Hurricanes hit Vanuatu campaigning against domestic violence

Members of New Zealand’s Hurricanes rugby union team will visit Vanuatu to spread a message against domestic violence.

Professional Development Manager for the Hurricanes, Steve Symonds says the program will help support local law enforcement and challenge the resilience of the players themselves. Listen to interview

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