Taipan choppers retired 15 months early

The decision to permanently ground Taipan helicopters 15 months ahead of schedule follows a fatal crash in July, Defence Minister Richard Marles announced.

Tayla Couacaud and
Ellen Ransley



Taipan choppers retired 15 months early

The decision to permanently ground Taipan helicopters 15 months ahead of schedule follows a fatal crash in July, Defence Minister Richard Marles announced.

Tayla Couacaud and
Ellen Ransley



Taipan choppers retired 15 months early

The decision to permanently ground Taipan helicopters 15 months ahead of schedule follows a fatal crash in July, Defence Minister Richard Marles announced.

Tayla Couacaud and
Ellen Ransley


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Taipan choppers retired 15 months early

The decision to permanently ground Taipan helicopters 15 months ahead of schedule follows a fatal crash in July, Defence Minister Richard Marles announced.

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EAST ARNHEM, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 05: Indigenous Australian Noel Pearson speaks during Garma Festival 2022 at Gulkula on August 05, 2023 in East Arnhem, Australia.  The annual Garma festival is held at Gulkula, a significant ceremonial site for the Yolngu people of northeast Arnhem Land about 40km from Nhulunbuy on the Gove peninsula in East Arnhem. The festival is a celebration of Yolngu culture aimed at sharing culture and knowledge which also brings politicians and Indigenous leaders together to discuss issues facing Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The gathering takes on a special significance in 2023 with a constitutional referendum on the Voice to Parliament to be held later in the year. (Photo by Tamati Smith/Getty Images)

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People take part in a "Walk for Yes" rally in Sydney on September 17, 2023. Thousands joined "Walk for Yes" events in major cities, ahead of the referendum that could grant Indigenous Australians a constitutionally enshrined right to be consulted on policies that affect them -- a "Voice to Parliament". (Photo by Andrew LEESON / AFP)

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