Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have a long tradition of fighting for Country, and continue to serve with honour among our military forces.
Places of Pride: the National Register of War Memorials has passed the significant milestone of 10,000 memorials being listed, just two years after it was
In an Australian first, veterans who lost their lives to suicide are being remembered with a new memorial unveiled in Townsville.
Seventy-five years ago, on 15 August 1945, Emperor Hirohito publicly announced Japan’s acceptance of the Allies’ terms and Japan’s surrender. Nazi Germany had
Port Pirie Regional Council and the Port Pirie RSL have partnered to develop and enhance the South East Asian War Memorial in time for Vietnam Veterans Day.
The Mandurah Murray Vietnam and Veterans group will hold its annual commemorative service at the Mandurah War Memorial on Vietnam Veterans Day on Tuesday
The Australian War Memorial has welcomed Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s announcement that he has recommended the Queen posthumously award Second World War hero
Just after 2 am on 5 August 1944, approximately 545 Japanese prisoners attempted to escape from No. 12 Prisoner of War Compound in Cowra, NSW.
Have you seen the quaint little structure out the front of the All Saints Anglican Church in Nowra?