‘ … the aftermath of the Eureka Stockade brought this nation a major step closer to a democratic system …’
Today it is up to the Australian community to require our governments to deliver long-promised justice and recognition for our indigenous communities.
On the 26 August 1914, as a member of the 12th Battalion, G Company, Captain Joseph Lalor sailed aboard Transport A7 Medic from Fremantle for overseas duty.
Women trekked over uncertain ground, took shelter where they could, panned for gold, or tended the campfire for their menfolk. They conceived, gave birth and reared children under canvas in searing heat and dust in summer and in the cold damp in winter…