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A key figure in Melbourne's violent underworld, Squizzy Taylor was Australia's answer to American gangsters.
Melbourne's Gangland War was a string of bloody killings that opened the city's eyes to a criminal underworld.
In 1986, bombing at the Russell Street Police Headquarters forced Melbourne to face possible terrorism.
In 1942, Melbourne's shadowy streets were the scene of three brutal stranglings.
Victorian women's political rights didn't come without a struggle. Leading the battle was a woman called Vida Goldstein.
In 1970, an Australian author wrote a bestselling book that helped define women's rights around the world.
Two years after the historic Mabo case, the Yorta Yorta people brought Native Title back into the national spotlight.
The odds were against an Aborigine trying to fight a settler in court. But Tommy McRae believed he had a right to fair treatment.
With the 8-hour day won by the stonemasons, retail workers aspired to the same rights.
A brutal murder captured Melbourne's imagination and sparked intense public debate.