'We offered to help her': Landlords offered Shire Ali's wife refuge in months before attack 'We offered to help her': Landlords offered Shire Ali's wife refuge in months before attack

A family in Melbourne's north offered the wife of Hassan Khalif Shire Ali refuge after the couple separated. But then Shire Ali moved in.

Was Trolley Man making it worse?

A homeless hero who risked his life by attacking a terrorist with a trolley is copping a backlash from cynics who says his actions were dangerous.

Over $100k raised for homeless 'trolleyman' who helped police during Melbourne terror attack

Michael Rogers used a shopping trolley to ram Hassan Khalif Shire Ali.

A crowd-funding campaign has raised more than $100,000 for the brave bystander who attempted to stop the Bo...

A crowdfunding campaign for a homeless man who took on an attacker with a shopping trolley has now raised $110,000

Michael Rogers has had a tough life, spending time in and out of jail over the last 20 years for petty crimes, as well as battling substance abuse. But now he’s been hailed as a national hero for using a shopping trolley to take on an attacker in Melbourne’s Bourke Street on Friday afternoon.

Cash pours in for homeless hero from Melbourne

The man dubbed 'trolley man' had used a shopping cart to halt last week's deadly lone wolf terror attack in Melbourne. Now he is being unexpectedly rewarded by grateful citizens.

Attack doesn't stop thousands from attending Aussie WWI memorial

World News - MELBOURNE: Thousands of people attended memorial services across Melbourne to mark the centenary of the Armistice ending World War One, shrugging off heightened security after Friday's attack in Australia's second largest city which police branded... Read more at www.tnp.sg

State funeral offer for iconic restaurateur killed in Bourke Street terror attack

Restaurateur Sisto Malaspina, killed in the Bourke Street terror attack, to be honoured with a state funeral.

Karl arcs up at ‘politically correct’ terror response

Karl Stefanovic has launched a scathing attack on the “timid” critics who wanted police to refrain from shooting a knife-wielding terrorist.

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