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Western Advocate
Canberra Writers Festival: The word on the streetfirst story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and
Western Advocate / Posted 11 hours ago
first story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and going to a wonderful little school near the Australian War Memorial where I was allowed to write epic poems all afternoon. What was the first book you read that made... Read more
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The Courier
Canberra Writers Festival: The word on the streetfirst story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and
The Courier / Posted 13 hours ago
first story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and going to a wonderful little school near the Australian War Memorial where I was allowed to write epic poems all afternoon. What was the first book you read that made... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Canberra Writers Festival: The word on the streetfirst story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 13 hours ago
first story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and going to a wonderful little school near the Australian War Memorial where I was allowed to write epic poems all afternoon. What was the first book you read that made... Read more
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The Young Witness
Canberra Writers Festival: The word on the streetfirst story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and
The Young Witness / Posted 13 hours ago
first story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and going to a wonderful little school near the Australian War Memorial where I was allowed to write epic poems all afternoon. What was the first book you read that made... Read more
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Western Advocate
Canberra Writers Festival: The word on the streetfirst story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and
Western Advocate / Posted 13 hours ago
first story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and going to a wonderful little school near the Australian War Memorial where I was allowed to write epic poems all afternoon. What was the first book you read that made... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Canberra Writers Festival: The word on the streetfirst story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and
Kiama Independent / Posted 13 hours ago
first story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and going to a wonderful little school near the Australian War Memorial where I was allowed to write epic poems all afternoon. What was the first book you read that made... Read more
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Manning River Times
Canberra Writers Festival: The word on the streetfirst story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and
Manning River Times / Posted 13 hours ago
first story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and going to a wonderful little school near the Australian War Memorial where I was allowed to write epic poems all afternoon. What was the first book you read that made... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Canberra Writers Festival: The word on the streetfirst story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 13 hours ago
first story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and going to a wonderful little school near the Australian War Memorial where I was allowed to write epic poems all afternoon. What was the first book you read that made... Read more
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The North West Star
Canberra Writers Festival: The word on the streetfirst story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and
The North West Star / Posted 13 hours ago
first story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and going to a wonderful little school near the Australian War Memorial where I was allowed to write epic poems all afternoon. What was the first book you read that made... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Canberra Writers Festival: The word on the streetfirst story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and
Daily Liberal / Posted 14 hours ago
first story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and going to a wonderful little school near the Australian War Memorial where I was allowed to write epic poems all afternoon. What was the first book you read that made... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Peace prize winner to speak at dinnerhim into war”. An artist and filmmaker, Mr Gittoes has worked in war zones acr
Daily Liberal / Posted 14 hours ago
him into war”. An artist and filmmaker, Mr Gittoes has worked in war zones across the globe with peace keepers and as an Australian War Memorial photographer. Ms Lawry, a visual arts and photography teacher in Dubbo, has named the dinner after... Read more
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The Border Mail
Canberra Writers Festival: The word on the streetfirst story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and
The Border Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
first story but I remember the first poem - I was seven, living in Canberra and going to a wonderful little school near the Australian War Memorial where I was allowed to write epic poems all afternoon. What was the first book you read that made... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Writers Festival: The word on the streetfirst story but I remember the first poem – I was seven, living in Canberra and
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 hours ago
first story but I remember the first poem – I was seven, living in Canberra and going to a wonderful little school near the Australian War Memorial where I was allowed to write epic poems all afternoon. What was the first book you read that made... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Writers Festival: The word on the streetfirst story but I remember the first poem – I was seven, living in Canberra and
The Age / Posted 14 hours ago
first story but I remember the first poem – I was seven, living in Canberra and going to a wonderful little school near the Australian War Memorial where I was allowed to write epic poems all afternoon. What was the first book you read that made... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Memorial boss to visitAustralian War Memorial director Dr Brendan Nelson is to be guest speaker at a
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
Australian War Memorial director Dr Brendan Nelson is to be guest speaker at a charity dinner at Dubbo. Orator: Australian War Memorial director Dr Brendan Nelson will be guest speaker at a dinner in Dubbo. Australian War Memorial (AWM) director Dr... Read more
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The Border Mail
Drongos who climb Uluru determined to be ignorantMost people wouldn't defecate on the shrine to unknown soldiers at the Australi
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Most people wouldn't defecate on the shrine to unknown soldiers at the Australian War Memorial, picnic in front of the Mona Lisa, scale the spire of St Mary's Cathedral or urinate on the wailing wall in Jerusalem. These are sacred or special places,... Read more
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The Courier
Drongos who climb Uluru determined to be ignorantMost people wouldn't defecate on the shrine to unknown soldiers at the Australi
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
Most people wouldn't defecate on the shrine to unknown soldiers at the Australian War Memorial, picnic in front of the Mona Lisa, scale the spire of St Mary's Cathedral or urinate on the wailing wall in Jerusalem. These are sacred or special places,... Read more
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Perth Now
World War II veterans cast in new lighttwo years in the making, of 6500 war veterans posing with their medals, mates a
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
two years in the making, of 6500 war veterans posing with their medals, mates and memorabilia was unveiled at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra on Tuesday. For many now aged in their 90s it's been a while since they had to scrub up... Read more
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News.com.au
World War II veterans cast in new lighttwo years in the making, of 6500 war veterans posing with their medals, mates a
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
two years in the making, of 6500 war veterans posing with their medals, mates and memorabilia was unveiled at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra on Tuesday. For many now aged in their 90s it's been a while since they had to scrub up... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
WWII veterans 'awed' to be part of massive portrait projectWWII veterans captured in massive portrait project displayed at Australian War
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
WWII veterans captured in massive portrait project displayed at Australian War Memorial Thousands of surviving World War II veterans have been immortalised in the largest photographic project ever undertaken in Australia. The 6,500 portraits, shot... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Korean War vet laments tensionsarmed with an automatic rifle surveys a fire in Seoul from a slit trench overlo
Kiama Independent / Posted 3 days ago
armed with an automatic rifle surveys a fire in Seoul from a slit trench overlooking the frozen Han River in 1951. Photo: Australian War Memorial After a lifetime of service – six years in the army, six years in the QLD police force and 20 years... Read more
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News.com.au
Cover-up robs Aussies of Kokoda victorythe significance of the Australian victory in the battle at Eora Creek. Ramage
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
the significance of the Australian victory in the battle at Eora Creek. Ramage unearthed Japanese documents at the Australian War Memorial that, when translated, show an order for a Japanese withdrawal from Eora Creek was backdated by two... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Times Letters: Simple steps to equalityto realise a long-standing intention to commemorate General Sir John Monash in
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
to realise a long-standing intention to commemorate General Sir John Monash in the vicinity of Anzac Parade and the Australian War Memorial. Many years ago, Monash Drive was gazetted as a ring road to the city along the flanks of Mounts... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters: Simple steps to equalityto realise a long-standing intention to commemorate General Sir John Monash in
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
to realise a long-standing intention to commemorate General Sir John Monash in the vicinity of Anzac Parade and the Australian War Memorial. Many years ago, Monash Drive was gazetted as a ring road to the city along the flanks of Mounts... Read more
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Daily Liberal
More than $3 million in Building Better Regions’ Fundremains open. Remarkable guest speaker for Dubbo Dubbo will host an extraordi
Daily Liberal / Posted 11 days ago
remains open. Remarkable guest speaker for Dubbo Dubbo will host an extraordinary event on August 21 with the Australian War Memorial Director, Dr Brendan Nelson AO, speaking at a huge charity fundraising dinner. Dr Nelson is one of... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Last chance to share the memories of a WWII flyerhe adored flying and the care shown by his dad in preserving his items was mov
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 days ago
he adored flying and the care shown by his dad in preserving his items was moving; his memoirs are also on display at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra. “He was very meticulous and it just showed how he loved that life,” Mr Colville... Read more
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Canberra Times
Singaporean TV star Desmond Tan to show off Canberra to his homelandin Singapore a decade ago, entering it on a whim, he might now be a city planne
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
in Singapore a decade ago, entering it on a whim, he might now be a city planner. Singapore star Desmond Tan visiting the Australian War Memorial to record a travel show for screening in his homeland. Photo: Rohan Thomson "I'm intrigued by how... Read more
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The Age
Singaporean TV star Desmond Tan to show off Canberra to his homelandin Singapore a decade ago, entering it on a whim, he might now be a city planne
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
in Singapore a decade ago, entering it on a whim, he might now be a city planner. Singapore star Desmond Tan visiting the Australian War Memorial to record a travel show for screening in his homeland. Photo: Rohan Thomson "I'm intrigued by how... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Singaporean TV star Desmond Tan to show off Canberra to his homelandin Singapore a decade ago, entering it on a whim, he might now be a city planne
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
in Singapore a decade ago, entering it on a whim, he might now be a city planner. Singapore star Desmond Tan visiting the Australian War Memorial to record a travel show for screening in his homeland. Photo: Rohan Thomson "I'm intrigued by how... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Famous VC recipient’s Shoalhaven connectionwith the 2nd Division 18th Battalion. This photo was taken in Vignacourt, Franc
Kiama Independent / Posted 14 days ago
with the 2nd Division 18th Battalion. This photo was taken in Vignacourt, France, in November 1918. Courtesy of the Australian War Memorial. Accession number P10550.127 The Louis and Antoinette Thuillier Collection of The Lost Diggers of... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Famous VC recipient a Shoalhaven connectionwith the 2nd Division 18th Battalion. This photo was taken in Vignacourt, Franc
Kiama Independent / Posted 14 days ago
with the 2nd Division 18th Battalion. This photo was taken in Vignacourt, France, in November 1918. Courtesy of the Australian War Memorial. Accession number P10550.127 The Louis and Antoinette Thuillier Collection of The Lost Diggers of... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Famous VC winner had a Shoalhaven connectionwith the 2nd Division 18th Battalion. This photo was taken in Vignacourt, Franc
Kiama Independent / Posted 14 days ago
with the 2nd Division 18th Battalion. This photo was taken in Vignacourt, France, in November 1918. Courtesy of the Australian War Memorial. Accession number P10550.127 The Louis and Antoinette Thuillier Collection of The Lost Diggers of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Singaporean TV star Desmond Tan to visit Canberra - with 91 of his fansfavourite pursuits – food and travel. On the weekend's itinerary are visits to
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
favourite pursuits – food and travel. On the weekend's itinerary are visits to The Truffle Farm, Parliament House, the Australian War Memorial, Mount Ainslie lookout, the Royal Australian Mint, Capital Region Farmers Market, Cockington Green... Read more
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The Age
Singaporean TV star Desmond Tan to visit Canberra - with 91 of his fansfavourite pursuits – food and travel. On the weekend's itinerary are visits to
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
favourite pursuits – food and travel. On the weekend's itinerary are visits to The Truffle Farm, Parliament House, the Australian War Memorial, Mount Ainslie lookout, the Royal Australian Mint, Capital Region Farmers Market, Cockington Green... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Their father was a war hero: Lim Bo Seng’s children remember the Fall of Singaporewill also present new artefacts from the national collection and those on-loan
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 18 days ago
will also present new artefacts from the national collection and those on-loan from 10 overseas museums, such as the Australian War Memorial and the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. Another highlight is a 25-pounder gun, the standard... Read more
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Canberra Times
Passchendaele 100 years on: The WWI battle that claimed 12,000 Australian livescasualties and pointless attrition of the Great War. Troops of the 5th Divisio
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
casualties and pointless attrition of the Great War. Troops of the 5th Division during the Battle of Passchendaele. Photo: Australian War Memorial No better is this battlefield illustrated than in images by Australian photographers Frank Hurley... Read more
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WA Today
Marking 100 years since Passchendaele, the WWI battle that claimed 12,000 Australian livescasualties and pointless attrition of the Great War. Troops of the 5th Divisio
WA Today / Posted 18 days ago
casualties and pointless attrition of the Great War. Troops of the 5th Division during the Battle of Passchendaele. Photo: Australian War Memorial No better is this battlefield illustrated than in images by Australian photographers Frank Hurley... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Passchendaele 100 years on: The WWI battle that claimed 12,000 Australian livescasualties and pointless attrition of the Great War. Troops of the 5th Divisio
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 days ago
casualties and pointless attrition of the Great War. Troops of the 5th Division during the Battle of Passchendaele. Photo: Australian War Memorial No better is this battlefield illustrated than in images by Australian photographers Frank Hurley... Read more
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The Age
Passchendaele 100 years on: The WWI battle that claimed 12,000 Australian livescasualties and pointless attrition of the Great War. Troops of the 5th Divisio
The Age / Posted 18 days ago
casualties and pointless attrition of the Great War. Troops of the 5th Division during the Battle of Passchendaele. Photo: Australian War Memorial No better is this battlefield illustrated than in images by Australian photographers Frank Hurley... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Marking 100 years since Passchendaele, the WWI battle that claimed 12,000 Australian livescasualties and pointless attrition of the Great War. Troops of the 5th Divisio
Brisbane Times / Posted 18 days ago
casualties and pointless attrition of the Great War. Troops of the 5th Division during the Battle of Passchendaele. Photo: Australian War Memorial No better is this battlefield illustrated than in images by Australian photographers Frank Hurley... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Glam girl gets dirty for Kokodathat is Legacy Australia.”media_cameraHills and jungles ... soldiers patrol nea
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 20 days ago
that is Legacy Australia.”media_cameraHills and jungles ... soldiers patrol near Eora Creek on the Kokoda Track. Photo: Australian War Memorial Tony Ralph, Chairman, of Legacy Australia, called the trek “the highlight of the Legacy calendar... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Wollongong artist highlights significance of animals in used waris not discriminatory with humans and animals displaying symptoms of trauma reg
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 20 days ago
is not discriminatory with humans and animals displaying symptoms of trauma regardless of the cause. Picture: Supplied The Australian War Memorial lists a variety of ways animals have been utilised in war such as horses, camels, mules and donkeys... Read more
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Canberra Times
Gimme Shelter: Tales of courage from the frontline and homeof those who don't, ask themselves every day. Can that door ever really be clos
Canberra Times / Posted 20 days ago
of those who don't, ask themselves every day. Can that door ever really be closed? Gimme Shelter will be launched at the Australian War Memorial on August 17. 6 for 6.30pm. Details at info@bonnierpublishing.com.au Gimme Shelter: Stories of... Read more
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The Age
Gimme Shelter: Tales of courage from the frontline and homeof those who don't, ask themselves every day. Can that door ever really be clos
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
of those who don't, ask themselves every day. Can that door ever really be closed? Gimme Shelter will be launched at the Australian War Memorial on August 17. 6 for 6.30pm. Details at info@bonnierpublishing.com.au Gimme Shelter: Stories of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Gimme Shelter: Tales of courage from the frontline and homeof those who don't, ask themselves every day. Can that door ever really be clos
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
of those who don't, ask themselves every day. Can that door ever really be closed? Gimme Shelter will be launched at the Australian War Memorial on August 17. 6 for 6.30pm. Details at info@bonnierpublishing.com.au Gimme Shelter: Stories of... Read more
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NZCity
Passchendaele, the horror battle of WWIdestroying the drainage system which had kept this sodden area of northern Euro
NZCity / Posted 22 days ago
destroying the drainage system which had kept this sodden area of northern Europe adequately dry for centuries. Australian War Memorial senior historian Ashley Ekins said as the front line advanced, mud made it progressively more... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The women who dug deep for the war effortLand Army.media_cameraA volunteer from the Australia Women’s Land Army ploughs
Daily Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
Land Army.media_cameraA volunteer from the Australia Women’s Land Army ploughs the land during World War II. Picture: Australian War Memorial Inspired by the British example of sending women volunteers to work the land, 75 years ago tomorrow,... Read more
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Kiama Independent
How the Lost Diggers​ came back to lifeof these amazing people - George Petrou Artist George Petrou first came across
Kiama Independent / Posted 24 days ago
of these amazing people - George Petrou Artist George Petrou first came across the exhibition of The Lost Diggers at the Australian War Memorial. He said Coulthart’s book, which brought many of the amazing stories of the Diggers to life,... Read more
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News.com.au
Extraordinary bravery in vile conditionsteacher Mavis Parkinson was killed by Japanese soldiers in Papua New Guinea dur
News.com.au / Posted 28 days ago
teacher Mavis Parkinson was killed by Japanese soldiers in Papua New Guinea during World War II. Pictures: AAP/Australian War Memorial MIDNIGHT. Beneath the trees, the darkness is near impenetrable. But the enemy is there … close. It... Read more
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BBC News
Senator John McCain: Who is the Republican elder statesman?the countries' relationship. Image caption Senator McCain places a poppy on the
BBC News / Posted 29 days ago
the countries' relationship. Image caption Senator McCain places a poppy on the Roll of Honour wall during a visit to the Australian War Memorial in Canberra In 2017, Mr McCain travelled to war-torn Syria to visit US forces deployed there. He... Read more
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