It has only been screening to a wider audience for a couple of weeks, but The Final Quarter, which recounts the booing saga of AFL star Adam Goodes, has led to an outpouring of apologies from fans.
Deborah Lawrie was told women couldn't fly because they would "act strangely every month" and their earrings could get in the way. But after a landmark legal battle she became Australia's first female commercial pilot.
The Matildas have already achieved something the Socceroos could not, but they are not being paid properly for their success, writes Kate O'Halloran.
The former Wallabies star urges worshippers to "preach repentance" in a sermon at his Sydney church, taking aim at Christians for not being vocal against gay marriage.
Travel insurance companies that impose blanket exclusions for mental health illnesses are promising to change their ways after an investigations finds hundreds of Australians have been discriminated against.
Elsy Wameyo looks to be making her mark in the Australian music industry in spite of racism challenges in a male-dominated industry. The Kenyan-born musician is currently producing her first EP.
The AFL and clubs issue a statement apologising unreservedly to Adam Goodes ahead of the release of a documentary film about the racism that drove him out of the game.
Gurpal Singh, who campaigned against same-sex marriage in 2017 and has apologised for comments he made linking gay relationships to paedophilia, will be the target of negative ads on the dating app Grindr and Instagram.
With Israel Folau's career hanging in the balance, former player Jeremy Paul argues the fullback deserves forgiveness and the chance to play in the World Cup to show Australia "he's sorry".
Scott Morrison says Gurpal Singh, who campaigned against same-sex marriage ahead of the plebiscite in 2017 and linked gay relationships to paedophilia, will not be dumped by the Liberal Party.