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Candlelight vigil for 'sweetest person' Eurydice Dixon planned for Princes Park

Sydney Morning Herald Friday, 15 June 2018
Candlelight vigil for 'sweetest person' Eurydice Dixon planned for Princes ParkA vigil has been organised in Princes Park on Monday night to honour the aspiring comedian and protest violence against women.
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News video: Large Crowd Gathers in Melbourne in Memory of Comedian Eurydice Dixon

Large Crowd Gathers in Melbourne in Memory of Comedian Eurydice Dixon 02:32

Vigils were held across Australia on June 18 in memory of comedian Eurydice Dixon, who was killed in the early hours of June 13 as she made her way home from a stand-up gig in Melbourne’s CBD.The 22-year-old’s body was found by a passer-by in Princes Park in North Carlton, about half a...

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