Five hundred acorns have been propagated from four holly oaks with historic horticultural links to trees which originated from the Gallipoli Peninsula, growing on the cliffs where the Anzacs landed.
Halinka Rubin can still recall the sad, empty and lonely feeling as she stood on a platform at Gdanski railway station in September 1968, about to leave her country without a passport but with a travel document that said not what she was but what she was not.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and a wailing baby Prince George have farewelled Australia after a hugely popular tour.
The republican movement has declared the popularity of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's royal tour is due to its celebrity appeal and it would be "absurd" to suggest the interest represented Australia's support for the monarchy.
A lone pine descended from a tree at the bloody battlefield of Gallipoli; an Australian family's loss; and a now a double royal connection.
Fewer travellers have made the Anzac Day trek to Gallipoli than at any time in the last 14 years.
One of the world’s top cyber-security experts says the biggest threat facing Australia is the US.
On the tenth and final day of their Australian tour, Prince William and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, will commemorate Anzac Day in Canberra. For full coverage of the Royal visit, head to our dedicated page.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have joined a crowd of thousands at the Australian War Memorial to commemorate the 99th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings and the enduring Anzac legacy.
Less than a month from the federal budget, one of Prime Minister Tony Abbott's Aboriginal affairs advisers has called for a doubling of the number of indigenous rangers working to protect almost 500 million hectares of land across the continent.