The 2013 Remembrance Day edition of The Last Post is out now with DVA updates for Vets and stories and interviews to keep you going over summer. New Federal DVA Minister Michael Ronaldson outlines the plans in place to provide the services and support veterans need with Regional Matters takes a trip to Geraldton, WA. Di Morrissey, Col Luke Foster in Timor-Leste, cricket commentator Jim Maxwell, John Newcombe, Dawn Fraser, War Historian Dr Richard Reid, Peter Goers and Ian Chappell provide their views whilst Whatever Happened To looks at singer/actor Marty Rhone. Your RSL At Work looks at the work that’s been done at Alice Springs RSL where you can enjoy good company and a cold beer on a warm evening. If you are a veteran travelling to the Red Centre, make sure to drop in and make yourself known to the committee. On top of all this The Zone’s Michael Short talks with Professor Tony Coady on the weighty topic of politicians! New TLP writer Jack P Kellerman takes us to Clem’s Place in Papua New Guinea and also ALMOST conducts an interview with ex-Beatle Sir Paul McCartney on the eve of the 50th anniversary of the groups 1964 Australian tour. Heaps of book giveaways to which you can be part of by simply getting in touch.