Say hello to our latest victims, Coral and Terry Gallaway! Coral and Terry are two of the sweetest people we've met on the job and they were good enough to put up with a good half an hour (or more) of interrogation. Here's what we got out of them... 

What do you do in your spare time?
Coral: Cooking. And I like to visit our grandchildren - there's a lot of them!
Terry: I mow the lawn (laughs) I read a lot too. And I'd like to work on my future motorcycle.

Where do you live at the moment? How long have you been there?
St Mary's. We've been there for 37 years.

What are the biggest changes you've seen in your area?
When we first moved here, St Mary's was on the outskirts of town but over time, more houses and developments have gone up all around us. It also seems to be a lot quieter, in that, there are less kids around. There used to be some nice big trees, too. The young kids who once lived here have grown up and moved away, closer to the city.

Who is your oldest friend and how did you meet them?
Terry: Ron and his wife Greta. I've known them for 40 years. I met Ron through dirt biking. I don't get to see them much anymore as they live in Brisbane.
Coral: Jeanette. She's my grandmother's neighbours daughter. I've known her for all my life.

What is your star-sign?
We are both Sagittarius! Our birthdays are one day apart (although we were born in different years).

Favourite joke?
Coral: I love blonde jokes. I know I'm a blonde but I like them anyway.
Terry: A hard-working journalist, an honest lawyer and Superman were walking down the street when they see a $50 note on the ground. Who picks it up? The journalist - an honest lawyer and Superman don't exist.

Favourite movie?
Coral: 'Cool Hand Luke' and anything will Paul Newman. And Clint Eastwood!
Terry: 'What's up, Doc?' with Barbra Streisand is really good. I also like 'The Castle' and 'Flying High'.

Favourite band/musician?
Coral: AC/DC!
Terry: Anything country. Adam Harvey, Slim Dusty, Troy Cassar-Daley and Johnny Cash.

Favourite food?
Coral: Everything from seafood, French, Greek, Turkish...
Terry: Coral's cooking! I like plain Aussie cooking. Can't go past a big breakfast - eggs, bacon and rump for dinner.

What is the first thing you do in the morning?
Terry: Put on the underpants, fix myself some tea and then head off to work.
Coral: I get up and then turn around and make the bed straight away.
Terry: She's even made the bed with me still in it!

Favourite item of clothing?
Coral: My new red trenchcoat.
Terry: My Brisbane Bronco shorts.

Your dream vacation?
We've already been on it! Two years ago, we spent two months cruising halfway around the world on the QE2 (RMS Queen Elizabeth 2). We cruised from Sydney, around Asia, to Honolulu, all the way to Southampton, just the two of us.

Describe your perfect date...
A nice dinner at a restaurant on the water. The Bourbon restaurant in Kings Cross was good - nice food, nice views and always something interesting to see in the area (laughs) -  but, unfortunately, it's closed down now.

Who would you get to play you in a movie about your life?
Coral: Barbra Streisand or Meryl Streep.
Terry: Charles Bronson - I used to have the moustache!

What is the craziest thing you've ever done?
Coral: I rode horses into the ocean in Jamaica. Riding donkeys up a mountain in Santorini was pretty crazy, too.
Terry: It was during an Australian Championship Motorbiking competition. I reached out and grabbed another rider's bike and tried to pull up alongside him on the dirt-track.

What was your dream job as a child?
Coral: I wanted to be a computer programmer. Back then, computers were all new and exciting
Terry: I'm doing it! Journalism and working within the media is what I have always wanted to do

What is your proudest moment?
Coral: Mine and Terry's wedding in Refuge Bay, on the Hawkesbury River.
Terry: Definitely the wedding. Also, when my kids named my grandsons Darcy Terence and Adam Terence Roland. Terence is my name and Roland is my father's name. I've also won awards that I'm very proud of too. I've won the Police Commisioner's Award and also the ASTRA award for a short film I made about the Anita Cobby murder.

Name three things you can't live without.
Coral: My family, my hairdryer and my toothbrush!
Terry: Coral - oh, and the rest of the family! - my work and hot showers.

If you could have dinner with any three people (alive or dead), who would they be?
Coral: John Travolta, the Dalai Lama and Nigella Lawson.
Terry: John Laws (radio presenter), Peter Harvey from Channel 9 and Sir Stirling Moss (retired English racing driver).

Your motto in life?
Coral: Always look and do your best.
Terry: 'Nil bastardo carborundam' which is Latin for 'Don't let the bastards get you'.