The Governor smiles as he is handed a framed drawing from Dr Vincent Hughes, Crime Stoppers CEO
The Governor is presented with a framed drawing from Crime Stoppers WA CEO Dr Vincent Hughes

Sound the bugle, trumpet and whistle

Sounding the bugle with the 13th Brigade

Commander of the 13th Brigade, Brigadier Brett Chaloner CSC, and Operations Manager Department of Defence, RSM David Nutini were welcomed to Government House today to discuss all things Army in WA.

The 13th Brigade is WA’s very own Australian Army Reserve unit.
Consisting of the 10th Light Horse, 13th Field Squadron (RAE), 109th Signal Squadron, 11/28th Battalion, (RWAR), 16th (RWAR) and the 13th Combat Service Support Battalion, the 13th Brigade is a substantial branch of the Army.
The Governor speaks with Brigadier Brett Chaloner CSC and RSM David Nutini
The Governor with Brigadier Brett Chaloner CSC and RSM David Nutini

 

Tooting the trumpet of the WA Police Pipe Band

The WA Police Pipe Band are soon to present a series of concerts. Due to his long-standing relationship with the Band, the Governor today filmed a short message to be presented at these concerts.

Whistling in Crimestoppers

Crime Stoppers WA CEO Dr Vincent Hughes, together with Member of the Crime Stoppers Board of Directors Mr Ben Harvey, visited Government House to present a framed memento to the Governor to thank him for his support during his time as Police Commissioner.

Crime Stoppers WA is an independent, not-for-profit community organisation and registered charity working in partnership with the WA Police Force to help any member of the public play a key role in solving crime.

The Governor and Dr Vincent Hughes stand smiling at the camera while the Governor holds a framed drawing
The Governor with Dr Vincent Hughes

 

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