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Archibald Duncan Campbell AM, who died on October 11, 2021, served Australia in a distinguished career as a diplomat for nearly 40 years from 1955 to 1993.
January 20, 2022 by Jeremy Hearder
Ian Flett Robertson was an ophthalmologist and corneal transplant surgeon who devoted much of his career to establish the Lions Eye Bank of Victoria, to help facilitate corneal transplants and improve the vision of many Victorians.
January 15, 2022 by Amanda Robertson
Watching Richard Burton playing Henry V fired the Englishman’s ambition to become an actor.
Some said Chamberlains would have never been convicted if defended by Barker.
January 12, 2022 by Malcolm Brown
Michael Lang helped create one of the most pioneering music events of the 20th century – and spent the next 11 years paying it off.
Poitier was recognised for changing the way in which American society regards black people.
In a remarkable life, Richard Leakey discovered hundreds of fossils, helped to preserve Africa’s wildlife and became an internationally renowned academic and philanthropist.
Writer’s response on winning prized award: “You are pulling my leg, aren’t you?”
A woman of equal parts vision and determination, Rennis Witham was smart, funny, gregarious, loyal and incorruptible.
January 5, 2022 by Anne Hastie
Gowland combined his support for communism and his love for film, distributing foreign cinematic masterpieces.
January 4, 2022 by Peter Mac
As a teenager, Berry Wormald hosted future prime ministers and got to know Errol Flynn.
January 3, 2022 by Don Wormald Show more