The three-time Olympic coach, who worked with Geoff Huegill, Leisel Jones, among others, died on Saturday after a short illness.
- by Lucy Stone
The drummer helped launch rock-and-roll as Elvis Presley’s sideman on 1950s recordings Hound Dog, Blue Suede Shoes and Jailhouse Rock.
Feared by many, admired by a great many more, one of Australia’s best investigative journalists.
Her love for her two worlds was reflected in her final wishes.
Farewell to an enthusiastic, internationally renowned entomologist who championed open access to biodiversity information.
- by Toni Moate
Another prisoner in her crowded barracks there was Anne Frank.
In 2004, Cameron was appointed the Herald’s first female Tokyo correspondent and Earl.
Duncan was widely considered one of the finest photojournalists of the 20th century.
Brian Van de Water at Qantas quickly established himself as a valuable member of the engineering team.
A punishing paid obituary exposing a woman's affair in small-town Minnesota in the 1960s forced a review of what's fair to say about the departed.
- by Paul Walsh
The soldier was distinguished for his brave leadership in the Korean and Vietnamese wars.