‘We didn’t bring our children here to die’: Natalina Angok remembered at second Melbourne vigil


Bunches of pink flowers clasped in shivering hands burst through a sea of black coats and grey scarves at the vigil for Natalina Angok at Federation Square last night.

Pink was Ms Angok’s favourite colour.

Around 200 people attended a vigil at Federation Square for Ms Angok, a 33-year-old Geelong woman whose body was discovered in a Chinatown alleyway on Wednesday morning.

Her aunt, Teresa Kau, said the family had to trust Ms Angok was now in a better place.

“We cannot blame anyone, we just put her in the…

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