A SINGLE white cross stands on a barren landscape after one of the worst battles of WWI. But the story behind it, and the man buried under it, are not easily...
MELBOURNE will continue to cop the untrustworthy tag until it proves itself otherwise, Demons coach Simon Goodwin says ahead of Anzac eve clash
AUSTRALIAN soldiers have commemorated the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Beersheba by re-enacting the famous charge of the 4th Light Horse Brigade.
BETWEEN 2001 and 2015, 325 former members of the ADF took their own life.
YASSMIN Abdel-Magied says she feels betrayed by Australia and didn’t feel safe in her home country before she fled to London.
The jungles of Papua New Guinea tested our troops in the Second World War.
Slice made from same ingredients as the much-loved biscuit.
The Anzac Day flower is a symbol of the ultimate sacrifice
Historian AARON PEGRAM relives the hours during which the Germans captured 1170 Aussie prisoners of war during the first Battle of Bullecourt.
A LOCAL couple awarded the French Legion of Honour for their work commemorating the World War 1 battle of Pozieres has been recognised in Parliament House.
“That place moved me; I did some research into Allainville and how it was connected to Australian soldiers, it was really inspiring.”
THE Invictus Games, a worldwide sporting competition for wounded defence force veterans, will come to Sydney in 2018.
"Every doctor I have spoken to is baffled I am still alive."
BOYNE Smelters Limited are making a generous donation honouring diggers.
SELLING his Pearce Dr home may be the only way Barry Gracey can afford to create a memorial garden in memory of the fallen Anzacs at the Battle of Pozieres.
THE Coffs Coast joined Australians nationwide today to mark Anzac Day and pay tribute to military personnel who have served and died at war.
HUNDREDS of people from across the Coffs Coast and beyond commemorated servicemen past and present at Anzac Day dawn services around the region.
A STIRRING exhibition of Anzacs in France 1916 at C.ex Coffs.
THE Federal Government has announced it will axe the Lone Pine ceremony from Anzac day celebrations.
MACKAY artists who have created works to commemorate the Centenary of ANZAC could have their efforts recognised by the Australian Parliament.