Keith Andrews is returning to Singapore 22 years after his first visit and says he’ll see things “through different eyes” this time around.

A recent appeal to find surviving relatives of two Australian World War Two airmen who died in England has produced images of both men.

For Rosemary Fell, this year’s visit to Singapore may well be her last.

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01 February 2017

Salonika Remembers

The CWGC, working in partnership with the British Council in Greece, has launched an exciting new project aiming to mark the centenary of the Salonika Campaign 1915–18 – Salonika Remembers.

It has been announced that a selection of Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) First World War cemeteries and memorials in France and Belgium is to be considered for world heritage status.

The relatives of two airmen from Australia, who died in England during the Second World War, are being sought as part of plans to name new roads after the fallen.

Over the coming months we will give you a “behind the scenes” look at how our new visitor centre – The CWGC Experience – is taking shape.

The names of more than 130 civilians killed during the Second World War, who had previously not been commemorated, will be added to the Commission’s roll of honour.