Woolworths removes knives and scissors from shelves after violent Melbourne attack | 7NEWS

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Woolworths has taken the extraordinary step of banning the nationwide sale of knives and scissors in store after Monday’s horrific stabbing in Brunswick. It comes as the abuse of retail workers soared during the state’s lockdowns.

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