Posts tagged 'Events'

Remembrance Day Flag Protocol
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Remembrance Day Flag Protocol

Remembrance Day, observed on November 11th, is a significant day for Australians, marking the end of World War I hostilities in 1918. It is a day of solemn remembrance for those who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty. Across the nation, memorial services feature a one-minute silence to remember the sacrifice of those who have died for Australia. To pay respect on this day, flag protocols are outlined by the Australian Government and the Australian Defence Force. Read more to understand what actions to take to follow these protocols.
Celebrating the Women's World Cup 2023
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Celebrating the Women's World Cup 2023

The FIFA Women's World Cup stands as the pinnacle of international women's football and a premier global sporting event held every four years since 1991. For the first time, Australia and New Zealand will co-host the 2023 World Cup, featuring 32 contestants, including an additional eight participating nations. Excited fans from across the globe can attend games at ten selected stadiums across Australia and New Zealand.
What is NAIDOC Week?
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What is NAIDOC Week?

NAIDOC Week is an annual event in Australia that honours and celebrates the history and culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. In 2023, NAIDOC Week will be celebrated from July 2-9. During this time, communities around Australia come together to recognise and appreciate Indigenous Australians.
The Coronation of King Charles III: What You Need to Know
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The Coronation of King Charles III: What You Need to Know

Get ready for the Coronation of King Charles III on Saturday 6 May, 2023. We'll take you through flag protocols for the day, Australia's representation at the ceremony, appropriate Royal titles, and interesting facts about this historical event.
Anzac Day Flag Protocol
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Anzac Day Flag Protocol

Anzac Day is a significant national day for Australians to remember the sacrifices of those who fought and died in wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations. It is customary to display the Australian National Flag in a specific manner to honour this occasion.