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Kerri McAuley

Donating a little can have a huge impact – that is the message from a journalist and domestic abuse charity patron who is backing our campaign in memory of a murdered Norwich mother.

A Norwich MP is set to highlight the case of the brutal murder of Norwich woman Kerri McAuley when she meets the new domestic violence minister.

The man convicted of the brutal murder of his former partner Kerri McAuley is to have his appeal against sentence heard.

The mother of a woman who was brutally murdered by her ex-partner has told of her delight after a fundraising campaign launched in her memory raised more than £1,500 in its first week.

Kind-hearted builders have helped boost a campaign to kit out a new refuge in memory of a murdered Norwich woman - by digging deep into their pockets.

A plea is being issued to businesses in Norwich and across Norfolk to help us raise £10,000 in memory of a woman who was brutally murdered by her violent former partner.

Plans for a garden to be created at a new refuge in memory of a Norwich woman who was brutally murdered by her former partner have been warmly welcomed by her mother.

Money raised for our campaign in memory of Kerri McAuley is not just buying household objects and appliances - it is helping to provide a vital escape route for victims of domestic abuse.

Together we can do it for Kerri. That is the emphatic message from the friends of Kerri McAuley who are backing a campaign to help raise £10,000 for domestic abuse charity Leeway in memory of the much-loved mother-of-two.

She was a caring, fun loving girl with a heart of gold who was killed in the most horrific way imaginable.

The family of Kerri McAuley who was brutally murdered by serial abuser Joe Storey have called on you to help raise £10,000 to help other victims in her memory.

A Norwich MP has vowed to ensure the new domestic violence minister comes to Norwich to find out more about the brutal murder of Kerri McAuley at the hands of a serial abuser.

The family of a woman who was brutally murdered by a serial abuser has been told that her death would not be in vain.

The family of a woman who was brutally murdered by her former partner has welcomed proposed new measures designed to tackle domestic violence outlined in the Queen’s Speech.

In nearly two decades of journalism few stories have been as heartbreaking to read and cover as the brutal murder of Kerri McAuley.

The heartbroken family of domestic violence victim Kerri McAuley today made this demand - “change the law before it happens again”.

I am Lesley McAuley, the mother of Kerri McAuley whose life was brutally ended at the hands of Joe Storey on January 8th 2017. This day forever changed my life and the lives of everybody who knew and loved my daughter.

Joe Storey will serve a minimum of 24 years in jail after being found guilty of murdering his former partner Kerri McAuley following a “sustained and brutal” attack in her Norwich home.

A Norwich man is due to be sentenced today after being found guilty of murdering his former partner following a “sustained and brutal” attack in her own home.

The “failings” that meant a convicted killer was not in court to attend his sentencing hearing for the brutal murder of a Norwich mother of two have added to the sense of grief and loss suffered by the victim’s family.

He claimed to have panicked after attacking “on-off” partner Kerri McAuley but Joe Storey is a cold, self-centred and callous killer who knew exactly what he was capable of - and what the fatal consequences would be.

The sentencing of a man convicted of the brutal murder of a Norwich mother of two has had to be adjourned because the killer told prison bosses he did not need to attend the hearing in person.

The devastated family of murdered mother-of-two Kerri McAuley have bravely spoken out to try and prevent future tragedies.

Joe Storey has been found guilty of the murder of his former partner Kerri McAuley.

The mother of a woman brutally murdered by her former partner said her family will be “forever broken” by her death.

The jury in the trial of a man accused of murdering his former partner Kerri McAuley has retired to consider its verdict.

A man accused of murdering his partner said he just panicked after attacking her in her flat - but claimed he never intended to kill her.

Traumatic injuries inflicted on Kerri McAuley before she died included strangulation and multiple blows to her face, a leading pathologist has told the trial of former partner Joe Storey.

A jury trying a man accused of the murder of a Norwich mother of two have heard a series of text messages in which she described how she had a “broken face” and was “broken inside”.

A man accused of the murder of his partner Kerri McAuley called a friend in a hysterical state to say that she was “hurt”, a court has heard.

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