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.
Richard Hogg's crimes resulted in millions of dollars of tax debts, but his victims are still awaiting their compensation payouts and fighting for justice.
Australia's major football codes have been drawn into a conflict over the copyright of the Aboriginal flag, after a non-Indigenous company secured exclusive clothing rights to it.
Tiffany Wan helped cover up the murder of her mother, whose body was dumped in a suitcase in Perth's Swan River. But she might still inherit a multi-million-dollar estate.
A massive powerline that would run through the properties of 17 private landowners on Tasmania's north-west coast has sparked fury from farmers who say they've received letters "threatening" to compulsorily acquire their land.
The ABC understands veteran detective Gary Jubelin, who worked on the Bowraville murders and Matthew Leveson's disappearance, will retire on his own terms rather than wait for the outcome of an internal probe into misconduct allegations.
More than 100 same-sex couples in Taiwan are expected to register their intent to marry from today when the same-sex marriage bill becomes law, and LGBT activists say this has been made possible thanks to the help of Australians.
Queensland sawmill worker Jeremy Lee was sacked for refusing to give his fingerprints to his employer. What followed was an "extraordinary" legal battle that delivered the first unfair dismissal decision of its kind in Australia.