It falls to few to have their names epitomise a sport: Bradman, Cazaly, Phar Lap have the honour. So did Bernard Farrelly.
Iris Kells, Sonia Rykie, Steven Hill
Suburban apprenticeship led to honoured career in aviation
Ken Spunner, the descendant of a 19th-century limeburner, rose to become head of the Mornington Peninsula's peak planning body and was twice elected president of the Shire of Flinders.
West German president gave good parties and won Medal for Combating Deadly Seriousness.
The eight-year-old girl who beat adults playing Bach
Australia's architectural community has lost a much-loved and highly respected practitioner with the passing of Stephen Ashton at the age of 61. He was exposed to asbestos automotive brake pads in the 1970s and died after a prolonged battle with mesothelioma.
Dr Bernard Rooney's career embodied the best of general practice.
Donald Henderson the US epidemiologist in charge of the decade-long campaign to eradicate smallpox worldwide; the most significant public health initiative of the 20th century.
George Freedman was a leading light on Sydney's design scene.
John Collins, was a well-educated man, passionate about lifelong learning for everyone.
"I've been portrayed as this great monster who goes round shooting black men for sport when my whole life I've striven to move away from racist behaviour," he said in an interview. "The problem is I'm a very easy target. I'm a white man, toffee nosed, titled and, on top of that, a white man in Africa... you know these are really bad things."
Arthur Hiller, who received an Oscar nomination for directing the blockbuster romantic tragedy "Love Story" during a career that spanned dozens of popular movies and TV shows as well as several career lows, has died.
Con Reed was a highly regarded physician. He was the only child of the legendary jockey, Roy Reed, who rode Nightmarch to victory beating Phar Lap in the 1929 Melbourne Cup, but it was his association with the AMA that put him on the medical map.
Masha Zeleznikow, who has died aged 89, formed with her husband Avram the dynamic duo that established the iconic Acland Street, St Kilda cafe Scheherazade.
Through his selfless commitment, surgeon Brian Fleming helped advance cancer care for all Australians and upheld the noble ideals of the medical profession.
David Chadwick was one of the few demonstrators to get through the police cordon at a Springboks fixture in Sydney.
Gwen Goedecke came from a tradition of strong, courageous women. In 1878, her French great-grandmother Catherine Matton, aged 57, sailed from France with three sons for bushland Bundaberg in Queensland. French Woman's Creek is named after her.
Gray was scarred as she struggled to deal with abusive fans who could not separate the actress from her manipulative and scheming fictional alter-ego
Hanif Mohammad,Bob Kiley, Richard Holland, Pete Fountain
Duke of Westminster owned vast tracts of Mayfair and Belgravia
Newspaper journalist who knew how to take a knock
Ricci Martin released an album, Beached, produced by Carl Wilson of the Beach Boys.
Emeritus Professor David Bradley died just short of his 91st birthday. One of the four founding members of the Department of English at Monash University.
Midget Farrelly was regarded as the patriarch of Australian surfing
Suzanne Wright, Clara Agnelli, Vice Admiral Robert Squires,Seymour Papert
Ken Barrie was the voice of Postman Pat but also impersonated Elvis and Roy Orbison.