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Total Australian spend on Anzac centenary is around $A600 million – or $1.1 billion if you include proposed War Memorial extensions
Tony Abbott, military history buff, on Anzac and related matters: a retrospective
Douglas Newton with new thoughts on how to do Remembrance Day
John Myrtle reviews Mallee Country: Land, People, History by Broome, Fahey, Gaynor and Holmes
Diane Bell reviews Bruce Pascoe’s Salt: Selected Stories and Essays
Review note: An exhibition on averting war and keeping the peace: new at the War Memorial (David Stephens)
Anne-Beggs Sunter reviews Sludge: Disaster on Victoria’s Goldfields, by Susan Lawrence and Peter Davies
New book on the festival that was the Anzac centenary 2014-18 – and related topics (chapters and authors)
Tony Abbott has form on commemoration but is the wrong choice for the War Memorial Council: David Stephens writes (picture ABC)
But, he’s the pea! And he has said this.
And maybe he is the right choice after all, for an institution like the Memorial is becoming?
More from Bobbie Oliver in Perth. Does the Memorial really deserve this?
Australia is more than Anzac – and always has been