Report shows knives are most common murder weapon followed by guns, with alcohol and beatings a big factor

Fewer people are being murdered in Australia, with the nation’s homicide rate hitting an all-time record low.

The latest report of the national homicide monitoring program reveals there were 238 homicide incidents in Australia in 2013-14 compared with 307 deaths in 1989-90.

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