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New Zealand rugby stars pushing end to domestic violence

New Zealand rugby stars pushing end to domestic violence

Updated 28 November 2012, 11:37 AEST

A group of New Zealand's rugby stars have been touring the Cook Islands this week, speaking out against domestic violence.

They've been promoting the message 'Break the Silence end the Violence'. Their trip is part of New Zealand's Pacific Prevention of Domestic Violence Programme, which is using the rugby player's star power to help tackle domestic violence issues.

Presenter: Geraldine Coutts

Mahonri Schwalger, former Samoan national captain currently playing with the Chiefs.

Motu Matu'u, Hurricanes player

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