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In Your Defence

Welcome to the first edition of "In Your Defence" - Tindall Gask Bentley Lawyers' e-newsletter for Defence personnel. The biggest news this week is the Commonwealth Ombudsman's announcement of the

Christmas Message

Speech given by Her Excellency the Honourable Kerry Sanderson AC, Governor of Western Australia. The festive season is a time of celebration and also of renewal when we can reflect

Field of Light

From October 2018 until ANZAC Day 2019. Premier Mark McGowan presented a $300,000 Lotterywest grant to the City of Albany to support an immersive art installation honouring the service and

ANZAC Day Trust

Eight ex-service organisations have divvied up $300,000 in the latest round of funding from the ANZAC Day Trust, with Legacy WA and the Returned and Services League (RSL) WA allocated more than

Happy Birthday!

The event was held on Sunday 3 December. The Osborne Park RSL Sub-Branch recently celebrated its 98th Birthday. In front of a packed hall of Members and guests the branch's

Tasmania and Centenary of the Armistice

Tasmania is home to some of the oldest RSL Sub-Branches. Tasmania is the smallest state in Australia with a population of around 500,000. Not many people are aware of the

Defence Archive

The new system starts on 10 January 2018. Defence Archives and Service Centres (DASC) is upgrading its systems and processes to provide customers with faster secure access to records via

Honour Avenues Group

Our final ceremony for 2017 saw 12 more memorial plaques dedicated at May Circle in Kings Park. This brings to 50 commemorations for service personnel who enlisted in Western Australia,

Military-to-Civilian Career Summit

Western Australia has held its first ever Military-to-Civilian Career Summit. Eighty people registered for the event designed specifically to be a one-stop-shop for Veterans negotiating their journey from the Military to the Civilian workforce.

School Honour Board

Do you know of any past or current Kedron State High School students or staff (cleaners, groundsmen, office workers, teachers, principals etc), who have served as part of the Australian