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Olive Haynes was a bright-eyed 26-year-old when she signed up to serve her country. But nothing could prepare her for the horrors she saw that would haunt her a

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More than a dozen candid and rare photos of Australian soldiers heading to war have emerged, showing what life was really like. See the pictures.

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With a population of less than 1500, the town of Quorn, South Australia, is fondly called home by one Army officer. Lieutenant Amy Hannigan, of Headquarters

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A large mural depicting a World War II maritime tragedy which touched the lives of Stanhope people has been completed in the town. The mural tells the story of

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Family members of Victoria Cross for Australia recipient Ordinary Seaman the late Edward 'Teddy' Sheean have experienced life at sea in the Royal Australian

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Thousands of Central Coast residents are expected to participate in ANZAC services across the region on April 25, with a late change to Gosford services due to

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Decades after five Indigenous brothers signed up to serve Australia in World War II, their families and the Pilbara Regiment have come together to commemorate

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The Prime Minister of Australia, Scott Morrison, announced recently the funding of $4.9 million in the 2022-23 budget for the Lemnos Remembrance Trail to honor

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O'Connell Valley Community group are excited to have organised an ex-police horse to take part in its commemorate Anzac Day service on April 25.

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NSW Anzac Day commemorations will be free of Covid interruptions this year, and there’s been another big change. This year’s Anzac Day commemorations are aiming

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An Australian veterans’ association is honouring the first recorded New Zealander to die at Gallipoli, an Otago soldier who bridged the gap between the Anzac