Selling whistles while he works

For Chris Jorgensen, selling novelty whistles is a just another way to change the world, writes Alex Tsatsanis.

High hopes for a stunt diver

Fred Pryor is making a big splash as a stunt diver and has even bigger dreams – but first there is a small matter of high school, writes Nicolas Rivet.

Not just horsing around

Adam Battaglia might seem like an ordinary horse trainer, but there’s more behind the scene, write Alex Chapman and Georgia Manning.

Running on horse power

John Mullenger has rubbed shoulders with film stars and other celebrities but at the Royal Melbourne Show says he prizes his horses above all, writes Taylah Broadley.

The rainbow man

It took courage for restaurateur Fabio Cattafi to tell his migrant family that he was gay. Joanna Geromanolis reports on a one man’s courage and determination.

With God on his side

Rob Galea was at a low point in his late teens when he found salvation in religion and music. Sarah Coe reports.

A companion to the end

As a palliative care nurse Sharon Murphy offers patients quality of life in its final stages. Jacquelyn Gagliardi reports.

Following his celluloid dreams

Eddie Tamir doesn’t just own cinemas, he is a film school graduate who dreams of making a feature movie, writes Halle Skews.