Upper Hunter Homeless Support holds vigils across five towns for domestic violence awareness

By Mathew Perry
Updated May 10 2022 - 5:37am, first published 5:36am
Scone Vigil
VIGIL: (L-R) Lyndall Gunning, Councillor De-anne Douglas, Marina Lee-Warner, Una Garland, Councillor Darryl Marshall and Upper Hunter MP Dave Layzell at a candlelight vigil for domestic violence awareness in Muswellbrook on Wednesday, May 4 2022. Picture: Mathew Perry

Candlelight vigils were held across the Upper Hunter on Wednesday, May 4, in an effort to 'shine a light' on domestic violence.



Mathew Perry


Journalist covering the Upper Hunter region of New South Wales for the Muswellbrook Chronicle, Singleton Argus, Scone Advocate, Hunter Valley News and occasionally the Newcastle Herald.