Defence Minister Linda Reynolds and Chief of Defence Force General Angus Campbell visited personnel supporting Operation Bushfire
Livestock on the NSW south coast are sleeping with full stomachs after being visited by a convoy loaded with hay.
It’s not every day your mum drops in with biscuits and home-made muffins while you’re on deployment.
In times of crisis, it takes hours behind the scenes to keep emergency workers in the field.
It was all hands to the pumps as New Year's Eve flames licked at the base on the NSW south coast.
In the Snowy Valleys region of NSW, ADF personnel are complementing impacted health services.
For some members of HMAS Adelaide’s ship’s company, being part of the ADF’s bushfire relief operation has been more meaningful because
Staff from the Amphibious Task Group embarked in HMAS Adelaide have been forging close ties and collaborative relationsh
While people and native wildlife left devastated by the bushfires are increasingly being cared for, livestock on farms haven’t necessarily been rec
Royal New Zealand Air Force personnel have been working shoulder to shoulder with their Australian counterparts at RAAF Base Amberley.
Artillerymen and women have joined the Army’s frontline response teams, helping to clear away fallen trees and trees at risk of c
A 35-year-old Mack water tanker has delivered 9000 litres of much-needed water to a remote farming property.