Sunday test feels just right
Sunday test feels just right

It will be brilliant to watch the two teams play in daylight today, and the rescheduled kickoff is expected to attract between…

Kathy Marks: Lest we forget, they also died for free speech
Kathy Marks: Lest we forget, they also died for free speech

There's been a lot of talk about free speech in Australia in recent years, particularly by right-wing politicians and commentators. Much…

Crowd in solemn silence to honour vets
Crowd in solemn silence to honour vets

Ten-thousand voices joined in unison to recite "we will remember them" as dawn broke over the Mount Maunganui War Memorial…

Hearing dog Olive reports for dawn duty
Hearing dog Olive reports for dawn duty

A gorgeous little hearing dog was a special guest at the Tauranga RSA's Anzac Day Gallipoli centenary dawn service. Olive…

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My favourite public holiday
My favourite public holiday

I'd have to say, if push came to shove came to world war, that of all the public holidays we get to…

Kiwi jihadist calls for Anzac Day terror

A Kiwi jihadist who claims to be fighting in Syria with the Islamic State has called for terror attacks in New Zealand.

The best TV shows to watch this ANZAC weekend

WWI mini-series gets personal with drama and romance as well as action.

Artist followed in soldier's footsteps

When New Zealand artist Bob Kerr went to Gallipoli five years ago to research a series of paintings he was working on, he…

New Zealand tunnellers on the Western Front
New Zealand tunnellers on the Western Front

As the nation prepares to mark the centenary of the Anzac landings at Gallipoli, a solemn service last…

Chilling reminders still evident today

You can learn only so much from books. The multitudinous historical accounts of the ill-fated campaign at Gallipoli tell…

Preparations in full swing

Preparations for commemorative ceremonies at the Gallipoli Peninsula are in full swing. Reporter Anna Leask is there.

War diary gets Facebook following

Good Friday, April 2, 1915. Private Claude Carrell ate his breakfast in bed and pulled out his diary.

Battlefield letters inspire interactive Anzac show

Letters written from famous World War 1 battles come to life through artist David Guerin. The Havelock North man spent…

Children lay wreaths for fallen dads
Children lay wreaths for fallen dads

The sons of a fallen Kiwi and Australian soldiers laid wreaths down at the new Australian Anzac memorial…

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