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About 'Beyondtheflow' Channel

A Survivor's Philosophy of Life

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Walking Through Martin Place: 6 Weeks After the Sydney Siege.

[...] the Channel 7 TV Studios, which I know from the news broadcasts, are directly opposite the Lindt Cafe. This, it turns out, was no coincidence. St James Church, Sydney. 1836, lithograph. Robert [...]

The Struggle to Heal: the broken foot and the Sydney Siege.

[...] since the horrific terrorist siege gripped Sydney as a gunman held 18 people hostage in the Lindt Cafe in Martin Place at the heart of Sydney’s CBD. While the hostages each have their own story, I [...]

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[...] , friends and colleagues and as a mark of respect. Tori Johnson, 34, was the Manager of the Lindt Cafe. Like most of us, he’d simply gone to work but he never came home. Johnson was killed [...]

This is still our Sydney

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