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Relationships website 'one-sided', says men's group

A complaint has been made to the South Australian Ombudsman about a State Government website promoting healthy relationships.

Men's Health Australia says the Don't Cross the Line website has misleading and one-sided information.

SA Minister for the Status of Women Gail Gago admits a review of the site found transcription errors and problems with how it used statistics about violence by men against women.

Greg Andresen from Men's Health Australia says the website also fails to mention violence against males.

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