In 2009, and Australian and a Nepalese came up with a unique concept: International Mud Day.
We go back 19 years for the Flashback Files this week, see who you can spot.
Megan Levy A police officer tackled a suicide bomber to the ground at Istanbul's international airport before the attacker detonated his vest, almost certainly killing both of them, according to a witness who was attempting to flee the mayhem.
David Wroe Bill Shorten has defended his shift of position on a same-sex marriage plebiscite by saying it might have been valuable a few years ago but now "the community's moved on".
Your morning news snapshot from around regional South Australia and beyond.
Philip Wen The official Chinese reaction to Brexit has been largely dispassionate, but risk posed by the event is more worrying.
Anna Patty Anouk Sireude resigned from her job when she was 12 weeks pregnant because another company offered her an extra month of paid parental leave.
Nicki Wight The Limestone Ladies CWA Branch has been keeping up with their busy calendar of events and workshops.
Paul McGeough It was one hell of a collision on Monday when the hugely successful American anti-abortion lobby ran into a brick wall called the US Supreme Court.
Paul McGeough Brexit should worry the Clinton campaign, because people ignored the boffins and went with their gut instincts in making a momentous and unexpected decision.