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War Memorials Outside Canberra To Be Recognised starstarstarstarstar   27th June 2008 - Views: 247 War Memorials Outside Canberra To Be Recognised Parliament has now passed legislation that will allow memorials outside Canberra to be recognised as National Memorials. The Minister for Veterans’ Affairs, Alan Griffin, said the Australian Ex-Prisoners of War Memorial at Ballarat would be the first to receive such recognition.

Griffin Calls On Veterans To Put Their Best Voice Forward starstarstarstarstar   27th June 2008 - Views: 261 Griffin Calls On Veterans To Put Their Best Voice Forward Minister Griffin said meetings to be held nation-wide would discuss the structure and role of the Prime Ministerial Advisory Council on Ex-Service Matters—a key election commitment.

Six Western Australian Students Awarded Long Tan Bursaries starstarstarstarstar   27th June 2008 - Views: 264 Six Western Australian Students Awarded Long Tan Bursaries Mr Griffin said the Government recognised the challenges children face due to their parents’ Vietnam War service.

Six Wa Students To Be Presented With Long Tan Bursaries starstarstarstarstar   27th June 2008 - Views: 262 Six Wa Students To Be Presented With Long Tan Bursaries The students are studying at the following institutions: University of Notre Dame; Central TAFE, Perth; University of Western Australia; and Curtin University of Technology.

Kokoda Trekkers To Be Congratulated By Minister starstarstarstarstar   26th June 2008 - Views: 275 Kokoda Trekkers To Be Congratulated By Minister They will recognise a group of diabetes sufferers who have walked the Kokoda Track.

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