Dear Editor, Terry Martin asks why a billionaire could not provide his services to the Australian War Memorial pro bono and “leave a few more crumbs for veterans” (Letters 13 Nov).
14 November 2019
11 November 2019
At 11 am today the nation paused for Remembrance Day, marking the 101st anniversary of the Armistice that ended the First World War on 11 November 1918; while approximately 2700 people attended the ceremony on the grounds of the Australian War Memorial.
29 October 2019
Members of the general public seeking free seated tickets for the 2019 Remembrance Day National Ceremony can now book online through the Australian War Memorial’s website.
24 October 2019
The Australian War Memorial today launched The long search for peace, completing the six-volume Official History of Australian Peacekeeping, Humanitarian and Post-Cold War operations.
22 October 2019
At a handover ceremony that took place this morning the Australian War Memorial received a set of military medals which had been lost for 40 years.
17 October 2019
The Courage for Peace tells the stories of those who work to make, shape and keep peace for Australians and others around the globe.
10 October 2019
The Australian War Memorial has unveiled two commissioned artworks created by Vietnamese-born artist Dr Dacchi Dang, highlighting the underrepresented wartime experience of Vietnamese–Australians.
08 October 2019
The Australian War Memorial unlocked the doors to its storage hub in Mitchell on Saturday as the Big things in store open day returned for the first time in three years.
27 September 2019
I write in response to your story of 26 September, ‘War memorial's former director urges any changes to the important site to 'hasten slowly' and with complete consultation’.