Posts Tagged ‘Public’

OPERATION K9 ASSISTANCE DOG PROGRAM

Operation K9 is a joint program provided by the Royal Society for the Blind and the Returned & Services League South Australia. Operation K9 assistance dogs are provided to eligible veterans of the Australian Defence Force who have been diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress. An Assistance (or Service) Dog is any dog that is individually…

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Board Election Results

RESULTS OF THE 2018 NOMINATION/ELECTION PROCESS FOR PRESIDENT, BOARD MEMBERS & REGIONAL COORDINATORS FOR RSL SA/NT 1. Nominations a. President – Bronson Horan b. Board members – Trevor Whitelaw (Brighton), Cheryl Cates (Largs Bay), Bob Shewring (Darwin), Wayne Langford (Tea Tree Gully) c. Regional Coordinators – Wayne Langford (A4 North), David Laing (C2 Murray), Brad…

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RSL Presidents Forum Video

RSL SA NT Presidents Forum 26/2/18. The forum was well attended by Sub-Branch representatives to be informed with reports on various issues; the introduction of CEO Kim Henshaw and to ask questions. View the 2h 38m video http://bit.ly/2G93jQi

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Korean War Service Medal Approved

VETERANS of the Korean War have been approved to wear the Republic of Korea War Service medal by the Governor-General, His Excellency General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove AK MC (Retd). As a foreign award, the Republic of Korea War Service Medal is not administered by Defence. Eligible veterans may purchase the replica medal from…

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Bangka Day Memorial Service

9.45am for 10.00am Presented by the South Australian Women’s Memorial Playing Fields Trust Inc. South Australian Women’s Memorial Playing Fields Shepherds Hill Road, St Marys

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VALOUR & VIOLETS – South Australians in the Great War

VALOUR & VIOLETS Close to 35,000 South Australians enlisted for service overseas during the Great War. Around 5500 never came back. Countless more returned with physical and psychological injuries that would affect them for the rest of their lives. Valour and Violets brings together for the first time the stories of the campaigns and battles…

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Overseas Anniversary Commemorations

As many Australians start to plan overseas trips for 2018, the Department of Veterans’ Affairs encourage those planning on attending international commemorative services to register early. Registration to attend overseas commemorations is now open and passes are provided at no cost: http://overseascommemorations.ticketek.com.au

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