News Releases

His Royal Highness Prince Ata of Tonga Shares His Faith During Sydney Devotional

His Royal Highness Prince Ata spoke at a devotional meeting of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on 1 October in Sydney, Australia.

Women Gather Together to Celebrate Diversity

Over 350 women from across Sydney and communities worldwide attended the second annual Women of Diversity Dinner in Bankstown - half of them newly arrived in Australia.

Latrobe Valley Branch Commemorates 50 Years

Festivities to celebrate 50 years since the dedication of the Latrobe Valley chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints were held recently in Traralgon.

Firm in Their Faith

A Jewish mum and a teen Mormon express their beliefs and practices in their individual faiths.

Elder Andrew M. O'Riordan Released as Area Seventy

Elder Andrew M. O'Riordan was honourably released as an Area Seventy in the Pacific Area at the October 2017 General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  

Swapping Helmets and Leather for Suits,Ties and Best Dress

On Saturday, the Beard family are donned in racing leathers, speeding down a hill in a street luge competition, reaching speeds of more than 70km/h. On Sunday they step away from the competition in order to attend church in suits, ties and best dress. 

From Mormon Newsroom (Salt Lake City)

Elder Robert D. Hales Dies at Age 85

From Pacific Mormon Newsroom

Mormons in Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Islands Look forward to Worldwide General Conference

Many of the half million members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints living in the South Pacific will take part in the faith's semiannual general conference in the coming days. 

From Pacific Mormon Newsroom

Mormon 'Helping Hands' to Lift and Serve Others

Annually, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) undertake a day of service throughout the South Pacific. In 2017 that day of service will be on October 28.

Pushing and Pulling Their Way to Courage

Pushing and pulling handcarts, around 100 youth from the southern Perth region of Rockingham to Bunbury gathered together at the Muja State Forest to re-enact the experiences of early Mormon pioneers who travelled across midwestern US in the 1850’s.