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by Ashayla Ramsay WHEN a soldier goes to war, we don’t question whether they are capable of defending this land. We don’t question if they can utilise their rifle to
Fremantle RSL has announced that the first recipient of their Youth Development Scholarships is Pia Piggott, of East Fremantle who is planning to undertake a student exchange program in the
In honour of the brave men and women who have served in the Australian Defence Force, The Perth Mint will install a memorial poppy wall at its East Perth heritage
Mayor Dennis Wellington said Albany had become a place where people could visit to connect the Anzac story without travelling abroad, and through the National Anzac Centre learn more about
RSLWA is shocked and deeply dismayed at comments by Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan regarding the safety of Australians in Turkey. Only recently Turkey was seeking to include Turkish veterans
New legislation introduced into Federal Parliament will provide better recognition of the unique nature of military service and further acknowledge the service and sacrifice of veterans and their families. The
Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Darren Chester has announced the introduction of a two-year pilot program to commemorate a number of unmarked graves of WWI veterans who died after returning from
RSLWA Chief Executive Officer, John McCourt, has congratulated the Eastern Region RSL Sub-Branch on its recent efforts to ensure a long-term future for the Sub-Branch at its existing location. Mr.
ANZAC-inspired arts installations keep rolling out in Albany, with a new exhibition now planned to tell the story of how two Australian generals and their troops saved the world’s best
This year the Greenbushes RSL is celebrating its centenary. Greenbushes, originally a tin mining, timber and farming community, has evolved into a small but vibrant community steeped in rich history.