ABC News - Victoria Elderly pilot takes off on round-Australia solo flight 2017-05-26T16:36:53.000000000+10:00 Eight-four-year-old Broken Hill pilot Lawrie Hutton takes off on a round-Australia flight to encourage "oldies" to dream big. Soldier killed in live-fire exercise remembered as 'happiest person on Earth' 2017-05-26T15:31:50.000000000+10:00 More than 500 family and friends farewell Victorian man Private Jason Challis, who was killed during a live-fire training exercise in the Northern Territory two weeks ago. Australian farmers adapt to changing climate 2017-05-26T14:49:26.000000000+10:00 With a recent report showing a changing climate has negatively impacted Australian crops, those in the thick of it have learnt to adapt to harsh conditions. Magazines' defence points to Rebel Wilson smiling on social media to refute she was stressed 2017-05-26T14:32:24.000000000+10:00 Defence lawyers use photos of a smiling Rebel Wilson with "flawless skin" to dispute claims the actress suffered a stress sore and eczema following the publication of a series of articles at the centre of a defamation trial. Farmers delight in wool prices reminiscent of the industry's golden age 2017-05-26T13:31:29.000000000+10:00 Australian wool farmers are enjoying the highest prices for fine fleece in years, with some hopeful of seeing a return to the industry's golden age. Melbourne 1960s-era school 'didn't get a cent' in state budget 2017-05-26T13:16:09.000000000+10:00 Students and parents at Dinjerra Primary School in Melbourne's west feel "betrayed" after learning their 1960s-era school "didn't get a cent" for redevelopment in the May state budget. Taxi company changes to centralised call centre creates anxiety for disabled customers 2017-05-26T12:32:34.000000000+10:00 Changes to centralise two regional taxi company's call centres to Tasmania create anxiety with regular customers with disabilities who said they do not feel safe. Building company accused of owing workers millions fails to get hijacked website shut down 2017-05-26T12:02:04.000000000+10:00 A building company that allegedly owes money to underworld figure Mick Gatto fails in its initial attempt to silence two subcontractors who have waged an online war against the builder over claims of unpaid debts. Accused Bourke St driver tells court 'illuminati' caused breakdown 2017-05-26T11:53:36.000000000+10:00 A driver charged over Melbourne's deadly Bourke Street tragedy fronts court on other charges and blames recent events on the "illuminati", while telling the magistrate that "life is being controlled by the Government." Hinkley says contentious Dixon play-on call '100 per cent correct' 2017-05-26T09:53:29.000000000+10:00 The umpire's decision to tell Charlie Dixon to play on late in Port Adelaide's loss to Geelong was crucial, but coach Ken Hinkley says it was the correct one.