132 years after he was executed the skeleton of the most notorious Australian criminal is finally being returned to his family.
Ned Kelly led a gang of bank robbers in the 19th century and was hanged in 1880.
Forensic experts identified the skeleton of Ned Kelly last year after it was identified at the site of an old Melbourne jail.
A developer of the prison site wants the bones of the infamous criminal for an exhibit.
But government officials there have ruled the skeleton must be handed over to descendents of Mr. Kelly.
Many Australians see Kelly as a folk hero while others regard him simply as a murderer and gangster.
Either way after 132 years he will finally get a proper burial.