DVA e-news for July 2018

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Open link to read the latest DVA e-news for July 2018

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DVA e-news for May 2018

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Vetaffairs Autumn edition

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DVA eNews - Feb18

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DVA eNews - Jan18

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DVA eNews - Nov17 part 2

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DVA eNews - Nov17

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DVA eNews - Nov17

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Australian Hearing celebrates Veterans’ Heath Week

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Australian Hearing celebrates Veterans’ Heath Week

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Vetaffairs Spring 2017 newsletter now available

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Overview: MyService web application fast-tracks claims process; Working with veterans to transform DVA; First Annual Ministerial Statement on Veterans and their Families; Invictus Games; Veterans' Health Week; Florence Violet McKenzie and the Women's Emergency Signalling Corps

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DVA e-news

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Engage website

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Launch of engage website for current and former members

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DFWA NATIONAL OFFICE UPDATE JUNE-JULY 17

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Vet Affairs Letter

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Vet Affairs Autumn 2017 Letter

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MEDIA STATEMENT:

DFWA CONTINUES TO CALL ON THE GOVERNMENT TO INCLUDE CSC INTO THE ROYAL COMMISSION INTO BANKING AND SUPERANNUATION:

The Government cannot hide for much longer.

The Senate has agreed a Motion that the Hayne Royal Commission be extended to include the Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation. 

In a wide-ranging Motion Senator Anning (Queensland) identified that 6,800 submissions had been received but that the resources made available to the Commissioner does not allow them justice let alone a hearing. Commissioner Haynes simply does not have the resources or the personnel to ensure fairness and a hearing to those thousands of individuals who have been confronted by the tragedy being identified. 

The Royal Commission into Child Sexual Abuse was extended to five years, had seven commissioners and heard from thousands of aggrieved individuals.

Prime Minister Turnbull needs to answer a simple question but is unable to or afraid to. 

Why is the Government unwilling to extend the Royal Commission to include the Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation and give justice to those veterans who tragic stories need to be told? 

Why?