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Granville train disaster apology to bring healing to victims' families

Granville train disaster apology to bring healing to victims' families

18 January 2017

Forty years after the Granville train disaster, the NSW Government will officially apologise to the families affected by the derailment which killed 83 people. Read more

Major Jim Weymouth retires after 41 years of influential service

Major Jim Weymouth retires after 41 years of influential service

17 January 2017

Major Jim Weymouth was honoured for his influence on the Australian and International Salvation Army, at a retirement celebration in Melbourne. Read more

Hope and a Future 2017 off to a running start

Hope and a Future 2017 off to a running start

16 January 2017

Hope and a Future has selected its participants and mentors for the 2017 program. Read more

Salvos support homeless as big freeze hits Europe

Salvos support homeless as big freeze hits Europe

13 January 2017

The Salvation Army in Europe is responding to the needs of the homeless as a big freeze hits the continent. Read more

General installs new USA Western Territory leaders

General installs new USA Western Territory leaders

12 January 2017

New USA Western Territorial Commanders, Commissioners Kenneth and Jolene Hodder, were installed by The Salvation Army's international leaders. Read more

Officers take up new appointments

Officers take up new appointments

12 January 2017

More than 200 officers around Australia take up new appointments today. Read more

Commissioners inspire Salvationists during visit to Pakistan

Commissioners inspire Salvationists during visit to Pakistan

4 January 2017

Salvationists and friends opened their hearts to the Chief of the Staff, Commissioner Brian Peddle, and Commissioner Rosalie Peddle during their recent visit to the Pakistan Territory. Read more

General offers inspiring message for 2017

General offers inspiring message for 2017

31 December 2016

Watch The Salvation Army's international leader, deliver his New Year message for 2017. Read more

Teenager's 'Gifts Project' means a happy Christmas for struggling families

Teenager's 'Gifts Project' means a happy Christmas for struggling families

23 December 2016

More than 700 gifts have been donated to The Salvation Army's Crossroads West youth services, in Western Australia, thanks to the ingenuity and persistence of 17-year-old Jade Burgess. Read more

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