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.
David Campbell Church was just 20 years old in 1944 when his fighter plan crashed in the Norwegian city of Bergen. Thanks to the kindness of two strangers
Charles Burgess was born in Vienna, Austria on March 31, 1917, a year before the end of the First World War, and passed away in Bellingen, NSW, on April 4 this
EMOTIONS ran free at a special event in Ulladulla on Friday just gone. Voices cracked and tears flowed as plaques on Ulladulla's Frontline Services Memorial
There are statues of mythological figures and animals in the Australian War Memorial's sculpture garden, but there isn't one depicting a woman who has actually
The nephew of an Anzac soldier killed in World War I says he was staggered to learn of the existence of a war diary, which was handed to him at Melbourne’s
Private Harold West, a proud Murrawarri man who became known as “The Ghost of Kokoda”, was so good at his work that it was said he “could track a Geegar (little
The journey of Indigenous men and women who have served in the Australian Defence Force (ADF) has been captured by an Indigenous artist in a unique coin that
Residents of Copacabana are celebrating the fact that their Naval Memorial is now registered as an official War Memorial.
As the Royal Australian Air Force marks its 100th anniversary we look at the illustrious history of the RAAF, through rare archival footage and in-depth
Laura Elizabeth Forster was a trailblazing woman who pushed the boundaries of societal norms to become a respected doctor, surgeon, and researcher.