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Joint media release – More than $1 million to salute their service

Making sure veterans get the very best support available

Every time someone pulls on an Australian Defence Force (ADF) uniform they make a solemn vow. They are pledging to serve and defend our nation, to protect the values we hold dear – freedom, democracy, equality, respect and a fair go. All Australians owe a debt of...

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New boss to “clean up DVA’s shambles”

New boss to “clean up DVA’s shambles”

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has announced the appointment of Alison Frame as the new Secretary of the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, replacing Liz Cosson after Christmas. Alison Frame (left) will take over as Secretary of the Department of Veterans’ Affairs from...

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Joint media release – More than $1 million to salute their service

New Support Services Hub for Wodonga Veterans and Families

The latest addition to the Veterans’ and Families’ Hubs network has officially opened today in Wodonga, providing tailored services and support to the veteran community in regional Victoria.  Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Matt Keogh acknowledged the importance...

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Veterans’ Affairs Portfolio Responsibilities

Veterans’ Affairs Portfolio Responsibilities

As you may be aware, following the 2022 election, the Australian Government’s Veterans’ Affairsportfolio is the responsibility of the Minister for Veterans’ Affairs and the Assistant Ministerfor Veterans’ Affairs. We are writing to advise of the division of Veterans’...

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The Home Front: Our Vets’ Never-ending War Within

The Home Front: Our Vets’ Never-ending War Within

THE HOME FRONT documentary by Patrick Lindsay explores the plight of Australia’s modern war veterans, taking viewers on a journey of discovery into a world all too often filled with darkness, depression, PTSD, homelessness and suicide. The film allows our...

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