honour her advocacy for victims of violence.
SBS - Published

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