This monumental, unforgettable, deeply moving experience left the audience silent for a full minute before the roaring applause rang out.
They say nothing can inform your present and future as much as remembering the past, an act which Australians partake in regularly with the remembrance of the
Blue Mountains council recently finished repairing and restoring three local war memorials which had deteriorated because of wear and tear over time, and
New research into the little-known participation of Indigenous Australians in the Boer War has prompted the official dedication of a memorial grave in Sydney to
Army musician and sax player, Jaime Grech, joins classical saxophonist, Christina Leonard, in a musical triumph over one of our most contentious wars ever.
Australia’s withdrawal from the Vietnam War 50 years ago will be marked with two extraordinary concerts at Llewellyn Hall next month.
The Australian Embassy in Greece proudly presents the photographic exhibition ‘Mates and Allies – A tribute to the bonds forged between Australians and Greeks
War memorials in the region will get a facelift in the latest round of funding being made available as part of the NSW Government’s Community War Memorials Fund
43 years after the Battle of Coral-Balmoral, Vietnam veteran Tony Jensen received the “Medal for Gallantry” from Governor-General David Hurley.
Friday 14 May will mark a new annual tradition in Bathurst, with a Last Post Ceremony taking place to commence the three-day Festival Of Bells.