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'This crime should never have occurred. My son struggled with serious mental health issues,' said Joel Cauchi's father in the family's first public appearance following the deadly Bondi Junction stabbing on Saturday April 13, 2024.
NSW Police have named the six victims of the Bondi Junction mass stabbing attack on April 13.
At 3.20pm on Saturday April 13, 2024 a man, now identified as Joel Cauchi, began a stabbing rampage inside Bondi Junction Westfield.
Bruce Lehrmann has lost his defamation case against Network Ten and Lisa Wilkinson, after Justice Michael Lee delivered his verdict in the civil trial at Federal Court.
NSW Assistant Commissioner Tony Cook told the public on Monday April 15, 2024 that two of the victims have families that are currently overseas.
NSW Premier Chris Minns has confirmed that the Opera House will be lit up with a black ribbon on Monday April 15, 2024, as flags are flown at half mast across the nation.
The “bollard men”, two heroic shoppers who used bollards to try to stop Joel Cauchi from attacking fellow customers at Bondi Westfield, have been identified as two French migrants.
NSW premier Chris Minns said he was grateful for the men and women who "cornered and confronted a murderer" as well as NSW Police Inspector Amy Scott who "saved many, many lives".
The man who attacked shoppers at Westfield Bondi Junction has been named by police as 40-year-old Joel Cauchi. Six people have been killed as well as the attacker and another 12 remain in hospital after a mass stabbing incident in Sydney's east on April 13.
Six people have been killed as well as the attacker and another 12 remain in hospital after a mass stabbing incident in Sydney's east on April 13.

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