Honour the service and sacrifice of your friend or family member with a tribute on 11 November

This Remembrance Day, the Daily Telegraph will publish obituaries about the sacrifice and service of deceased veterans in the My Tributes section. RSL NSW members are invited to submit their story about a fallen comrade, friend, or family member to be published on mytributes.com.au.

Please note that this is a free service offered by The Daily Telegraph to RSL NSW members. RSL NSW is not receiving any payment or benefit in relation to this offer.

What is the Remembrance Day Feature?

To acknowledge Remembrance Day this year, one full-colour obituary will be published in The Daily Telegraph on 11 November, and potentially the Courier Mail, The Advertiser, NT News, or Hobart Mercury.

All obituaries submitted by RSL NSW members will be considered for print publication in the feature and will be published online at mytributes.com.au, on the provision they meet basic editorial guidelines.

What are the editorial guidelines?

The obituary must be about a veteran of the Australian Defence Force who is now deceased and be between 300-1200 words in length.

The My Tributes editors will make minor alterations at their discretion to ensure correct grammar and readability. Rest assured they will endeavour to maintain the integrity and accuracy of your story.

Who is the My Tributes team?

The My Tributes team is behind the obituaries, funeral, and death notices that you read in The Daily Telegraph, local newspapers, and online.

How do I submit my story to the My Tributes team?

Download and complete this form and submit it plus any photographs to [email protected] by the 1st of November. For any queries related to making a submission please contact the submissions email address or phone 0417 468 974.


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