‘Trolleyman’ set for $100K windfall

A huge sum has been raised for a homeless man in Melbourne who helped police during the Bourke Street terror attack.

Australia's 'Trolleyman' hailed for ramming street attacker

SYDNEY, Australia — A homeless man who rammed a shopping trolley at a knife-wielding attacker who was threatening police is being hailed and rewarded for his actions, but he insists he isn’t a hero.

'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.

Cash pours in for homeless 'trolley man' who battled terror attacker

MELBOURNE: Donations poured in Monday for a homeless man dubbed "trolleyman" for his attempt to use a shopping cart to halt last week's deadly lone wolf terror attack in Melbourne.

Future "lone wolf" attacks in Australia will be difficult to stop despite heightened security in the aftermath of an Islamic State-inspired attack in Melbourne last week, a senior government minister said on Monday.

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

Australia terror attacker ‘inspired by Islamic State’

Melbourne - A Somali-born Australian who went on a deadly knife rampage in the country’s second-largest city Melbourne was inspired by Islamic State but did not

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.

Analysis: The challenge for Victorian politicians in wake of Bourke Street tragedy

With law and order one of the big issues as Victoria heads to the polls this month, the state's politicians are walking a delicate tightrope when it comes to talking about Friday's terrorist attack.

The humble homeless hero who helped police take down the Bourke Street terrorist has revealed the one regret about the selfless act that put his own life in danger.

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