The man responsible for dressing rock royalty like the Beatles, Mick Jagger and Elton John has died.
Genial, gregarious, life-loving, good at friendship across all political and racial boundaries, Bob Garlick was a trusted networker of influence across many boundaries.
- by Paul Munro
British man Arthur Boyt was unapologetic about his passion for eating animals he found on the side of the road.
George Owens left an enormous legacy for the profession of psychology nationally and internationally.
- by Wal Hall and Ian Johnston
Tim Klingender helped make the world aware of the compelling beauty and power of Indigenous Australian art.
- by Michael Short
Sinead O’Connor’s life was a series of public breakdowns and comebacks, bids for attention and escape, and desperate attempts to overcome mental illness through art, love and religion.
Will Blundell often left clues in his art that he was taking the mickey
- by Amanda Day
Known for devoting himself to the advancement of his people, Gordon Briscoe had to make his way in a racially bigoted society after a difficult start to life.
- by Malcolm Brown
Always an Australian history buff, in retirement Robin Adair penned the colonial-era thriller Death and the Running Patterer.
- by Julie Kusko Adair
Granville was part of a small cadre of Black women involved in the space program celebrated in movie Hidden Figures.