The Indian pacific wheel race is a cycling race like no other, covering more than 5000km from Fremantle in WA to the Opera House in Sydney.
Jane Caro is not one to shy away from an opinion. The social commentator spent 30 years working in advertising before finding her voice as an author.
After visiting sick kids in hospital, Campbell Remess was inspired to make a difference. Since he was nine-years-old, he's been bringing comfort and joy to patients and has carefully crafted more than 1,700 bears. Find out more about Project 365 here.
The Queen of Soul's impact on the world of modern music is unrivalled, and industry legends are flocking to Aretha Franklin's bedside to pay their respects.
Corporate ambition is often put on a pedestal, but it can be crippling. Workplace stress costs business $12 billion every year, and only half of employees believe their office is a healthy environment.
Just as we were comfortable knowing Samantha Jade as a singer, she went and added actress to her resume by playing a young Kylie Minogue in the INXS mini-series ‘Never Tear us Apart’. Now she’s designing her own lingerie line.
There's no one quite like Maggie Beer. She cooks from the heart and has been inspiring Australians to do the same for more than 40 years. Now she's a judge at the delicious produce awards, which celebrate ingredients from our great southern land. Find out more about the Produce Awards here.
There are grave concerns for the health of music legend and Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin. There are reports that she is extremely ill, with family and close friends asking for 'prayers'.
Michaela Launerts is a school teacher who Is fed up with the state of modern manners, and is on a mission to re-invent etiquette in an age where convenience and the rush of every day life have eaten into our day-to-day lives.
She may be Princess Mary’s best friend, but media personality Amber Petty is true royalty. Honouring a promise she made to herself as a little girl, Amber has become a foster carer.
When her own country town was gripped by drought, one woman was compelled to act. Four years ago Queenslander Tash Johnson established Drought Angels, and now works to help farmers and rural communities.
Dance Boss is the competition that sees co-workers team up and take to the stage to strut their stuff. Danni Minogue is at the helm of the show and works behind the scenes as its executive producer. She joined the Daily Edition.