Nella lived through wars, survived tuberculosis and single-handed brought up two children.
- by Paul Casey
The author lived well, fought hard, and had a vast circle of friends.
- by Catharine Lumby
Proudfoot’s work seemed to channel the spirit of the baroque.
- by Ann Proudfoot
The acclaimed performer and producer was honoured in the Queen’s Birthday Honours last weekend.
- by John Senczuk
Connolly: “The difference between ABC and BBC managements is that they have a higher form of nong.”
Czech-born artist Petr Herel left a remarkable and distinctive body of prints, drawings and exquisite artists’ books for which he is perhaps best known.
- by Elizabeth Cross
Peter Bladin was a neurologist, academic, Australian and international pioneer in the treatment of patients with stroke and epilepsy.
- by Chris Bladin and Geoff Donnan
Russell Graham was passionate about the history and heritage of surfing and its culture.
- by Gordon Matthews