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The day the Dee Why band went on strike.

The day the Dee Why band went on strike.

15 June 2017

The untold story of a controversial Sunday morning meeting at Dee Why Corps.... Read more

Presbyterian author an expert on the Booths

Presbyterian author an expert on the Booths

8 May 2017

How did a non-Salvationist become one of the world’s leading experts on The Salvation Army's founder... Read more

History's 'missing nurse' found after magazine article

History's 'missing nurse' found after magazine article

10 April 2017

The mysterious Adjutant Emily Jackson has been recovered from history, after a call for information ... Read more

When officer training was fast and furious!

When officer training was fast and furious!

7 March 2017

With The Salvation Army amalgamating its officer training colleges as part of the move towards Austr... Read more

What happened to Emily Jackson?

What happened to Emily Jackson?

22 February 2017

In researching the history of Salvation Army nurses in the Australian Army Nursing Service, Salvatio... Read more

Stories of inspiration behind the songs

Stories of inspiration behind the songs

28 December 2016

To celebrate 150 years of the first Song Book of The Salvation Army, we look at some of the contribu... Read more

Is our social services history, history?

Is our social services history, history?

23 November 2016

When it comes to facts and dates, do we have The Salvation Army's history "down pat" or "in the vaul... Read more

Part 2: The Army on the big screen

Part 2: The Army on the big screen

26 October 2016

In the second of a two-part series, Pipeline publishes excerpts from Garth Hentzschel's article abou... Read more

From humble beginnings

From humble beginnings

5 September 2016

Today marks the start of The Salvation Army in Australia, and, not surprisingly, it began by offerin... Read more

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