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ONE-hundred years ago the Eaglehawk war memorial was unveiled to honour those who died in World War one. Now, it’s getting an update with more recent

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Today marks the 60th anniversary of the arrival in Saigon of the first contingent of the Australian Army Training Team Vietnam, on 3 August 1962.

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Moruya Country Markets Secretary, Kay Nash has unveiled a bronze plaque commemorating the lives lost in the the 80th Anniversary of the attack by the Japanese

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The Memorial has digitised the British Commonwealth Occupation Force (BCOF) Embarkation Rolls, which provide details about the Australians who served with the

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When it comes to family history, the Bush family of Jerrawa could write a book – and they have, several of them. It’s hardly surprising when you consider that

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Livingstone Shire Council have approved requests for the installation of memorial benches by the Emu Park Lions and the MG Club for installation in Yeppoon and

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Next week on July 27, Australia will commemorate those who served in the Korean War. A war that lasted from June 25, 1950 until the armistice on July 27, 1953

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Its name is synonymous with resilience, bravery and courage, and eight decades on the role of Australian troops at Kokoda is still being remembered with pride.

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This year for the first time since 2019, the Australian War Memorial will welcome a full Veterans’ March on Anzac Day, Monday 25 April, the 107th anniversary of

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MILITARY representatives from New Zealand paid a visit to honour fallen comrades buried in Brockenhurst’s cemetery. Thousands of soldiers from New Zealand

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Descendants and families of those who died in Australia's worst maritime disaster have gathered at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra, to mark the 80th