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Singapore’s JustCo expands into Melbourne, Sydney and Seoul

Southeast Asia’s largest co-working space provider is about to get bigger.
Victoria Police released two photos of Aiia Maasarwe captured on the night she was found dead.

Australian leaders call Israeli girl’s brutal murder in Melbourne ‘incredibly shocking’

The Australian PM says the brutal murder of an Israeli exchange student  in Australia's southern city of Melbourne "shocking, despicable and tragic."
The sign unexpectedly fell.

A falling highway road sign crushed a woman’s car — and there’s video of the moment

The 53-year-old woman who was driving sustained minor neck injuries, but she survived the accident, per Nine News Australia.
The US Consulate in Melbourne, Australia.

Suspicious packages reportedly found at US and UK Consulates in Australia

International consulates in Melbourne, including the US, UK, Germany, Italy, Korea, and Russia are believed to be affected.

Australia terror attack leaves one dead, 2 injured in stabbing spree

The suspect died in hospital after being shot in the chest by police. The attack took place on Bourke Street in central Melbourne.

Car on fire, possible stabbing attack on a major street in Melbourne’s city center

Unverified video shows a car on fire pulled over to the side of the street as a man approaches two police officers with what appears to be a knife.
The best places to visit in September span the globe.

The 13 best places to visit in September for every type of traveler

The best places to visit in September depend on climate data, cultural calendars, and peak travel times. September is shoulder season for many top tourism destinations, and savvy travelers are already planning their trips.

10,000 Australians held a vigil for a young woman killed while walking home, and it’s bringing attention to a much bigger issue

Over 10,000 people attended a vigil in Melbourne, Australia, to honor murdered comedian Eurydice Dixon. Less than a week ago Dixon was sexually assaulted and murdered with police's subsequent comments seen to be victim-blaming.
The pungent smell of rotting durian was mistaken for a gas leak at an Australian university.

An Australian university was evacuated when a pungent fruit was mistaken for a gas leak

500 people were evacuated from a Melbourne university after the pungent smell of rotting durian traveled through the library's air-conditioning system.