Leonard of Mayfair, Keo Woolford, Grant Tinkler
Andrew Ramsden was renowned for the intellectual rigour and detail he brought to his ward rounds.
Movie review said Yellow Submarine was "a big post-Summer-of-Love rainbow head trip".
Big Macs are sold in more that 100 countries around the world.
Joe Esposito, who was Elvis Presley's right-hand man, close friend and road manager for nearly two decades, has died at his home in Calabasas, California aged 78. The cause was complications of dementia, his daughter Cindy Bahr said.
Yaffa Eliach memorialised victims of the Holocaust not by recording their deaths but by remembering their lives in a massive photography collection that became a centrepiece of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Rhodes wrote of Princess Margaret: "It was hard to resist her, but she did have the most awful bad luck with men."
Henderson defended show from its detractors who ridiculed it for its impossibly wholesome plots.
John Legge is remembered as a frequent contributor of letters to The Age.
Australia has lost one of its oldest war veterans with the death of Stan Jones.
Jim was mainly concerned with public policy questions.
Castro drew support from many intellectuals including Ernest Hemingway, Jean-Paul Sartre and Bob Dylan.
Lupita Tovar, James Galanos, Gary Sprake,
Socially, Brian Hingerty was quietly jovial; his core was adamantine, wholly encased in gentleness.
A man regarded as the world's oldest active overseas aid worker, Frederick Harold Hyde, has died peacefully at the age of 96 in Warwick, Queensland.
George had an exceptional professional reputation throughout the upper levels of the Australian Public Service.
Enzo Maiorca held 13 world records in the "no limits" class of free diving.
Bill should have been an engineer but advanced education was never available to him
Sister Maureen wrote in her diary, 'I had had a foul day. I had a face like a torn sandshoe.'
President caused an uproar when he denied that the smog regularly enveloping Athens was dangerous.
Patricia Kutteles, Ruth Gruber
Barbara Hocking was one of Australia's leading advocates for people affected by mental illness. Her leadership and achievements leave a lasting legacy in how people living with mental illness and their families are treated and regarded.
First woman to serve as attorney general of the United States, and longest-serving head of the US Justice Department in the 20th century.
Margaret Camilla Bolster, who has died aged 83, helped popularise the art of Asia and the Pacific in Australia and had a significant second career as a leading environmental activist.
Surgeon who enabled thousands of couples to start a family
Diver ignored medical advice to plunge to new depths
Robert Vaughn was a suave and good-humoured leading man.
Canadian poet-songwriter acclaimed for heart-rending works such as Hallelujah and Suzanne
When most rock artists wore jeans, Leon Russell was distinguished by suits, top hats and ruffled shirts.