Domestic abuse victims in the UK are three times more likely to develop severe mental illnesses, new research suggests.
A domestic abuse survivor told Prime Minister Theresa May her support “makes a world of difference” as she visited a charity helping women and children.
The Prime Minister has vowed to end the postcode lottery for those fleeing domestic abuse.
A domestic abuse survivor has said courts need to “step up” in tackling the problem as she called for judges to be retrained.
Arlene Foster has appealed for new laws to tackle domestic abuse in Northern Ireland.
Scotland’s new domestic abuse law has been welcomed by the son of a woman who killed her husband after being psychologically abused.
“Groundbreaking” new domestic abuse laws have come into force in Scotland.
A victim of domestic violence from the north-east has thanked those who helped her through the ordeal from the bottom of her heart.
The introduction of new domestic abuse legislation next week will be a “landmark moment” for Scotland, the First Minister has said.
A new law making psychological or emotional maltreatment a form of domestic abuse is likely to lead to a rise in cases going to court, Scotland’s top law officer has said.
Domestic abuse in the north-east has risen by 40% in the past 10 years, with more than 12 incidents reported per day across the region.
Police officers, teachers and mental health workers in Aberdeen are to receive mandatory training on how to spot victims of forced marriage.
A programme helping men convicted of domestic abuse to change their behaviour is to improve, as figures revealed less then a third of Aberdeen men who started the course finished it.
Three men have been charged in connection with alleged domestic abuse offences following a crackdown on violence in the North-east.
A TOTAL of 23 people were taken into custody over the weekend in relation to domestic abuse incidents.
A UNIQUE scheme to help those affected by domestic abuse will be in operation in Aberdeen over the festive period.
A DOMESTIC abuse scheme which aims to cut offending was being rolled out across Scotland from today.
TWO men are expected to appear at court after a domestic abuse operation by police.
PEOPLE across the country will have the chance to check if their partner has a history of domestic violence after a successful trial in Aberdeen.