Monthly Archives: March 2018

Partnership Hub Open for Business

PARTNERSHIP HUB OPEN FOR BUSINESS On Tuesday April 3rd at 11.00am, Justin Brown, the Coordinator of the Partnership Hub at The Jamie Larcombe Centre, Glenside, will open the Hub to […]

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One month until Australia’s 2018 Commemorative program begins

April will mark the start of a significant program of military commemorations in Australia and overseas, with 2018 culminating in the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World […]

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Independent inquiry into the system of compensation and rehabilitation for veterans

The Turnbull Government has today announced a Productivity Commission inquiry into the system of compensation and rehabilitation for veterans. The Commission is the Government’s independent research and advisory body on […]

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Veteran pensions set to increase

Veteran pension payments will increase in March in line with the biannual indexation process. Pension recipients including veterans, their partners, war widows and widowers across Australia will receive increased payments […]

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Delivering better services for veterans and their families

Veterans and their families will receive increased support services and income support payments after the Senate passed new legislation today. The legislation follows a $31 million boost to mental health […]

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Raytheon Australia acts to support defence personnel and veterans

Invictus Games Sydney 2018 and Raytheon Australia have announced a partnership that further builds on Raytheon’s commitment to champion support for military personnel. “The Invictus Games is a powerful opportunity […]

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Grants supporting Ex-Service Organisations now open for applications

Applications are now open for the Building Excellence in Support and Training (BEST) grants and Grants-in-Aid for ex-service organisations announced by Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Darren Chester today. “These grants […]

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Inaugural Napier Waller Art Prize for Defence artists officially launched

The Australian War Memorial, in partnership with Thales Australia and with support from the University of Canberra, today launched the inaugural Napier Waller Art Prize, the first ever national art […]

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Call for Anzac Day Events

Are you hosting an Anzac Day Commemorative Service or Event? Help your community commemorate by posting your event on the Anzac Centenary Website. Our website is used by members of […]

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Andrew Russell Veteran Living Officially Opened

February 16, 2002, South Australian born SAS soldier Sergeant Andrew Russell was killed in action while on patrol in Afghanistan, as a result of the long range patrol vehicle that […]

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