Melbourne 7News reporter Georgia Love has apologized after making a racial joke targeting Asians on her Instagram Story on Monday.
What happened: Love, who was also the Bachelorette for season two on the Australian adaptation of the popular reality dating show, drew outrage for posting a video of a cat sitting in a window of a Chinese restaurant with a caption that read, “Shop attendant or lunch?!” and accompanied by crying laughing emojis, according to News.com.au.
The suspected killer behind the June Eaton Mall stabbing in Melbourne, Australia has been allowed to sleep at home while on bail.
Amie’s only child Thomas was killed in a gang attack in June. Last night, her son’s accused murderer got to sleep at home with his family. He was released on bail after convincing a Court he could no longer sleep alone in a jail cell because of his epilepsy. @ACurrentAffair9 7pm pic.twitter.com/zjBkg3LujK
A profanity-laced note found in Melbourne, Australia proclaimed Chinese people as “murderers” and demanded that they return to their “own, s***-filled China.”
The handwritten message, soon reported to the police, was left in a store located at a shopping strip in Clayton Road, City of Monash.
A boba tea shop owner in Melbourne, Australia has come forward to expose a middle-aged woman who told her to “go back to China” in a racist tirade last month.
Jennifer Li, who managed to film the incident, was serving a customer when she heard the woman ranting just outside her shop in Carnegie.
Opposing protesters clashed during a pro-Hong Kong rally taking place in Melbourne, Australia outside of the State Library on Swanston Street.
The rally began around 7 p.m. and the crowd gradually grew to over 1,000 people with over half of attendees being pro-China protesters.
Hundreds of students were forced to evacuate a school library in Australia after people mistook a rotting durian for a gas leak.
Students reported a smell of gas inside a library in RMIT campus on Latrobe Street in Melbourne just after 3 p.m. on Saturday. Dozens of firefighters immediately arrived and assisted Victoria police in evacuating approximately 500 students and teachers from the library. The evacuation was reportedly done as a security precaution, since the building was known to contain potentially dangerous chemicals.
A brave Asian woman in Melbourne managed to prevent a thug from getting away with her cash register by fighting back, prompting the armed robber to retreat.
Single mother Anita Chen survived the first ever armed robbery she has faced in her 14 years of tending the Carlton North shop.