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Commissioner James Condon elected Chaplain of the High Council

Commissioner James Condon elected Chaplain of the High Council

30 July 2013

Territorial Commander of the Australia Eastern Territory, Commissioner James Condon was today elected as Chaplain to the 2013 High Council in London. Read more

Historic High Council Commences (Report 1: High Council 2013)

Historic High Council Commences (Report 1: High Council 2013)

30 July 2013

The first High Council not to be held at a Salvation Army location commenced on Monday 29 July at the Renaissance London Heathrow Hotel. Read more

Salvos' long history of reuniting families

Salvos' long history of reuniting families

29 July 2013

The Salvation Army Family Tracing Service has been working to reunite families for almost 130 years. Read more

Building common ground in Canberra

Building common ground in Canberra

26 July 2013

A low-cost housing initiative to help end homelessness, Common Ground Canberra, is a step closer to its first housing complex after being allocated $7.6 million in the ACT government’s 2013/14 budget. Read more

Nauru riots impacts Army’s work

Nauru riots impacts Army’s work

25 July 2013

The Salvation Army has offered counselling to its personnel stationed at Nauru, following the riots that broke out at the Nauru Regional Processing Centre on Friday 19 July. Read more

Christine finds a friend – and a reason to change

Christine finds a friend – and a reason to change

25 July 2013

After losing her mother two years ago, Christine Martin slipped into depression. Unable to cope, she relied more and more on alcohol and cigarettes–an addiction that slowly began to control her life. Read more

New kids on the coast

New kids on the coast

24 July 2013

Liam and Allison Holland have made the brave move to quit their Sydney home, follow their calling from God and move to Ulladulla on the NSW South Coast to work in full-time ministry. Read more

Meet our brand new Salvo Ambassadors

Meet our brand new Salvo Ambassadors

23 July 2013

Thirty-one young ambassadors are part of the first-ever Salvo Ambassador Movement (SAM) run by The Salvation Army in the Australia Eastern Territory. Read more

Salvonista’s mobile marketing success

Salvonista’s mobile marketing success

23 July 2013

The Salvation Army’s Salvos Stores has taken out an APMA (Australian Promotional Marketing Association) award for its ‘Salvonista’ campaign. Read more

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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.