The Department of Veterans' Affairs has been "too adversarial" when it comes to handling the compensation claims of former defence personnel, Minister for Veterans and Defence Personnel Darren Chester says.
Three former Australian soldiers take the Australian Tax Office to court over tax taken out of their medical discharge benefits.
Jodi Ball's dream of joining the Defence Force came at a cost when she was abducted and raped by fellow officers. Now she's learning to play the guitar as part of a program helping veterans use music to heal.
The Victorian RSL raises millions through poker machines each year but for some young veterans the social cost of the pokies is too high.
They gave their all to fight for their country in a time of war, but advocates believe there are many local veterans who are effectively invisible to authorities and "just fell through the cracks".
Indigenous soldiers returning home from the horrors of World War I were plunged headlong into another long-running battle.
Townsville companies say insurance delays mean they can't get back to business after February's record flood as they struggle to access government grants and insurance payouts.
One in three veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder and other mental health problems fail to connect with a counsellor, as demand for after-hours helplines grows.
Scott Morrison overrules a decision by Veterans' Affairs Minister Darren Chester to move the main Anzac Day service at Villers-Bretonneux on the Western Front from dawn to 10:00am.
A Federal Coalition backbencher is lobbying the Government to investigate shortfalls in retirement benefits to some older Australian military veterans.