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'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

'Trolley Man' Michael Rogers in Melbourne court again

The man who rammed the Bourke Street terrorist with a shopping trolley has briefly appeared in a Melbourne court.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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Elderly man struck by trolley train [Video]Elderly man struck by trolley train

A man who appeared to be struggling with his umbrella was hit by a trolley train near the Hazard Center Station.

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Pennies for your thoughts! Man imporvisies with two 20p coins in genius trolley hack [Video]Pennies for your thoughts! Man imporvisies with two 20p coins in genius trolley hack

By Charlotte Regen A man has come up with a genius way to hack the use of coins in shopping trolleys. Not everyone always has a pound coin on them to put in a trolley and this man from Cardiff came up..

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'Trolley Man' Michael Rogers behind bars after alleged burglary

Michael Rogers, 46, has been charged with stealing goods on Wednesday from an East Melbourne apartment. 
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Bourke Street Trolley Man vows to 'give it a good crack' on bail

Bourke Street's Trolley Man has vowed have a good crack at staying out of trouble after being granted bail on Saturday.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Bourke Street 'trolley man' granted bail over burglary, theft charges

Melbourne's trolley man who tried to help police after last week's Bourke Street attack is facing burglary and theft charges.
SBS - Published

Trolley Man faces court on burglary charges after handing himself in

Michael Rogers, the man who faced down a murderous terrorist armed only with a shopping trolley in Bourke Street last Friday, has appeared in court on burglary charges.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Melbourne 'trolley man' charged with burglary among other offences

Melbourne's trolley man who tried to help police after last week's Bourke Street attack will face court on burglary charges after handing himself into police.
SBS - Published

Melbourne 'trolley man' hands himself in

Melbourne's trolley man who tried to help police after last week's Bourke Street attack will face court on burglary charges after handing himself into police.
SBS - Published

'Trolley Man' hands himself into police to face charges of burglary

He faced down a murderous terrorist, now Melbourne's homeless hero will face his own day in court.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Bourke Street's 'trolley man' wanted by police

He touched the heart of Australians with his bravery, but "trolley man" is sought by police for burglary.
SBS - Published

Bourke Street 'Trolley Man' wanted for questioning over spate of burglaries

A man dubbed a “homeless hero” after he tried to ram a shopping trolley into the terrorist in the Bourke Street attack is wanted for questioning over a spate of recent burglaries, police have..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Brave he may be but 'Trolley Man' should not be a model

The public must consider the possible consequences of taking action if caught up in incidents like those in Melbourne.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Australians raise nearly $100,000k for homeless 'Trolley Man' hero

A crowdfunding campaign has raised tens of thousands of dollars for the man who heroically attempted to assist police with a shopping trolley during the Bourke Street mall attack.
SBS - Published

Bourke St attack: More than $80k raised for 'Trolley man' who assisted police

A crowdfunding campaign has raised tens of thousands of dollars for the man who heroically attempted to assist police with a shopping trolley during the Bourke Street mall attack.
SBS - Published

Feted as hero after life of crime, Trolley Man just wanted to do something right

Melbourne's 'homeless hero' has one regret: that his grandmother didn't live to see him commit selfless act.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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