As women despair over the killing of Aiia Maasarwe and men despair over the Gillette advert, journalist SHERELE MOODY says it's time to get some perspective.
Emotional abuse should be illegal and the worst perpetrators should go to jail. writes journalist SHERELE MOODY.
After spending another year counting dead Australians, I can honestly say I feel hopeless.
The NRL supports White Ribbon and Our Watch so its decision to keep formerly violent footy stars on-field is rank hypocrisy, writes journalist SHERELE MOODY
Social media wins and fails as we farewell the year Scott Morrison knifed Peter Dutton and Malcolm Turnbull to become Australia's fair dinkum daggiest dad PM
AS SOME people turn domestic violence killer John Edwards into a Family Court martyr, SHERELE MOODY says it's important not to lose sight of Olga and her kids.
Women make up a quarter of Queensland’s drink-drivers, but the proportion is higher in certain areas.
Think before you share that photo of an accused child abuser. Journalist SHERELE MOODY says social media vigilantism is widespread but it has to stop.
WHILE blokes are the main boozy perpetrators of DUI offences in our region, women do account for 30 per cent of offenders.
More money, more cars lead to increase in female drink-drivers but men dominate our region's DUI statistics
News Corp journalist Sherele Moody started her career in the media more than 25 years ago. She reports across a broad range of topics including and has an extensive background in data analysis and statistics-based journalism. She also specialises in opinion and feature writing on gendered violence and women’s issues. Sherele is the recipient of the 2018 BandT Women in Media Social Change Maker Award and has multiple Clarion and Walkley Our Watch journalism excellence awards for her work reducing violence against women and children. She is the founder of The RED HEART Campaign and the creator of the Femicide Australia Map.