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'I got him but he didn't go down': Trolley Man tells how he rammed Bourke Street attacker
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'I got him but he didn't go down': Trolley Man tells how he rammed Bourke Street attacker

The man hailed as a hero for ramming the knife-wielding Bourke Street attacker with a supermarket trolley has described how he acted instinctively.

  • by Goya Dmytryshchak & Nicole Precel

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Day three: What we know so far of the Bourke Street terror attack

Day three: What we know so far of the Bourke Street terror attack

This is what we know so far about the terror attack on Bourke Street that saw a knife-wielding man kill one person and injure two others.

  • by Henrietta Cook & Goya Dmytryshchak
Day two: the Bourke Street terror attack: what we know so far

Day two: the Bourke Street terror attack: what we know so far

A suspected terrorist is dead after going on a stabbing rampage in Bourke Street that left one man dead and two injured.

  • by Henrietta Cook & Goya Dmytryshchak
Mother and son killed, three other family members critical in crash near Rutherglen
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Mother and son killed, three other family members critical in crash near Rutherglen

Detectives are investigating the horror smash on the Murray Valley Highway. Two motorcyclists have also died in separate crashes.

  • by Tammy Mills & Goya Dmytryshchak
Tributes flow for Earthcore founder Spiro Boursine who died at Melbourne bar

Tributes flow for Earthcore founder Spiro Boursine who died at Melbourne bar

Spiro Boursine died in police custody after he was held down by patrons at a Melbourne bar in the early hours of Saturday morning.

  • by Goya Dmytryshchak & Chloe Booker
Investigation underway into SKM recycling centre fire in South Geelong
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Investigation underway into SKM recycling centre fire in South Geelong

Firefighters battled to control a blaze at an SKM recycling centre in Geelong on Saturday.

  • by Goya Dmytryshchak & David Estcourt
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Despair at Fed Square: Subdued Dees fans view Eagles clash

Despair at Fed Square: Subdued Dees fans view Eagles clash

Hundreds of Dees faithful flocked to Federation Square to cheer on their team as they battled the West Coast Eagles in Perth for a chance to play Collingwood for the flag.

  • by Joe Hinchliffe & Goya Dmytryshchak
Sore throats, stinging eyes, coughing: Residents feel ill weeks after West Footscray fire

Sore throats, stinging eyes, coughing: Residents feel ill weeks after West Footscray fire

Migraines were something Yarraville mum Juanita McLaren and her son Tibor, 12, had never experienced until two weeks ago.

  • by Rachael Dexter & Goya Dmytryshchak
Missing Glenroy boy found safe and well

Missing Glenroy boy found safe and well

The hunt for a missing seven-year-old boy who was last seen with his scooter in Melbourne's north has ended.

  • by Rachael Dexter & Goya Dmytryshchak
Police officers assaulted in Richmond

Police officers assaulted in Richmond

Two police officers were taken to hospital after being assaulted in Richmond on Saturday afternoon.

  • by Goya Dmytryshchak
Man dies after car veers off highway at Craigieburn

Man dies after car veers off highway at Craigieburn

A man has died in hospital after crashing his car at Craigieburn on Saturday night.

  • by Goya Dmytryshchak