When Gwen Sturt's son died on a remote outstation in 2015, WA police flew in on a helicopter to remove his body, but left her family stranded in heavy floods with no food or electricity. They are still seeking answers.
NSW music festival operators have criticised the new strict licencing scheme, saying it stifles the music industry and that festival-goers should be free to take their own risks.
Dick Dale, who became known as "king of the surf guitar" with a twangy rapid-fire, reverb-heavy sound that became synonymous with the film Pulp Fiction, dies at the age of 81 after bouts of cancer and diabetes.
In 1978, Edmund Capon catapulted from being an assistant keeper in a London museum to become the Art Gallery of NSW's longest and most influential director. He died after a long battle with cancer.
Following the recent plane crash in Ethiopia that killed 157 people, multiple operators have suspended the Boeing 737 MAX 8 from flying worldwide. Here's the full list.
Formula One race director Charlie Whiting, a popular and key figure in the sport, dies three days before the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, the governing FIA said in a statement.
Journalist, author and historian Les Carylon is being remembered by colleagues as a "giant of a man who gave our nation many gifts".
Before his death, Mike Willesee offered viewers a glimpse behind the public mask of his illustrious career — providing an unflinching assessment of his own achievements, failures and challenges, writes Quentin McDermott.
Mike Willesee was a giant of current affairs journalism. A bad interview with him could alter the course of a federal election campaign, and that's exactly what happened in 1993.