Australian youth wanted to sail 'Young Endeavour.'
- Sailors, guns and money. Cook, Patrick // Bulletin with Newsweek;10/21/97, Vol. 116 Issue 6094, p106
Presents a story about the involvement of Australian Navy sailors in the business of importing drugs.
- Navy counts down to International Fleet Review. // Ausmarine;May2013, Vol. 35 Issue 7, p18
The article highlights the International Fleet Review taking place in early October 2013 at the Sydney Harbour, New South Wales that will commemorate the centenary of the arrival of the Royal Austrialian Navy's new fleet on October 4, 1913. The Review is seen as the largest commemorative event...
- GOLD IN HIS VEINS. SWANTON, WILL // Rugby League Week;5/1/2013, p26
The article focuses on Australian football players such as the likes of Wendell Sailor, John Ferguson, and Michael Hancock for their sheer brute strength, raw speed, and intimidating size.
- Navy offers a shore thing. Bell, John // Bulletin with Newsweek;06/06/2000, Vol. 118 Issue 6227, p33
Reports on a controversy over retention bonuses being paid by the Royal Australian Navy. Labor shortages on Collins-class submarines; Preponderance of shore-based navy staff among the officers and sailors signing up; Governmental inquiry being demanded by lawmaker Ross Lightfoot.
- The Trials of Robert Close. Bryans, Dennis // Script & Print;2011, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p197
The article focuses on the trials of author Robert Close due to his novel "Love Me Sailor" and issues involving the censorship laws in Australia. The author provides an overview of the novel and how it brought the community disapproval and state law enforcement at the centre of controversy. Also...
- Dampier, W. Howie-Willis, Ian // Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia;1994, Vol. 1, p254
An encyclopedia entry for British mariner William Dampier is presented. He reached Australia in 1688. It was in Cygnet Cove he made his notorious comment about Aborigines. In a later voyage, he reached Roebuck Bay near Broome on August 31, 1698 and met Aboriginal people there, but his opinion of...
- THE LIFE AQUATIC. Ryan, Chris // Ralph;Dec2005, p123
Presents a narrative of the author's experience inside the HMAS Farncomb, one of the Royal Australian Navy's Collins Class submarines, during Exercise Kakadu VII. Purpose of Exercise Kakadu VII; Backgrounds of the seamen; Description of Combined Anti-Submarine Exercises.
- Nancy Bentley: The First Australian Female Sailor. L. D. // Reading Time;May2012, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p18
The article reviews the book "Nancy Bentley: The First Australian Female Sailor," by Tracey Hawkins and illustrated by Jacqui Grantford.
- Household goods limits reduced for families bound for Japan. // All Hands;May95, Issue 937, p3
Reports that the limit for sailors' household goods (HHG) shipment has been reduced to 75 percent of the normal weight allowance for personnel being assigned to naval units in mainland Japan. Reason for the reduction of HHG.