The Australian Army’s newest toy has been unveiled at Gallipoli Barracks. It’s called “the Boxer.” And these Combat Reconnaissance Vehicles will be built right here in Brisbane. Sam Wilson reports.
Media workers killed during front line reporting have been honoured in Brisbane. Army and media officials came together at QUT to pay their respects. Georgia Collings reports.
Hundreds of thousands of Australian veterans and their families are about to commemorate the 104th anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli. And it’s begun with services for students. Tom Robson reports.
Keen cyclists are getting ready for a huge challenge this weekend, riding from Brisbane to the Gold Coast. It’s all for charity of course, helping returned servicemen and women settle back into their healthy lives. Bridget Nagel reports.
Australia is to provide $5 million and medical staff to help victims of the earthquake and tsunami. More than 1200 people are now believed dead. Norma Hilton reports.
The Australian Army loves a parade, and today officers at Enoggera put on quite a show. The First Military Police battalion marked its official transition of command with an impressive display of discipline. James Hawes reports.
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It’s 100 years since one of the most devastating events of the First World War – the Battle of Villers-Bretonneux. The centenary should boost crowds at ANZAC Day commemorations across the nation. Kirsty Davis reports.
Thousands of students gathered in ANZAC Square today for the annual Commemoration Ceremony. The Governor spoke to the young crowd about the importance of keeping the ANZAC legacy alive. Lucy Czerwinski reports.
Fighting terrorism was on the agenda in Canberra today. A special meeting of State and Territory leaders gave their support to a range of tough new national security measures, but the Prime Minister insists Australians won’t be under mass surveillance. …