Craig Hull experienced a profound moment while performing as an aerialist at the opening ceremony of the Sydney Olympics.
His death-defying story has been told often in the past 50 years, but Rodney Fox's focus is the plight of the ocean's great predator.
Carmel Crouch, husband Peter at her side, recounts the day of the tragedy.
In late 1983, Australian consumers were facing an uncertain future. The then treasurer, Paul Keating, was floating the dollar, leading to fears the value of their cash would be held to ransom by anonymous traders.
It smells like an exclusive French perfumery but the airy warehouse in Melbourne's Brunswick West - home to online beauty retailer Adore Beauty - is a little less glamorous.
The great man's personal strength was legendary, but the spirit of peaceful reconciliation he espoused remains a stretch for others.
As Catholics around Australia are warned to prepare themselves for shock and shame from now until Christmas, one of Sydney's biggest congregations may be better prepared than most.
Same-sex marriage was all the rage in the national capital.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott's announcement that the government would honour contracts signed by the previous government to raise childcare wages has only added to the confusion engulfing the sector.
Never in Australia, surely, has the closing moment of a wedding been less complicated. "You may kiss the bride," announced celebrant Judy Aulich. And with that, both brides kissed. Hayley Wilson and Samantha Hermes were married.