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Joseph Docker was a respected pioneer in the country and a shrewd businessman in his city dealings.
Many towns throughout Victoria and Australia were ‘drowned’ to make way for dams in the early part of the twentieth century.
Moody, restless and senselessly brutal, ‘Mad' Dan Morgan was one of Victoria's most notorious bushrangers.
Dramatic events surrounding the Kelly Gang's capture added intrigue to their fascinating story.
It's no surprise that wild Ellen Kelly was the mother of Australia's most famous bushranger, Ned Kelly.
Ned Kelly's suit of armour is one of Victoria's most treasured and symbolic historical icons.
Harry Power was the inspiration behind Ned Kelly's criminal career, and one of Victoria's most daring bushmen.
In 1998, a 19th century British squatter's observations led to the failure of the Yorta Yorta's attempt to reclaim their land.
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.