Last week, debate raged between Aussie chessers over one of the most contentious rules in the Laws of Chess - rule 12.2b, the "mobile phone rule". It was sparked by an incident at the Ryde-Eastwood Open wherein someone's mobile phone rang but the arbiter, IA Jason Lyons, opted not to declare the game lost for the offending player (Player A).
Player B, Trent Parker, was apparently not very happy with this ruling. He has since lodged an appeal with the NSWCA.
For details, check out this post by Matthew Sweeney in the Australian Chess Club Forum.