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Sunshine RSL celebrates a century

It’s 1919, World War I has just concluded and a number of returned servicemen have gathered at a miniature rifle range on Hampshire Road. Among...

Every poppy makes a difference

The annual Poppy Appeal is well underway and Sunshine RSL is calling on the community to dig deep this Remembrance Day. Sunshine RSL president Garry...

Funds for our veterans

For many ex-servicemen and women, the TPI (Totally and Permanently Incapacitated) group is a place to spend time with others who have lived similar...

Storage King’s RSL help

Staff from Storage King stores across Brimbank, Wyndham and Melton are rolling up their sleeves for a good cause. The company will donate staff across...

Appeal for volunteers

The Caroline Springs RSL is in need of volunteers for this year’s Poppy Appeal. Caroline Springs RSL sub-branch president Andy Marshall said some new faces...

Shared experiences help heal

John Naidu joined the Australian Army straight out of high school with the dream of seeing the world, and during a 15-year career he...

RSL appeals for helping hand

The Sunshine RSL needs volunteers to help with this year’s Anzac Appeal. Sunshine RSL president Gary Collins said volunteer numbers have dwindled in recent years...

School’s letter of Remembrance

The artistic skills of students from Overnewton Anglican Community College will be showcased across the city on Remembrance Day. The school is one of eight...

Poppy passion

Caroline Springs RSL volunteers will be out in force for their annual poppy drive. RSL membership officer Peter Burquest said the drive enabled the sub-branch...

War memorial vandalised

The recently erected Vietnam War Memorial at Kevin Wheelahan Gardens in Sunshine has been vandalised. Vietnamese Cultural and Heritage Centre chair Phong Nguyen said the senseless act...

Appeal to remember

Sunshine RSL appeals organisers are gearing up to make the 2018 Anzac Appeal one of their most successful. Sunshine RSL president Gary Collins said he...

Williamstown children pay homage on Remembrance Day

Hundreds of schoolchildren will honour our Diggers on Remembrance Day, including three grandsons of Williamstown RSL president Bruce O’Brien who will wear their grandfather’s...

Caroline Springs RSL’s new set of wheels

Caroline Springs residents’ healthy appetite for a Bunnings sausage sizzle has paid off for the RSL. After two years of weekly barbecues and Friday night...

RSL celebrates 100 years

For more than three decades, there were no new Returned Services League sub-branches opened around Victoria. So when Peter Burquest and two other men decided...

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Exciting new bowls competition

Deer Park and Yarraville Footscray will be among the clubs fielding teams in the inaugural Victoria Bowls League. After years of planning, Bowls Victorian announced...

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