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This monumental, unforgettable, deeply moving experience left the audience silent for a full minute before the roaring applause rang out.

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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

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Blue Mountains council recently finished repairing and restoring three local war memorials which had deteriorated because of wear and tear over time, and

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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

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Army musician and sax player, Jaime Grech, joins classical saxophonist, Christina Leonard, in a musical triumph over one of our most contentious wars ever.

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Australia’s withdrawal from the Vietnam War 50 years ago will be marked with two extraordinary concerts at Llewellyn Hall next month.

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The Australian Embassy in Greece proudly presents the photographic exhibition ‘Mates and Allies – A tribute to the bonds forged between Australians and Greeks

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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

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43 years after the Battle of Coral-Balmoral, Vietnam veteran Tony Jensen received the “Medal for Gallantry” from Governor-General David Hurley.

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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.