Cameron Sherwood: Re-igniting The Spark

In this final article in a three-partseries focusing on some of the veterans behind the RSL RAEMUS Rover program, we meet Cameron Sherwood, a car enthusiast who says the program has given him back the brotherhood and camaraderie he enjoyed in the military.

All Creatures Great & Small

A permanent memorial to the millions of animals killed or wounded in WWI has been unveiled in Pozieres, France.

Remembering The Battle of Guadalcanal

The Battle of Guadalcanal was the first major offensive by Allied forces against the Empire of Japan in WWII.

WWII Digger Reunited With Father's Trench Art Legacy

WWII Digger Reunited With Father's Trench Art Legacy

RSL Wins Chance To Highlight Local Heroes

The history of military service and sacrifice in Toowoomba will help inform a redesign of the Bob Dodds Lookout on Tobruk Memorial Drive, after a design team led by RSL Queensland won second place in a Toowoomba Regional Council design competition.

The Ipswich Train Tea Society

This Remembrance Day, the Joint Ipswich Region ANZAC Centenary Committee will honour a special group of local ladies who made a valuable contribution to WWI. The Ipswich Train Tea Society was a caring and committed crew of women who demonstrated their appreciation to soldiers when they returned from the Western Front.

Remembering Australians On The Western Front

Marcus Mahy makes a yearly pilgrimage to the battlefields and cemeteries of WWI to pay his respects.

Beersheba: The Last Great Mounted Charge

October 31, 2017 marks the centenary of the Battle of Beersheba.

75th Anniversary of the Battle Of Milne Bay

The battle is often described as the first major battle of the war in the Pacific in which Allied troops decisively defeated Japanese land forces. Although Japanese land forces had experienced local setbacks elsewhere in the Pacific earlier in the war, unlike at Milne Bay, these actions had not forced them to withdraw completely and abandon their strategic objective. Nor did they have such a profound impact upon the moral aspect of the war. Milne Bay showed the limits of Japanese capability to expand using relatively small forces in the face of increasingly larger Allied troop concentrations and command of the air. As a result of the battle, Allied morale was boosted and Milne Bay was developed into a major Allied base, which was used to mount subsequent operations in the region.

Battle for Australia Day

Battle for Australia Day is a chance to pause and recognise the service and sacrifice of those who defended Australia when WWII came to our shores in 1942.

70 Years of Keeping the Peace

For countries torn apart by war, the appearance of the United Nations' Blue Berets is a sign that the first tangible steps have been taken on the road to peace.

Poppy Services Provide A Fitting Farewell

Each year, hardworking Sub Branch volunteersprovide hundreds of poppy services around Queensland to honour the contribution of servicemen and women who have passed away.

Darlene Brown: Taking it to the Limit

Navy veteran Darlene Brown finds relief from PTSD in pushing her body to the limit.

Australian Veterans head to Toronto for Invictus Games

A total of 43 Australian veteran athletes (including 20 from Queensland) will compete in the third Invictus Games in Toronto, Canada, from September 23-30. RSL Queensland is providing financial support via RSL National to help train the Queensland team.

Ben Whiley: Cruising Down the Road to Peace

In this second article in a three-part series focusing on some of the veterans behind the RSL RAEMUS Rover program, we meet Ben Whiley, who became involved to help in his recovery from crippling post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

PTSD Initiative: Research to Restore Lives

A guide to Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and your Physical Health. An initiative of the Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation and RSL Queensland.

Vasey Resilience Centre

While there has been a significant – and necessary – emphasis on supporting our wounded, injured and ill soldiers for many years, the question has been asked: what if we could prevent some of those things from occurring in the first place?

Soldier To Civilian: The Journey Home

Imagine losing your identity, your job, and your purpose – all on the same day.  It might sound like an absurd prospect to civilians, but for our service personnel it is the reality that some feel confronted with as they discharge from the Defence Force and transition into civilian society. In this article, Gallipoli Medical Research Foundation provide an insight into the direction of their most recent research project.

Support From The Top

Supported by RSL Queensland, the Human Performance Framework has three main pillars – the Vasey Resilience Centre, which builds soldiers’ performance before deployment, Geckos Family Centre, which looks after soldiers’ families, and the Soldier Recovery Centre, which helps rehabilitate soldiers when they return from service.