Pyotr Patrushev 1942–2016
Obituary for Noela Hjorth, an Australian trailblazer for women and art.
"Physics isn't what I do," Kohn once said. "It is what I am."
Ges D'Souza 1960–2016
Guy Hamilton 1922– 2016
Obituary: Louis Latour modernised his family's 10th-generation Burgundy winery.
Obituary: Joining the army opened up the world for Bob Seamer.
Ernestine Anderson, who has died aged 87, was a singer who was equally at home in jazz, blues and popular song.
Despite setbacks, maths and metal researcher just kept on doing the things he loved to do 30-11-1941 – 14-2-2016.
Victoria Wood 1953–2016
From beginning to end, Prince was always surprising us. With his flamboyant style and incredible musical talent, he was one of the world's only artists to transcend so many genres and touch millions of lives.
Obituary: The passing of British comedian Victoria Wood has generated a flood of tributes.
During a spectacular working life, she achieved fame as a critic, editor, administrator, scholar and uncompromising controversialist.
Obituary: Giovanni Carsaniga was a life-long writer of letters to the newspapers.
Obituary: Mary Nolan was as well equipped to deal with the business of art, as she was with the art of business
Dr Charles Hirsch was New York's chief medical examiner and the man in charge of the forensic operation that followed the terrorist attack on the Twin Towers in September 2001.
Alan Macfarlane was born in Wallasey in the UK, came to Australia as a child and left school at 12 to help on the little sultana farm.
Arnold Wesker 1932–2016
The playwright introduced West End audiences to the struggles of working-class people with his authentic dramas.
When the North Tower collapsed on September 11, 2001, Charles Hirsch was thrown to the ground and broke all of his ribs.
Alan Loveday was a child prodigy whose recording of Vivaldi's The Four Seasons is still regarded as the yardstick by which all subsequent recordings are measured.
Obituary: David Gest, who has died aged 62, was a music producer, reality television star, childhood friend of Michael Jackson and martyr to plastic surgery; he was also the fourth husband of Liza Minnelli.
Howard Marks was probably the world's most celebrated drug smuggler, a badge he wore in later life with unconcealed pride.
Obituary: Duane "Dewey" Clarridge was a CIA man of mystery known for his connection to the Iran-contra affair of the 1980s.
Obituary: In one man's long but unassuming life there is a century of Italo-Australian history.
Meir Dagan was an Israeli soldier and spymaster who was widely credited with setting back Iran's nuclear program through covert and daring operations as the director of the Mossad intelligence agency from 2002 to 2011.
Joseph Medicine Crow was the last living war chief of the Crow tribe of Montana.
Medical indifference in childhood to his profound deafness and autism, meant Lindsay was never able to properly communicate with the world.