Fitzroy

Man hospitalised after stabbing on Napier Street, Fitzroy

A man is in hospital after being stabbed in Melbourne's inner-north on Thursday morning.

Man's jaw fractured, teeth knocked out in Fitzroy bashing

Patrick Hatch A man had his jaw fractured and teeth knocked out in a vicious assault in Melbourne's inner north, police say. 

Police hunt shoeless man over string of sexual assaults in Fitzroy North

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Patrick Hatch A shoeless man sexually assaulted three young women in just one hour in Melbourne's inner north last weekend, police believe.

Elderly man hospitalised after Fitzroy North house fire

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Goya Dmytryshchak An elderly man has been hospitalised after a suspicious blaze at his Fitzroy North home on Saturday.

Fire at Fitzroy North factory

Fire at Fitzory North factory

Anna Whitelaw A large factory fire has gutted a Fitzroy North warehouse.

Drugs, knives force closure of rooming house in Fitzroy

Aisha Dow The discovery of weapons and a suspected night-time ice drug trade has prompted the closure of a Fitzroy rooming house.

Fitzroy police under corruption probe, court told

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Adam Cooper Police officers suspended from duties at an inner-Melbourne station during a corruption probe are in the process of being disciplined by force command, a court has heard.

Vandals target Captain Cook's cottage in Fitzroy Gardens

Captain Cook's cottage

Caroline Zielinski A 259-year-old historical tribute to Australia's famous navigator, Captain James Cook, has been vandalised just two days before Australia Day.

Badly injured man found in Fitzroy

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Goya Dmytryshchak A man remains in hospital with life-threatening head injuries after being found in a Fitzroy street this morning.

Restaurant fire disrupts traffic in Fitzroy

Kristian Silva A restaurant fire has caused traffic chaos in the inner-city suburb of Fitzroy.

Taser thieves attack man in Fitzroy North

Attacked with a taser: Melbourne comedian Richard McKenzie.

Thieves used a taser to rob a 37-year-old man in Fitzroy North last night.

Detectives investigate Fitzroy death

Police have blocked traffic on Johnston Street, Fitzroy.

Benjamin Millar Homicide detectives are investigating the stabbing death of a 21-year-old Werribee man in the inner city.

Fitzroy stab victim chased through streets, court told

Stephen Cauchi The man accused of murdering Werribee man Shaun Wright in Fitzroy in the early hours of Sunday morning has appeared in the Melbourne Magistrates Court.

Four charged over Fitzroy Gardens attacks

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Thomas O'Byrne Four youths have been charged in relation to alleged assaults in the Fitzroy Gardens last month, which left one man with a fractured spine.

The Fitzroy faithful thrill at Cheap Kick's old-style skills

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Paul Daffey The Junction Oval in St Kilda has been a stage for football theatre since 1886 when the St Kilda Football Club began playing there.

Motorcyclist injured following police chase through Fitzroy

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Megan Levy and Benjamin Preiss A motorcyclist has been critically injured in a crash following a police pursuit in Melbourne’s inner north this afternoon, police say.

Fitzroy Stars enjoying their home-ground advantages

Fitzroy Stars elder Uncle Phil Cooper with, from back left, John Hayes, Lionel Proctor, Ruben Hudson, Simon Minton-Connell and Jason Kanoa.

Maris Beck Fitzroy Stars Aboriginal football club used to train on an old filled-up rubbish dump. This season, their luck is changing.

Fitzroy tailor shuts up shop

Tailor Tony Apidopoulis is to retire after working from his Smith St Fitzroy store since 1976. Photo by Craig Abraham

Craig Abraham spent Friday the 19th of August with tailor Tony Apidopoulis who is retiring after working in his Fitzroy store since 1976.

Fashion a pathway to new life for refugee

Carolyn Webb A refugee has told how a fashion social enterprise helped her find her feet in Australia after she was kidnapped and close relatives killed by militias in her native Sudan.

Drugged and speeding driver jailed for eight and half years

Mark Russell A heroin addict on parole travelling more than 80km/h an hour over the speed limit who rammed into a car driven by a pregnant woman and ran away has been jailed for eight years and six months.