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Today, the nation remembers those Australians who served in the Korean War, on the anniversary of the 1953 Armistice agreement. More than 17,000 served, 340 Australians lost their lives and more than 1,200 were wounded. 21 Nations provided military personnel, medical support or other assets to the United Nations effort in Korea, despite most still […]

It was a moving experience to see friends and neighbours all come out onto their driveways this morning as we commemorate the sacrifices those who have served on this most unusual of Anzac Days. Some of you may recognise the motto of the Queensland Police Service as the title of this article; the reason for […]

MEDIA RELEASE March 19 2019 FOR the first time, a former Regimental Sergeant Major of the Army has been appointed as the new Repatriation Commissioner with outgoing Commissioner Major General Mark Kelly AO, DSC completing his appointment on 30 June this year. Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Darren Chester today announced Mr Don Spinks AM, who […]

Please click here for the Advocacy News, Issue 10, December 2018.  Should you have any enquires about ATDP or would like to provide feedback/comments on the newsletter, please send an email to [email protected] Kind regards, Mark McCarthy ATDP Projects and Communications Officer Employment and Rehabilitation Policy Department of Veterans’ Affairs T 02 6289 6026 | ext 616026 Email: [email protected]

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MINISTER for Veterans’ Affairs and Defence Personnel Darren Chester today welcomed the Productivity Commission draft report of its inquiry into compensation and rehabilitation for veterans. “The report reinforces a commitment to putting the well-being of veterans and their families first, it outlines the importance of a whole-of-life focus and it acknowledges the key role of […]

This article was written for the South African Legion by Peter Dickens and later published in the Kenya Regiment Magazine, Mini Sitrep Kenya.  One of our members, Don Thompson kindly forwarded the publication:  I wonder whether readers realise that the ‘ two minutes silence’ and its association to Armistice Day, Remembrance Day (or 11/11). has […]

One of our regular social Members, Pat Barlow celebrated her 70th surprise birthday at the weekly morning tea on Friday 8th September with other club members.  Pat turned 70 on Tuesday 12th September.  The President provided the cake which was prepared in the shape of a very hairy little dog.  All members of the Kenmore-Moggill […]

  Keith Victorsen OAM, a long-standing member of the Kenmore-Moggill RSL recently celebrated his 90th birthday.  Pictured is Keith and his wife Barbara with a birthday cake presented by the RSL Club made by Julie Grey. Keith was born in Brisbane on 3rd September 1927 and attended the Coorparoo State School between 1932 and 1942. […]

Increased risk of attempted suicide in Australian veterans is associated with total and permanent incapacitation, unemployment and posttraumatic stress disorder severity. You can read the full paper on suicide amongst veterans conducted by Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation in conjunction with Toowong Private Hospital, and published this week in the Australian & New Zealand Journal of […]

Dear ESORT members, I am writing to inform you of the recent release of the Government’s Response to the National Mental Health Commission (NMHC) Review into the prevention of self-harm and suicide. The Minister for Veterans’ Affairs and Defence Personnel released the Government’s response on 30 June 2017 in Melbourne. The response is available online […]