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THE unveiling of a commemorative seat at Mornington Memorial Park at 11am on Monday 23 January marks the 81st anniversary of the largest loss of life in

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Hurstbridge’s Lone Pine, stolen on Monday night from Anzac Memorial Park in Main Road, has been recovered. The tree was yesterday found intact, dumped in a skip

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A MONUMENT recognising an unfortunate part of Torquay’s military history was unveiled at the weekend. A crowd of about 30 people gathered at Point Addis for the

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Goulburn 1939-1945: A memoir of service and the home front opened at Rocky Hill War Memorial Museum on Friday 16 December, 2022. The exhibition features objects

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More than 20 years after her death, Broken Hill nurse Lieutenant Colonel Vivian Bullwinkel is set to become the first woman honoured with a statue at the

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Two ceremonies held in Murgon last weekend aim to ensure the memory of Queen Elizabeth II’s long reign will not be forgotten in a hurry.

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The Australian Defence Force has a rich history of family legacies being carried on through the generations. The Bostock dynasty started with James Dundee

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It was 25 March 1945, and 24-year-old Jack Tredrea was in the back of a Liberator bomber, preparing to parachute ‘blind’ into Japanese-occupied Borneo. The

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The news this month that the WA Government has told a strategic review of Australia’s defence force that American and British nuclear-powered submarines should

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Staff and volunteers are currently working on the next big exhibition at Goulburn’s Rocky Hill War Memorial Museum and they need your help. Due to open on the

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RSLs and war memorials around the Mornington Peninsula were a place for solemn reflection on Friday, 11 November, as hundreds of people gathered on Remembrance