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.

Bourke Street attack: Scott Morrison slams 'lame excuse' for Hassan Khalif Shire Ali Scott Morrison slams 'lame excuse' for Bourke Street terrorist

The Prime Minister said community leaders should accept the attack was due in part to "extreme Islam" that had radicalised Shire Ali and not mental health, after the killer's family claimed Shire Ali was 'crying for help'.

Top Vic police stand by terror monitoring

Top Victorian police maintain a Melbourne terrorist showed no particularly concerning behaviour before he launched a deadly attack in the CBD.

‘This is the real Melbourne’: Maj. Brendan Nottle’s emotional message on Bourke St

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

Michael Rogers, 46, lept into action when Hassan Khalif Shire Ali went on his crazed rampage in the Australian city

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.

Aust needs anti-terror rapid response unit

The federal government is calling on Islamic leaders to call out extremism in their communities in the wage of last Friday's terrorist attack in Melbourne.

Donations flow in for Melbourne attack's 'Trolley Man'

A homeless man who used a shopping trolley to fend off a knife-wielding attacker as he stabbed at police in Melbourne has been unexpectedly rewarded by grateful citizens who had donated more than A$50,000 (£28,000) by Sunday evening to help him.

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