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Gargasoulas trying to set up social media account from prison

Bourke Street mass murderer James Gargasoulas has been trying to set up a social media account from inside prison in a bid to justify his actions and argue he should be released.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Review: Ishizuka offers an immersive taste of Japan, once you can find it

Hidden down the corridor in the basement of an apartment building in Bourke Street, Ishizuka offers the intricate tastes of traditional Japanese kaiseki cuisine
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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Students take part in climate change protest on streets of Melbourne [Video]Students take part in climate change protest on streets of Melbourne

Thousands of students across major Australian took to the streets to take part in climate change protests on Friday, November 30. Students skipped school to highlight what they are calling..

Credit: Newsflare     Duration: 00:41Published

Melbourne Car Attacker Found Guilty [Video]Melbourne Car Attacker Found Guilty

CNN reports driver of a car which plowed into pedestrians on a busy street in central Melbourne in January 2017 has been found guilty of six counts of murder. A jury in the Australian city deliberated..

Credit: Wochit News     Duration: 00:48Published

Crowds Gather as Melbourne Cafe Reopens After Owner Killed in Knife Attack [Video]Crowds Gather as Melbourne Cafe Reopens After Owner Killed in Knife Attack

Mountains of flowers and crowds of people filled Pellegrino’s Espresso Bar in Melbourne when the cafe reopened on Tuesday, November 13, after owner Sisto Malaspina was killed in a knife attack..

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Man Shot by Police After Knife Attack and Car Explosion in Melbourne [Video]Man Shot by Police After Knife Attack and Car Explosion in Melbourne

A man waving a knife was shot by police on Melbourne’s Bourke Street on Friday, November 9, shortly after a car explosion prompted police to lock down the street. Victoria Police issued a..

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 00:37Published

Footage shows car in flames as one dead, two injured following stabbing in Melbourne CBD [Video]Footage shows car in flames as one dead, two injured following stabbing in Melbourne CBD

Three people were stabbed, one fatally, following a car explosion in the Central Business District of Melbourne on November 9. According to media, witnesses said they heard a loud explosion and saw..

Credit: Newsflare     Duration: 00:39Published

Huge Crowd Forms Outside Police Cordon on Bourke Street, Melbourne [Video]Huge Crowd Forms Outside Police Cordon on Bourke Street, Melbourne

Thousands of shoppers and pedestrians at Bourke Street, Melbourne, were held back by police after a car burst into flames and several people were stabbed in the popular shopping precinct. This video..

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 01:38Published

 

Myer and David Jones rush to reinvent themselves before it's too late

Myer boss John King needn't have gone further than the entrance to its store in Melbourne's Bourke Street Mall to realise his huge task ahead.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Victims slam Melbourne massacre sentence

Melbourne's Bourke Street killer James Gargasoulas has been jailed for at least 46 years but his victims' families say the sentence is "not harsh enough".
SBS - Published

Bourke Street victims' families say Gargasoulas 46-year minimum sentence 'not harsh enough'

Melbourne rampage killer James Gargasoulas was given six life sentences but will be eligible for parole in 2063, a jail term which some victims' families have called "not harsh enough".
SBS - Published

Gargasoulas should never be free: families

Melbourne's Bourke Street killer James Gargasoulas has been jailed for at least 46 years but his victims' families say the sentence is "not harsh enough".
SBS - Published

Melbourne's Bourke street attacker Gargasoulas receives life sentence

Melbourne rampage killer James Gargasoulas has been sentenced to life with a non-parole period of 46 years over the deaths of six pedestrians.
SBS - Published

'Callous and cowardly': Gargasoulas gets life for Bourke St massacre

Bourke Street killer James Gargasoulas has been sentenced to life in prison with a non-parole period of 46 years for the Bourke St massacre.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

Gargasoulas faces at least 46 years in prison for Bourke St massacre

Bourke Street killer James Gargasoulas has been sentenced to life in prison with a non-parole period of 46 years for the Bourke St massacre.
The Age - Published

Melbourne's Bourke street attacker to be jailed

Melbourne rampage killer James Gargasoulas is set to learn his term of imprisonment for murdering six pedestrians and injuring dozens more.
SBS - Published

'Colourful symbol': Rainbow crossing returns to Sydney in time for Mardi Gras

The curved and coloured crossing at the Bourke Street side of Taylor Square opened to traffic on Friday.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Trolley man' gets a break after magistrate backs 'inherent goodness'

A magistrate has shown Michael Rogers mercy, giving him a further 12 days in jail in the hope his bravery in Bourke Street last year will be a circuit-breaker.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'I'm not evil': Gargasoulas takes stand, blames state for his murders

Bourke Street killer James Gargasoulas claims he is not evil and was himself a victim of "government oppression" before he ran down dozens of pedestrians in a stolen car.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Dad's grief over baby son's rampage death

The bereaved loved ones of Melbourne's Bourke Street massacre have continued telling their stories in court ahead of the killer's sentencing.
SBS - Published

Council plays down re-naming city lane for Sisto

Renaming lane after Bourke Street attack victim Sisto Malaspina may not be do-able, says Melbourne Lord Mayor.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Bourke Street hotel hits planning hurdle

Singapore tycoon Michael Kum’s plans to expand his hotel holdings in Melbourne hit a planning hurdle.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Families tell court of Bourke Street rampage pain

A barrister acting for Melbourne's Bourke Street killer James Gargasoulas says his client should one day be eligible for parole.
SBS - Published

Bourke Street victims' families tell court Melbourne 'an unsafe city'

Victims, families and witnesses of the Bourke Street rampage say they no longer believe Melbourne is a safe place to live or visit.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Prosecution demands Gargasoulas never be released as his criminal history is revealed

The prosecution has called for Bourke Street killer driver James Gargasoulas never to be released as his full criminal history dating back to 2010 is revealed for the first time. 
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

The Age's 20 most-read stories for 2018

It was a year that saw Labor claim a landslide election win in Victoria; the Liberal party dump a Prime Minister; a city grieve for a young woman murdered; and Bourke Street once again become the scene..
The Age - Published

Bourke Street Bakery goes international with New York City cafe

Elasticy sourdough, ginger creme brulee tarts and sausage rolls have propelled Bourke Street Bakery from a Surry Hills corner to mid-town Manhattan.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

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