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A memorial honouring those who served and lost their lives in Australia's longest war has opened in Brisbane.

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A stunning new war memorial to HMAS Perth in East Fremantle is one step closer to coming to fruition.

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War memorials offer special insights into local history and heroism. Each small town has their own stories of sacrifice, determination and devotion to duty. We

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In 1915, Australia's Defence Act prohibited "men not of substantial European origin" from enlisting to fight in World War I. But 21-year-old Northern Territory

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A century of Western Australian military history will be recognised at a special event in Perth next month, and a group of South West 'troopers' have been

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Tributes have flowed for World War II navy veteran and Toowoomba RSL sub branch stalwart Joe Treers, aged 99.

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The opening exhibition for the new Rocky Hill War Memorial Museum building, Objects of National Significance: When war trophies came to Goulburn, has been

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The contemporary significance of a historic town hall to a country community like Kojonup has been recognised by the local Shire, which has just completed four

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The site of the Rockingham RSL Club, in Memorial Drive, Peron, has a Remembrance Wall and WW1 Roll of honour as well as other War Memorabilia, and on Vietnam

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Victoria’s City of Casey Council will soon start the second phase of a tree renewal project along the Beaconsfield Avenue of Honour to ensure the significant

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A family in Alabama laid to rest a young sailor killed almost 80 years ago in the attack on Pearl Harbor.