Seniors Rights Service: After 30-years our vision has never waivered

Seniors Rights ServiceTLP Updates

An alcoholic daughter has become physically aggressive and is demanding rent from her 80-year-old mother. A 90-year-old man in a remote Retirement Village would like to keep the scooter he purchased to assist him get to medical appointments. An older gay man is frightened that management of his facility is not LGBTI friendly. Communities of non-English speaking older people are … Read More

TARS (The Aged-care Rights Service) becomes Seniors Rights Service

Seniors Rights ServiceTLP Updates

The Aged-care Rights Service (TARS) will be re-launching itself at a symposium on November 25, 2015. It will then be called Seniors Rights Service and supported by a five year strategic plan to expand its reach and service offerings for vulnerable and disadvantaged older people in NSW. Organization Purpose – Seniors Rights Service: The purpose of the Seniors Rights Service … Read More

The Last Post magazine December update

Greg RossTLP Updates

Hi Everyone. December already? You have to be kidding. A happy Christmas to all our veterans and to the wonderful Australians that support through www.thelastpostmagazine.wpmudev.host April 2015’s Centenary Edition is next in line with Thomas Keneally, Soldier On’s John Bale, Part Two of the Love Is A Funeral Pyre – The Doors Biography author Mick Wall interview and more. Ho … Read More

The Last Post Anzac Centenary Series

Greg RossTLP Updates

The Last Post is proud to announce its Anzac Centenary release. The period 2014 – 2018 is an important time for our veterans and brings into focus their service and needs in modern day Australia. It is important for Australians in general as we reflect on the history of our nation and how it’s tied to the efforts of those … Read More

The Last Post Anzac Centenary Series

Greg RossTLP Updates

We are now at the dawn of a cathartic moment in Australia’s history, whatever reservations might be held about the mythology of Gallipoli, and it’s various interpretations. We should brace ourselves for an outpouring of nationalist sentiment and revisionist perspective. This will not be a moment without controversy as the nation prepares for a period of reflection. On April 25th, … Read More

Remembrance Day Edition out now

Greg RossTLP Updates

Hi all, 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 … Read More

All done – Out Tuesday

Greg RossTLP Updates

With the great help of Kirstie Wyatt, John Stock, Finsbury Green and all who appear in this BIG edition of the Remembrance Day edition of the national bi-annual, The Last Post magazine, we’re almost ready. This edition will be released this Wednesday and contains a list of great Australians and great stories for summer. We have interviews with ABC cricket … Read More

David Hutchinson’s boat trip to Tunnung Island, RSPCA, The Beatles.

Greg RossTLP Updates

Big news is that www.surftravel.com.au ‘s David Hutchinson is finally back in Oz` after his monumental boat trip to Tunnung Island, PNG. Although it was a surf trip it wasn’t just a surf trip and we have this great story with pics for the November, Remembrance day edition. Meanwhile RSPCA have a lot to interest visitors to www.rspca.org.au including Animal Shelters, … Read More

Interview with Newk, Jim Maxwell and Parkinson’s NSW Unity Walk and Run

Greg RossTLP Updates

Hi everyone it’s been busy here but getting ready for The Last Post interview with tennis legend John Newcombe on Wednesday morning. The interview will be in the November Remembrance Day edition of TLP  and work as a nice lead in to the regular Australian Open coverage we give for Tennis Australia. We’re hoping the Aussies can do well but … Read More