Johan Jansen with a Red Deer kill at his game hunting resort 'Sentosa', in Longford, Victoria. Photograph for The Sunday Age.
John Woodmansey dropped his beloved and recently purchased Holden HJ Statesman into a man posing as a motor mechanic. The car disappeared, and so did mechanic. The man in question is wanted by police to face a handful of charges including aggravated burglary. He continues to taunt and threaten Mr Woodmansey through Facebook. Photograph for The Sunday Age.
Legendary surfboard shaper Andrew Stump at his workshop in Rye on the Mornington Peninsula near Melbourne. Mr Stump has been making surfboards for 40 years. Photograph for The Guardian.
Chairman of Square and CEO of Twitter (and co-founder of both) Jack Dorsey. Photograph for The Australian Financial Review.
Kosta Kamboukos, Johnny Di Francesco, Luca Ruiu, Frank Scardamaglia, Fabio Parisi and Lorenzo Airaghi hold pictures of their friend and work colleague Gianluca Carlucci who worked at 400 Gradi as a chef, and was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident in Italy. Photograph for The Age.
Mick Gatto v Mick Gatto, in his home gym. Photograph for The Age.
Writer Jennifer Down, author of the novel 'Our Magic Hour'. Photograph by Paul Jeffers for The Age.
Writer and doctor Karen Hitchcock at the Alfred Hospital in Prahran. Dr. Hitchcock is the author of 'Little White Slips', a collection of short fiction books. Photograph for Australian Financial Review Magazine.
Actor and director Brendan Cowell. Photograph for The Age.
93-year-old architect Neil Cherehan at a property he designed in South Yarra that is being considered for heritage listing. Photograph for The Age.
Muslim members of Manningham Cricket Club at Rieschiecks Reserve, Doncaster East. The club door-knocked a local mosque and now fields a senior team made up entirely of members of the local Islamic community. Photograph for The Sunday Age.
Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party senator Ricky Muir looks unlikely to retain his seat as vote counting continues. Photograph for The Australian.
Lori O'Keeffe and her daughter Loren O'Keeffe talk to The Age reporter Tom Cowie about Dan, who went missing 5 years ago and was recently found dead at the family home in Highton, Geelong. Photograph for The Sunday Age.
Health Minister Jill Hennessy. The State Government will announce sweeping reforms to the health system in the wake of Bacchus Marsh Hospital baby deaths scandal. Photograph for The Age.
Callan Beaton, Chris Petropoulos, Tyler Annan-Coe and Brooke Annan-Coe on the beach at the Mordialloc Life Saving Club. Photograph for The Sunday Age.
Kate Ulman poses for a photo with her husband Brendon Ulman and daughters (L-R) Indigo 13, Jarrah 10, and Pepper 6 with their renovated caravan on their Muskvale. Photograph for The Sunday Age.
Indian film star Anil Kapoor is in Australia for the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne. Photograph for The Age.
Comedian Julia Morris is appearing in genealogy show Who Do You Think You Are where she discovers previously unknown aspects of her ancestry. Photograph for The Age.
Stokehouse City restaurant general manager Anthony Mussara is concerned that the cost of paying staff penalty rates on public holidays is making it difficult for businesses to open. Photograph for The Australian Financial Review.
Comedian Dave O'Neill is participating in Carnival of Suburbia, a mini-festival in Oakleigh that celebrates life beyond the inner city. Photograph for The Age.
Professor George Braitberg, head of the Emergency Department at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, spoke to The Age about treating the large amount of patients admitted after the Bourke Street rampage. Photograph for The Sunday Age.
Farmer Dwight Weeks on his Tomato crop in Nanneella, Victoria. The Weeks family grow around 20-25% of all SPC tinned tomatoes. SPC has confirmed that Woolworths is trying to renege on a $70m five-year deal from two years ago to sell cheaper imported Italian tomatoes which will put Aussie farmers out of business. Photograph for The Australian.
Liz Jones at La Mama Theatre, Carlton. Liz speaks about growth in audience numbers and the importance of affordable ticket prices. Photograph for The Australian Financial Review.
Jason Schutze-Stafford with his 7-year-old son Max Schutze-Stafford, former Brendan Schutze-Stafford (L) and current partner Wayne Noorman (R). Father's Day story for The Sunday Age.