Korean War Veterans at the presentation of the Australian veterans memorabilia at the UN Peace Memorial Hall
Christine M Knight salutes Korean War veterans and breaks some silences
This month it’s time for a tribute to and remembrance of the Australian service men and women who served in the Korean War 65
The Bulletin salutes Vietnam Veterans
Veterans and the Australian community honoured the service and sacrifice of nearly 60,000 Australians who served in the Vietnam War, including the 521 who lost their lives and more than 3,000 who were wounded.
Vietnam Veterans Day is commemorated annually on 18 August, and this year it
A week ago as I write this, Malcolm Bligh Turnbull was sworn in as Australia’s 29th Prime Minister after a swift and decisive late night coup ousted the 28th PM, Anthony John Abbott. While Turnbull is the 29th person to take the top job, his is actually the 35th prime
Hold the front page! Stop the press! This week the government made an announcement on a grave matter affecting our nation’s future. This was an emergency requiring 10 flags, a minister and the prime minister. The nation has declared war on … cats.
Admittedly, this being one of the very few
After a series of telephone outages in the Gundillion-Krawarree region, and lack of action on the part of Telstra to address the issues, local residents finally managed to secure a meeting with Peter Hendy in April. At a community forum held at the Gundillion Hall, Hendy agreed to inform the