Dark days at Black Swan as dumping of theatre company director draws Holmes a Court’s ire

Multi-millionaire founder and patron of WA's flagship theatre company raises concerns after its executive director is dumped by the board chaired by Andrew Forrest's wife, Nicola Forrest, for an advertising executive with no theatre management experience.

Australians ‘didn’t trust’ the sausage. It came to symbolise our democracy

The sausage sizzle is a sacred ritual, but it hasn't always been. This is the story of a humble Aussie battler that became a hero in the mouths of millions.

RFDS names new plane after generous grazier who left millions in will

Queensland grazier Geoffrey Carrick left a multi-million-dollar bequest to the Royal Flying Doctor Service in his will. Now the organisation has named one of its new planes in his memory.

Major parties accused of neglecting a ‘broken’ Landcare funding system

The Landcare movement has the ability to unite farmers and environmentalists, but it hasn't received much attention in an election campaign infatuated with climate change.

As Great Ocean Road tourism thrives, this surf club struggles to stay afloat

The steady increase in tourism along Australia's famous Great Ocean Road is having a negative impact on a local surf club, which its president describes as "woeful and shameful" with community safety at risk.