'Men need to change': anger grows over police response to Eurydice Dixson's murder

Shortly before midnight on Tuesday Eurydice “Ridi” Dixon texted a friend to say she was almost home.

The comedian had finished a gig at the Highlander Bar in the city and was making her way across Princes Park in Melbourne’s north.

Thousands make similar journeys through the popular park every day and night - students from the nearby University of Melbourne, runners, cyclists, commuters heading to and from the city.

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Simone Gleeson