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True colours: Police prosecutor Sgt Alan Dean, who has seen many cases of domestic violence, addressed the crowd before joining the march.
True colours: Police prosecutor Sgt Alan Dean, who has seen many cases of domestic violence, addressed the crowd before joining the march.

An eerie silence swept across Geraldton’s foreshore on Friday when more than 100 people remembered victims killed to domestic violence.

Twenty-two balloons were released in memory of those killed in Western Australia from domestic violence in the past 12 months.

This figure includes children who have died.

Full story in today's print edition.

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