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On 1 March 2016 Commissioner James Condon, Australia Eastern Territory and Commissioner Floyd Tidd, Australia Southern Territory announced a project to unify the two territories of The Salvation Army in Australia. This project will be known as Australia One.

To download resources and for more information please visit the Australia One website.

Australia One Update - 13 October 2017

Australia One Update - 13 October 2017

13th November

In this update,, the IT team report back on their department design phase.

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Australia One Update - 6 November 2017

6th November

This weekly newsletter brings us a VicOne update, and a new infographic update on the roadmap.
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Australia One Update - 30 October 2017

30th October

In this weekly update we explore our vision and take a look at some key terms and phrases used within the Australia One program.
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Australia One Update - 23 October 2017

23rd October

Read the weekly Australia One update, with details on the Mission Delivery Operating Model implementation.
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Australia One Update - 16 October 2017

16th October

The School for Christian Studies will become the School for Mission and Theology from January 2018.
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Australia One Update - 9 October 2017

9th October

This update includes information on the VicOne project and a new employment opportunity.
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Australia One Update - 3 October 2017

3rd October

This week's update offers an overview of progress along the high level Roadmap announced in July
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Australia One Update - 25 September 2017

25th September

The Eva Burrows College was inaugurated on 13 September.
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Australia One Update - 18 September 2017

18th September

In this update, we meet our new National Chief Property Officer, and we learn about Colonel Wayne and Robyn Maxwell's new role as National Ambassadors for Holiness and Prayer.
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The Salvation Army acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures; and to elders both past and present.