The "pantomime villain" of the last Ashes tour of England opens up for the first time on that night at the Walkabout, being sent to Africa, and, as Australia head to Cardiff for the first Test, how much life has changed for him since.
Nick Toscano and Ben Schneiders A long-awaited trial over former union leader Kathy Jackson's alleged misuse of $1.3 million in union funds will go ahead, despite her last-minute declaration of bankruptcy.
Markus Mannheim 58 per cent vote in favour of agreement that is likely to prove less than inflation.
Chris Barrett The Australian left-armer gave England another sign of what they can expect next week with some friendly fire on Friday.
Daniel Cherny A member of the Victorian cricket team at the time of David Hookes' death says some Adelaide players will be questioning their football future, believing they may feel like they're 'never going to get out there again.'"
Clare Colley Jesuit priest Father Frank Brennan knows it's hard to convince Australians to change, but he believes there's a way forward to achieve constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians.
Lee Gaskin Nic White leaves door open to possible Brumbies return after French stint.
Peter Hanlon A son remembers his father's cricket career and the pain it caused.
Steve Lillebuen, Rania Spooner, Tammy Mills The son and accused killer of AFL coach Phil Walsh has spent his young life travelling the world in search of deeper spiritual meaning and written of admiring his father's incredible work ethic, something he felt he could never match.