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David Moore, another 2nd great-uncle (1824-1898)

Image: David Moore – courtesy of the State Library Victoria

David was the fourth son of Captain Joseph and Ann Moore. He was born in Sydney on the 4 February 1824. 250 more words

Melbourne Laneways

I have always found myself drawn to the big cities. To the noise, to the culture, to the food, to the people — to the true essence of what makes a big city so big. 380 more words


Bail or Bust

Written by Bill Doogue. Partner, Doogue O’Brien George Criminal Defence Lawyers.

The issue of bail and night court is still running in the media since the tragic events unfolded in  Bourke Street where a number of people were killed. 566 more words

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Beresford Hotel on Sunday

While on our way for a booze up, Anthony and I stumble across this exciting pair of ….well I don’t really know, but there are a lot of things to lace up. 12 more words


Devonshire Street Lightrail Construction

I smiled when I saw the mural was still there, standing in the midst of the construction zone. Though I have no idea if that’s a good or a bad thing, in terms of preservation, it gave me a smile to see it standing there nonetheless. 181 more words


Melbourne's Car Attack

A sixth person has died in Melbourne’s tragic car attack on Bourke Street. Seven more people remain in hospital as of today’s date.

The suspect, Dimitrious Gargasoulas, allegedly drove his car down the pavement of the popular Melbourne shopping street hitting dozens of people. 98 more words

Vehicle Attack

🇦🇺 Bomb scare as memorial to Bourke Street victims is removed in Melbourne

Australia: An emotional Melbourne saw the emormous memorial of flowers, letters, notes, toys and candles, dismantled in an almost ritual process today.

Part of the City’s grieving process, the flowers are to shredded and placed on a victim’s of crime garden. 341 more words