Fay Sherret was killed by a slow-growing bacteria that entered her body as she had a routine heart valve replacement procedure. A cooler in the operating theatre was infected and the deadly bacteria was airborne. Now, her daughter is working to uncover what authorities knew about the risks.
The average cost of cricket per season is $1,142, but this Ballarat mum has devised a plan to keep disadvantaged kids in the game.
One day Judi Green heard a "horrific bang" in her head. In a split second, her life shattered — and so did her family. Piecing it back together would take decades, a lot of forgiveness and a little bit of luck.
In 1942, 395 letters written by Australian POWs fell from the sky, dropped by the Japanese after bombing Port Moresby — but by the time they were delivered, the men who wrote them were dead.
This mother of two has ovarian cancer, and has been in palliative care since June. She's now telling her life story to a volunteer biographer so her young daughters can get to know her when she's gone.
Gold discoveries have been making headlines in Western Australia's Pilbara in recent years, something all kicked off by a man chasing a mob of stray cattle.
Bee corpses are piling up in backyards in the town of Peterborough, prompting dark suspicions from locals and theories from academics. But no one knows what is causing the deaths.
Following life-saving throat cancer surgery, leading public figure Robert Manne is now reduced to a loud whisper. But even a whisper is better than silence; a prospect that terrified him and those he loves.
A royal commission into family law should be considered if reforms currently underway do not address public concerns about the system, outgoing Family Court Chief Justice John Pascoe says.
Perpetrators are arming themselves with a new generation of technology, using drones to stalk victims, smart TVs to spy on them and tracking devices to follow and restrict their movements.