The service will remember the 212 young National Servicemen who gave their lives in conflicts in Borneo & Vietnam. The service will be followed by refreshments. Tributes may be laid. National Servicemen’s Association HQ, Memorial Gardens, 41 Surrey Rd Keswick (cnr Everard Avenue) Keswick, South Australia. Please advise attendance & tribute laying to nsaasa@adam.com.au

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A powerful, new independent body will be created to investigate all suspected veteran and Australian Defence Force suicides and causes to help save lives. The Federal Government will establish a permanent National Commissioner for Defence and Veteran Suicide Prevention Media Release Fact Sheet

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Australia Day is celebrated with many activities across the nation. In South Australia Monday 27th of January is also a public holiday.

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The RSL SA office will be closed from Monday 23rd December ands reopen on Monday 6th January 2020

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Open Arms is here 24/7 to support current and ex-serving veterans and families with free and confidential counselling and group programs. If you need help to rebuild your mental fitness call 1800 011 046. Check out the website http://www.OpenArms.gov.au

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RSL SA/NT recognises that veteran care is often needed out of business hours and provides this list of agencies and contacts that may offer assistance when we are unavailable. AFTER HOURS CARE Veterans Mental Health issues take various forms – confusion, dementia, suicide threat, anxiety, aggression. There are varying degrees of resolution – GP through…

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Join the Epic Flight Centenary in Adelaide to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the historic Vickers Vimy landing in Darwin on 10 December 1919, and re-dedicate the Sir Ross Smith Memorial (originally dedicated on 10 December 1927). This is a key City of Adelaide event during South Australia’s celebration of the Epic Flight Centenary in…

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THE RSL IS NO PLACE FOR FRAUDS MEDALS Military service to your country is a proud achievement. The Australian Government awards medals and honours to signify service and contribution to the nation. Most people wear medals appropriately, knowing that they have earned them. A minority embellish their service with lies and trinket medals, thinking it…

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