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Sydney World War Ii Attack Remembered starstarstarstarstar   31st May 2010 - Views: 491 Sydney World War Ii Attack Remembered The Minister for Veterans’ Affairs and Minister for Defence Personnel, Alan Griffin, today remembered the 21 Australian and British sailors who sadly lost their lives in a World War II attack on Sydney Harbour.

Hmas Success Commission Of Inquiry starstarstarstarstar   31st May 2010 - Views: 497 Hmas Success Commission Of Inquiry Due to the schedules of witnesses, an early hearing of the HMAS Success Commission of Inquiry will be held on 1 June. Following this hearing, it is intended that a public directions hearing will be held on 9 June with public witness hearings recommencing 21 June 2010.

200,000 New Aussie Made Uniforms To Hit The Shelves starstarstarstarstar   30th May 2010 - Views: 439 200,000 New Aussie Made Uniforms To Hit The Shelves More than 200,000 new Australian-made camouflage uniforms are expected to hit the shelves from July 1, Greg Combet, the Minister for Defence Materiel and Science said today.

Sydney Wwii Attack Remembered starstarstarstarstar   28th May 2010 - Views: 537 Sydney Wwii Attack Remembered Memorial service to commemorate the 68 th anniversary of the 21 Australian and British Navy personnel who lost their lives when Japanese midget submarines attacked Sydney Harbour and sunk the converted ferry, HMAS Kuttabul , near Garden Island.

Prohibition Of An Export Under The Weapons Of Mass Destruction Act starstarstarstarstar   28th May 2010 - Views: 422 Prohibition Of An Export Under The Weapons Of Mass Destruction Act The Minister for Defence has made a determination under section 14 of the Weapons of Mass Destruction (Prevention of Proliferation) Act 1995 (WMD Act) to prohibit an export of certain industrial items to an entity in Iran on the basis that the items might be diverted for use in a WMD program.

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