Search results

Ian Glendenning's grave

Ian Glendenning's grave

vietnamwar.govt.nz

Ian Glendenning was platoon Commander of 2 Platoon V5 in South Vietnam from 8 May 1970- 8 May 1971. ...

St Aidan's Church memorials, Remuera

St Aidan's Church memorials, Remuera

nzhistory.govt.nz

contribution of women to the war effort. The Bishop of Auckland, Richard John Simkin, unveiled the first two pairs on 7 December 1947; Governor-General Sir Bernard Freyberg unveiled the others on Anzac Day 1949. The dedicatory plaque reads: “These four windows / are a thank-offering / to Almighty God for his ...

28maoribattalion.org.nz

Tom,My daughter Caitlin won the ANZ RSA Cyril Bassett VC competition in Wellington. If you search you tube you can listen to it. Her speech was about Kurei...She will speak on ANZAC day in Gallipoli and we hope to be there to listen and be part of the journey. My cell is 0272522355. Nga mihi. Annette ...

Māori ode of remembrance recognises women in uniform

mch.govt.nz

of Māori Language Week, however the continued use of te reo Māori is encouraged. The Ode of Remembrance is currently being recited, in both English and Māori, each evening as part of a daily public Last Post ceremony which began and Pukeahu National War Memorial Park on Anzac Day this year, and will ...

All Blacks and RSA to mark 99th Armistice Day with special tribute

mch.govt.nz

ceremony has been carried out every evening at 6.30PM since 1921. RSA President BJ Clark says Armistice Day is a day of great historical significance, solemnity and remembrance through-out the world, particularly in Europe. “Anzac Day has traditionally been the focus of remembrance in New Zealand. But ...

US Memorial Design for Pukeahu National War Park Unveiled

mch.govt.nz

path, there is a tablet with a passage to help them focus on remembrance. The words on the tablet are taken from a radio address delivered on Anzac Day 1943, by then US Secretary of the Navy, Frank Knox, and read: Together, in our strength, we shall keep that ocean – Pacific!...As we are comrades in ...

Our people

mch.govt.nz

estimated 50,000 people present at the Pukeahu National War Memorial Park and surrounding streets on Anzac Day 2015. Pukeahu National War Memorial Park continues to be a focus for us all to reflect on this country’s contribution in times of conflict. The four-year renovation of the National Carillon ...

"Stela"- an art project by Kingsley Baird (New Zealand)

mch.govt.nz

the soldiers’ rations, in New Zealand and Australia they have become associated with the participation of the ANZACs in the Gallipoli Campaign beginning on 25 April 1915. Anzac biscuits are eaten throughout the year, not particularly around Anzac Day. “Stela is concerned with positive and negative ...

The Military Medal- Private Huki Rawhiti. Chunuk Bair 1915.

The Military Medal- Private Huki Rawhiti. Chunuk Bair 1915.

28maoribattalion.org.nz

Kei Te Ora Tonu te Mahara RAWHITI, Huki.16/530, Private. (Tokomaru Bay) Military Medal The Citation reads: On August 10 th, 1915, under the Farm at Chunuk Bair, he carried nine wounded British Soldiers down to the Māori Regimental aid post under heavy fir ...

Glen Eden RSA Memorial Wall

Glen Eden RSA Memorial Wall

nzhistory.govt.nz

The Western Suburbs RSA clubrooms (later the Glen Eden RSA clubrooms) were first opened on 9 April 1938. ...

Order of Service 2019 Dawn Service

mch.govt.nz

Click here for the downloadble PDF version of this Order of Service. Return to the Anzac Day homepage. Dawn Parade Review Welcome Ward Kamo, Ngāti Mutunga, Ngāi Tahu Master of Ceremonies Drum Roll Lament Flight Sergeant Murray Mansfield QSM Piper We will remember them Opening Prayer Chaplain Class ...

Pētane NZ Wars memorial

Pētane NZ Wars memorial

nzhistory.govt.nz

unveiled ‘before a large gathering of veterans and other interested people’ in April 1917, possibly on Anzac Day. Like its counterpart it was deliberately damaged in the early 1990s and is now a mere remnant of the original, which apparently bore the inscription: To commemorate the fighting at Petane, ...

WW100 marks the centenary of the Gallipoli landings

mch.govt.nz

online database of soldiers’ records, Walking With An Anzac school curriculum project; Ngā Tapuwae New Zealand First World War Trails, Pukeahu National War Memorial Park which is hosting the National Service of Commemoration on Anzac Day within a week of activities; and the significant exhibitions ...

Collaborative arts projects to mark First World War Centenary

mch.govt.nz

we prepare to mark a particularly significant Anzac Day this year, it’s been very special for us to be able to support such a diverse group of projects involving different parts of the world that have been touched by the contributions of New Zealanders,” says Creative New Zealand Senior Manager Cath ...

Conservation Minister Maggie Barry launches WWI Memorial Forest

mch.govt.nz

Public Conservation Land above the iconic Coromandel landmark. The first two native New Zealand trees were planted there on Anzac Day, the 100th anniversary of the landings at Gallipoli. The New Zealand World War I Memorial Forest will eventually see 18,166 native trees planted at a number of sites ...

Vote Arts, Culture and Heritage- First World War Centenary

mch.govt.nz

and Interpretation Centre and Programme In 2014/15 the Ministry started the process of identifying and developing options for an Education and Interpretation Centre at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park. In the interim, since Anzac Day 2015 we have run an education programme at the Park using the Hall ...

Aotearoa’s superdiversity celebrated in hours of new content

mch.govt.nz

a look at inspirational youth from minority communities who are bucking trends and standing out from their peers. A documentary screening on ANZAC Day will tell the story of unsung Pasifika heroes who supported the covert intelligence network for New Zealand during WWII, in Coastwatchers, and a new ...

New Zealand Memorial in London

mch.govt.nz

recognise home, and British people may learn something of the relationship between our two countries," explains Paul Dibble. The memorial was dedicated on 11 November 2006 in the presence of the Royal Family and is expected to become a particular focus for Anzac Day commemorations in London each year. ...

Section Two- Progress towards outcomes in 2007/08

mch.govt.nz

heritage memorial sites   Growing use of heritage memorial sites   Memorial sites are valued as expressions of our national identity   The use of heritage memorial sites increased over the year for National commemorations (for example Anzac day) and visits to memorials by the public. This indicates ...

St Augustine’s Church registered

mch.govt.nz

did not return, Private Willmet Philson, was one of 147 New Zealanders who tragically died on the first day of the landings at Anzac Cove (25 April 1915), since commemorated as Anzac Day.” The idea of building a memorial church commemorating the lives of the local soldiers who never returned home was ...

2018 Poppy Appeal Not All Wounds Bleed

mch.govt.nz

Zealand in 2007 for bravery under fire during the war in Afghanistan. “I am an Ambassador for the RSA and, as a soldier, I have experienced the wonderful support the RSA provides. Supporting the RSA is as relevant today as when it was established in 1916. Poppy Day and ANZAC Day are not only about ...

How we performed against our impacts- Tā mātou whakatutukitanga ki ā mātou papātanga

mch.govt.nz

digital and print projects. Raising public awareness and understanding of the First World War Centenary programme, through key commemorative events in August 2014 (to mark New Zealand’s entry into the war) and Anzac Day 2015 that were well attended by thousands of New Zealanders. Progressing New Zealand’s ...

NZ screens and airwaves to be filled with stimulating new factual stories next year

mch.govt.nz

$310,000 Grand Designs NZ 5, 6 x 44 mins, Imagination Television for Three, up to $240,000 Loading Docs: Power, 8 x 5 mins, Notable Pictures for Loading Docs.net, up to $168,767 ANZAC Day Wreath Laying Ceremony 2019, 1 x 60 mins, Screentime NZ for TVNZ 1, up to $98,000 The Nutters Club, 49 x 90 mins, The ...

1922- key events

nzhistory.govt.nz

established to coordinate the production, transport and marketing of farm produce. New Zealand’s first Poppy Day was held on 24 April, the day before Anzac Day. More than 260,000 poppies were sold, earning £13,166 (equivalent to nearly $1.3 million in 2018) to help war-ravaged areas of northern France and ...

Anzac- Poem

vietnamwar.govt.nz

Poem by Richard Hamon, Whiskey 2 Company 1RNZIR, 1968-1969. Anzac is the day we all remember, when the troops Of Australia and New Zealand came together To fight the war of all wars that was suppose to end The misery and hatred among nations and men But w ...

augustus james brown

nzhistory.govt.nz

brown 4383 augustus james no 24 company (canterbury section) seventh private Gulf of Taranto 6 April 1901 christchurch suburb clerk ferry road christchurch brown mr richard same father ...

Honouring public servants

nzhistory.govt.nz

rededication of roll of honour boards.  Audit Office publication: From auditor to soldier Rededication of Education Department roll of honour board Ministry of Education Anzac Day service Rededication of Public Trust Office roll of honour boards Ministry for Primary Industries roll of honour board Addition of ...

28maoribattalion.org.nz

The Hellas was a large steam yacht, measuring 94 m in length and with a beam of 12 m.

In the early hours of Anzac Day 1941 the Second New Zealand Division was hurriedly extracting itself from Athens after the Allies’ ill-fated attempt to defend Greece from the German invasion. ...

28maoribattalion.org.nz

The Hellas was a large steam yacht, measuring 94 m in length and with a beam of 12 m.

In the early hours of Anzac Day 1941 the Second New Zealand Division was hurriedly extracting itself from Athens after the Allies’ ill-fated attempt to defend Greece from the German invasion. ...

Witch Hill memorial

Witch Hill memorial

nzhistory.govt.nz

The Witch Hill memorial, which includes the name of Wimbledon champion Anthony Wilding ...

Flags in schools

Flags in schools

nzhistory.govt.nz

Ceremony of Honouring the Flag Regulations 1941 came into force in November 1941. These required state schools to 'observe the ceremony of honouring the flag' to commemorate a number of days. Some of these days, such as Waitangi Day and Anzac Day, are still commemorated today, while others like ...

28maoribattalion.org.nz

The only sorts of things they would talk about, after a good "session" at the RSA on Anzac Day, was about fights with Aussies, Brits, Canadians and anyone else in the bars of Cairo, or Alexandria, or on furlough in London, or going AWOL to join poker schools with cobbers from Golden Bay who were in ...

Memorial to Bess the horse

Memorial to Bess the horse

nzhistory.govt.nz

The memorial to Bess near Flock House, Manawatū. Bess (originally named Zelma) was the only horse to leave New Zealand with the Main Body and return home after the First World War ended ...

Launch of Vietnam War history (09 Sep 2010)

mch.govt.nz

Riri ki Whitināmu in the Vietnam War   Acknowledgements to distinguished guests, including veterans of the military campaign and Red Cross and Surgical Team members, who  have come from as far north as Auckland, and south as far as Christchurch.  Every Anzac Day, New Zealanders gather – in ever greater ...

Museums Aotearoa Dinner (18 April 2012)

mch.govt.nz

heritage collections and a storage facility for these collections until longer-term decisions can be made. The Museum justly deserves the public nomination for a Christchurch Earthquake Award. I am visiting Therese Angelo and her staff on Anzac Day and laying the foundation stone for a new extension, ...

Ernest and Allan Holz

Ernest and Allan Holz

nzhistory.govt.nz

Brothers Allan, Ernest and William Holz arrived in France in May 1917. Within a fortnight, two of them were dead and the other seriously wounded. ...

Dominion Museum

mch.govt.nz

dedicated on Anzac Day, 25 April 1932 (the Hall of Memories was completed in 1964). In 1933 Fletcher Construction began laying the foundations for the new museum building. The National Art Gallery and the Gallery of the New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts were to occupy the first floor, with the ground floor ...

Auckland Council/Museum Announce 2014 WWI Centenary Plans

mch.govt.nz

Today at Anzac Day commemorations Auckland Mayor Len Brown and Auckland War Memorial Museum Director Roy Clare announced their upcoming programmes, exhibitions and events for the First World War centenary period in 2014. Over the next several years Auckland Council will be working alongside the ...

In the too-hard basket: have we ignored the New Zealand Wars?

nzhistory.govt.nz

Rudman described the majority of New Zealanders as being so ‘ignorant of our past that they have nothing to forget.’ Morgan Godfery was another to ask, ‘ why do we ignore the New Zealand Wars? ’, maintaining that while Anzac Day ‘represents a kind of retrospective nationhood, the New Zealand Wars more ...

28maoribattalion.org.nz

Fantastic site dedicated to our home-grown heroes family members who returned battle-scarred weary. Sadly many paid the ultimate price but their memory lives on. We honour them during family reunions particularly on ANZAC Day. 28th Maori Battalion

It's war again

nzhistory.govt.nz

carry wreaths, in silence, on Anzac Day. So, when the Second World War was declared, even the young, like 17-year-old Mae Carson, felt 'terror' that her brothers would have to go through what her father had experienced. Where Britain goes… On 3 September 1939, Britain, with the support of ...

Gallipoli in brief

nzhistory.govt.nz

founding President of the Turkish Republic. In New Zealand (and Australia), Gallipoli helped foster a developing sense of national identity. Those at home were proud of how their men had performed on the world stage, establishing a reputation for fighting hard in difficult conditions. Anzac Day grew out of ...

Many more of our authentic NZ stories to be revealed

mch.govt.nz

Television for Prime, up to $126,621. The joy and jeopardy of NZ military pilots, from then (WW2) to now. For ANZAC day 2020. Help Is On The Way, 1 x 45 mins, Whisky Tango Foxtrot for Prime, up to $139,325. The unforgettable story of 36 people trapped on the upper floors of the Grand Chancellor Hotel after ...

Outcome One

mch.govt.nz

be represented by units of access to or experiences of online information – for example, target audiences accessing the topic ‘Anzac Day’ on NZHistory.net.nz. The online delivery of information allows content to be accessed by multiple target audiences anywhere, at any time. As audiences grow and ...

Diverse funding for World War One centenary

mch.govt.nz

Finlayson welcomed the decisions, saying increased attendances at Anzac Day services show a growing interest and understanding amongst New Zealanders of the sacrifices made in all armed conflicts. “The lottery funding will enhance commemorations for everyone regardless of where they live in New Zealand. The ...

Trans-Tasman orchestras mark Anzac centenary with near simultaneous world premieres

mch.govt.nz

marking the centenary with this significant commission. “Anzac Day is such an important day of remembrance for all Australians and is part of our collective identity. We are honoured to be paying our respects to those who fought in Gallipoli in this trans-Tasman collaboration with our neighbours at the ...

Rauemi

28maoribattalion.org.nz

exhibition on the history of B Company, 28th Māori Battalion. Tairawhiti Museum = Te Whare Taonga o te Tairawhiti – Gisborne's museum and art gallery, which includes an exhibition on the history of C Company, 28th Māori Battalion. Anzac Day collection (NZOnScreen) – a fantastic collection of some of the ...

Railwaymen in the NZEF

nzhistory.govt.nz

Wellington rugby representative who died of wounds on 22 October 1917; Sapper J.H. 'Dodger' Martin, an Upper Hutt locomotive fireman who had served with the Railway Engineers in Samoa and was killed on Anzac Day 1918; Sergeant James Neary, killed on 12 October 1918; and Sapper Hugh Robb, who had ...

Heritage Services

mch.govt.nz

included the commemoration of the centenary of the Battle for Chunuk Bair and the 100th anniversary of the first Anzac Day commemorations in 1916 which was supported by a briefing kit for media, a direct mail package to public and university libraries and museums, and the #MyAnzacDay photo competition. ...

A history of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

mch.govt.nz

a Dominion Museum, and a War Memorial Carillon and Hall of Memories.” The chosen site for these buildings was on Buckle Street, Mount Cook, then occupied by a large gaol. Construction began in 1931. The Carillon was dedicated on Anzac Day, 25 April 1932 (the Hall of Memories was completed in 1964) with the ...

Strategic direction

mch.govt.nz

example, through local music or literature); and symbolically (by providing points of national connection, such as Anzac Day ceremonies). This enhances the well-being of individuals, families and communities. Culture is also economically important. Cultural activities stimulate originality, the development ...

RSA Women's Sections

nzhistory.govt.nz

that the ideas and schemes for raising money generally originate.' [2] Alexander Turnbull Library, EP-Days of Commemoration-ANZAC Day-05. Women selling Anzac poppies, Wellington. When this image was published in 1940 it referred to these five women as 'Veterans of Poppy Day', as they had ...

Law and Order and the Military

mch.govt.nz

Anzac Day, 25 April 1932, with the Hall of Memories below it completed in 1964. The National Art Gallery and Dominion Museum opened 1936, in an imposing neo-classical building. It closed in 1996, reopening on the Wellington waterfront as the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. The Second World War ...

150 years since the Battle of Gate Pā

mch.govt.nz

established to commemorate and raise awareness of the wars that took place 150 years ago in Waikato and Tauranga, notes the significance of the timing. Image is courtesy of the Gate Pā 2014 Commemorations facebook page. "On Anzac Day, we remembered those soldiers who gave their lives in the two world ...

Overview

nzhistory.govt.nz

beliefs. The influential Returned Soldiers’ Association lobbied the government to make Anzac Day a sacred, ‘Sundayised’ holiday, helping to turn war remembrance into a ‘civil religion’. Kaiapoi war memorial The most enduring expressions of New Zealanders’ sorrow about and pride in their wartime sacrifices ...

New Zealand coastwatchers executed by the Japanese

nzhistory.govt.nz

Seventeen New Zealand coastwatchers and five civilians captured in the Gilbert Islands (now Kiribati) during the Second World War were beheaded at Betio, Tarawa. ...

A Māori word a day

nzhistory.govt.nz

– Good Friday (also Paraire) Aranga – Easter Sunday Rā Maumahara ki nga hoia o Aotearoa me Ahitereiria – Anzac Day Rā whanau o te Kuini o Ingarangi – Queen’s Birthday Matariki – beginning of Māori New Year, Pleiades Kirihimete – Christmas Ā-tau – annual Hararei – holiday Whakatā – rest Whakanui ...

War animals and the purple poppy

nzhistory.govt.nz

Zealanders to recognise 24 February New Zealand War Animal Memorial Day. A purple poppy can be worn as a symbol of remembrance analogous to the red poppy worn on Anzac Day. Some people like to wear both, to symbolise the close relationship between service personnel and war animals and the importance of ...

The year in review = He āta tirohanga ki te tau

mch.govt.nz

significance to our society and culture. During the year we developed advice for Cabinet, proposing a structure to manage New Zealand’s recognition of the Centenary and also proposing a number of specific commemorative projects. The first stage of the Memorial Park development was completed in time for ANZAC ...

Bells of remembrance

nzhistory.govt.nz

agreed and four years later, on Anzac Day 1932, the 50-metre-high carillon was dedicated and ‘the music of the bells drifted over the city borne on a southerly breeze.’ [1] Each bell bears a name or inscription in memory of those to whom they were dedicated. A sub-committee of the Carillon Society ...

RNZAF timeline

nzhistory.govt.nz

RNZAF personnel are killed when an Iroquois helicopter crashes in rugged terrain near Pukerua Bay on the Kapiti Coast. The helicopter was en route to Wellington from Ōhakea airbase to take part in Anzac Day commemorations. A RNZAF Hercules transports search and rescue teams from Auckland to Christchurch ...

Calls for a new flag

Calls for a new flag

nzhistory.govt.nz

Debate in the last few decades about a new New Zealand flag has led to referenda scheduled for 2015 and 2016. ...

Chinese Women's Organisations

nzhistory.govt.nz

exhibitions, and Christmas gala parties. Out-reach activities included sporting events – badminton tournaments and Round-the Bay races (with members running in IWANZ uniforms) – and the Pink Ribbon campaign.  In 2018, IWANZ also dispatched its own contingent to the ANZAC Day memorial service. Of particular ...

Measuring progress against the Ministry impact indicators

mch.govt.nz

Australian Memorial and Anzac Day before settling down to a more normal pattern.  The National War Memorial will also experience an increase in visitors as people visit the wider Precinct. Book sales The Ministry has helped to foster an increasing public appetite for printed information about New Zealand’s ...

Further information

nzhistory.govt.nz

Books and further reading relating to the history of Anzac Day in the Pacific Islands of Niue and the Cook Islands ...

How we performed against our impacts = Tā mātou whakatutukitanga ki ā mātou papātanga

mch.govt.nz

project to acknowledge the Centenary of the First World War, and will be completed in time to be the centrepiece of Anzac Day commemorations in 2015. The Ministry also progressed an amendment to the Flags, Emblems, and Names Protection Act 1981 in the Statutes Amendment Bill in 2012/13.  The proposed ...

How we performed against our impacts = Tā mātou whakatutukitanga ki ā mātou papātanga

mch.govt.nz

150%. Total visits are projected to be 10.5 million in 2014/15.   Other websites include – 28 Māori Battalion, Anzac Day, Vietnam War, NZ at Frankfurt, QuakeStories and WW100.   Our websites have proven to be an effective channel of communication to increase people’s understanding of New Zealand’s ...

Performing arts

nzhistory.govt.nz

Invercargill, during the late 1940s or 1950s. The band made 190 public appearances during its first five years (1940—45) and played at each local Anzac Day dawn service, 1942-57. In 1947, a second women's brass band, Auckland's Te Akarana Girls' Band, joined the Dunedin women at the annual ...

Cook Islands roll of honour boards

Cook Islands roll of honour boards

nzhistory.govt.nz

Roll of honour boards listing soldiers from the Cook Islands who served in the First World War, circa 1920s. ...

Niue First World War memorial

Niue First World War memorial

nzhistory.govt.nz

War memorial and presentation gun erected near the church in Alofi, Niue, 1920. ...

Unveiling of soldiers' memorial, Avarua

Unveiling of soldiers' memorial, Avarua

nzhistory.govt.nz

Unveiling of the soldiers’ memorial, Avarua, Rarotonga, 1926. ...

Cook Islands Armistice Day notice

Cook Islands Armistice Day notice

nzhistory.govt.nz

Public Notice of Armistice Day commemorations in the Cook Islands, 1924 ...

Alofi national memorial in Niue

Alofi national memorial in Niue

nzhistory.govt.nz

National Memorial at Alofi in Niue ...

Avatele war memorial, Niue

Avatele war memorial, Niue

nzhistory.govt.nz

Avatele war memorial in Niue ...

Tuapa war memorial, Niue

Tuapa war memorial, Niue

nzhistory.govt.nz

Tuapa war memorial in Niue ...

Hakupu war memorial, Niue

Hakupu war memorial, Niue

nzhistory.govt.nz

Hakupu war memorial in Niue ...

Hikutavake war memorial, Niue

Hikutavake war memorial, Niue

nzhistory.govt.nz

Hikutavake war memorial in Niue ...

Lakepa war memorial, Niue

Lakepa war memorial, Niue

nzhistory.govt.nz

Lakepa war memorial in Niue ...

Liku war memorial, Niue

Liku war memorial, Niue

nzhistory.govt.nz

Liku war memorial in Niue ...

Mutalau war memorial

Mutalau war memorial

nzhistory.govt.nz

Mutalau war memorial in Niue ...

Tamakautoga war memorial, Niue

Tamakautoga war memorial, Niue

nzhistory.govt.nz

Taumakatoga war memorial in Niue ...

Atiu war memorial, Cook Islands

Atiu war memorial, Cook Islands

nzhistory.govt.nz

Atiu war memorial in the Cook Islands ...

NZSO Anzac concert commemorates First World War

mch.govt.nz

The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra continues its commemoration of the centenary of the First World War this year with a poetry-themed Anzac programme, including the works of two composers who fell during the Great War. Two of the featured composers died d ...

RSA thanks Kiwis for supporting 2017 Poppy Appeal: $1.9 million raised to help NZ’s service community

mch.govt.nz

New Zealand Returned and Services’ Association (RSA) and its member clubs thank New Zealanders for their generosity in supporting our current and former service personnel through the 2017 Poppy Appeal. The RSA’s 2017 Poppy Appeal raised $1.9 million in do ...

RSA launches Poppy Appeal 2019 with a focus on whanau

mch.govt.nz

This year’s RSA Poppy Appeal has been launched with a focus on the support needed for families of service men and women. The 2019 Poppy Appeal features a call for Kiwis to be understanding and show their care for not only veterans and those currently or p ...

NZSO pays tribute to our Anzac heroes

mch.govt.nz

Commemorate the spirit of Anzac with your national orchestra and enjoy three inspiring works by composers from Australia, New Zealand and England. We begin On Anzac Eve with a salute across the Tasman to our closest allies. Sydney-born composer Ross Edwar ...

'Anzac Pioneers' theme for classic fighters 2015

mch.govt.nz

The organisers of the Classic Fighters Airshow at Omaka Airfield, Blenheim, N.Z. have announced that their major biennial airshow over Easter 2015 will carry the theme 'ANZAC PIONEERS'. ...

Results of the Gallipoli 2015 ballot announced

mch.govt.nz

New Zealanders who entered the Gallipoli 2015 ballot to attend the 100th anniversary of the ANZAC landings will be notified from today whether they have been successful, Veterans’ Affairs Minister Michael Woodhouse has announced. ...

Pages