Acrimony with her stepdaughter resurfaced in 2001 after the discovery of the wreckage of Campbell’s craft.
Working from rubbings found in the late 19th century from a stone tablet at the tomb of Empress Wu Zetian (624-705 AD), Kane deciphered the script.
James Crawford was only the second Australian to be appointed as a judge to the International Court Of Justice.
- by Malcolm Brown
Geoffrey Edelsten lived life to the full, drawn to the spotlight like a moth to the flame - whether in business, his love life or his sports ventures.
- by Michael Lynch
Sister Noni Mitchell IBVM, former province leader of the Loreto Sisters in Australia and superior general of the sisters internationally, has died aged 92.
- by Mary Ryllis Clark
In Australia, pressure was on to televise the 1956 Melbourne Olympics.
Frances William Paine earnt the respect of all he met and the deep love and affection of his family. Professionally, he worked in several industries including manufacturing, theatre, newspapers and charity.
- by Vivien Gaston
The photographer said: “Jews did not go like sheep to the slaughter. I was a photographer. I have pictures. I have proof.”
- by Sam Roberts
Mary became one of the first women on Australian television to host, with producer Kay Kinane, a show that brought the world to women in their home.
- by Mark McGinness