A NEW report has shed light on the extent of chemical contamination at, and around, the Edinburgh RAAF base, with residential and industrial property surrounding the site possibly affected.
AFTER 50 years of serving Australia both at home and overseas, an Edinburgh Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Base favourite is set to take its final flight soon.
A $20,000 STATE Labor Party promise will assist Edinburgh’s National Military Vehicle Museum (NMVM) on its journey towards creating a more attractive community space.
EDINBURGH’S National Military Vehicle Museum will host one of the largest World War One celebratory events in the state this weekend, to mark the 100-year anniversary of the Battle of Beersheba.
VEHICLES will shine at the National Military Vehicle Museum this Sunday, in an effort to raise money and awareness for Kidney, Transplant, Diabetes, Research Australia (KTDRA).
THE Department of Defence has concluded that poly-fluoroalkyls (PFAS) are not damaging to humans, after it was revealed low-level readings of the chemicals showed up in preliminary water and soil samples taken from Royal Australian Air Force base Edinburgh.
A SECOND defence force investigation into the potential release of cancer-causing toxins at the Royal Australian Air Force Edinburgh base is expected to commence within the coming months.