Updated at 2.39pm: Secretary for Health, Welfare and Food York Chow Yat-ngok said on Tuesday the bureau would deploy more resources to districts that reported higher levels of domestic violence. His comments came a day after an independent group reported its investigation into the murder-suicides of a Tin Shui Wai family in April. The three-member group was set up after the tragedy. A woman and her two children were killed hours after seeking police protection from her husband. The husband later committed suicide. The group made 25 recommendations including closer co-ordination between government departments and social service groups, as well as better training and education for social workers. Dr Chow said the government would consider the recommendations and offer more resources to 'high-risk areas' such as Tin Shui Wai. It would provide more assistance to social workers to help cope with different situations, he said. The health minister said family violence would not be tolerated; children must be protected from family disputes.