By: Amy Cheng
This year’s Anzac Day will look a little different to previous years, however, unlike last year, certain events will be taking place around the country.
By: Michelle Mitchell
The feeling of packing your bags up and heading home is always bittersweet, especially if it wasn’t in the original plan.
By: Clare Bruce
Above: (L) Kelly Wall in Landsborough, QLD, paints her wheelie bin ahead of Saturday (Photo: Facebook)
Australians in their thousands are preparing to mark Anzac Day from their driveways on Saturday, after the cancellation of all public Anzac gatherings due to coronavirus restrictions.
By: Annie Hamilton
Main image: Australian bush poet A.B. ‘Banjo’ Paterson. Inset: Light Horseman Private Richard Harwell Bryant on his waler, the kind of horse broken in and trained by Banjo Paterson. Bryant died aged only 38 while serving in Beirut, Syria, 1918. Photo: Australian War Memorial. All photos: Public Domain
Those tough Aussie horses, broken in and trained for the exact task before them, struggled in the soft, burning Middle Eastern sand, their fetlocks sinking deep in the desert hills.