Gallipoli trip on for 600 extra people as tickets reallocated
Gallipoli trip on for 600 extra people as tickets reallocated

More than 600 extra people are eligible to take part in Gallipoli 2015 celebrations, thanks to a reallocation of tickets…

WW1: Animal mascots lift morale
WW1: Animal mascots lift morale

In spring 1916, General Sir Tom Bridges won something unusual in a Red Cross Raffle in Paris - a lion.

Travel rush after Gallipoli ballot
Travel rush after Gallipoli ballot

Travel agents are warning of a rush for flights and accommodation for the 100th anniversary commemoration of Anzac Day in…

NZDF's top reservist named
NZDF's top reservist named

A soldier has been named the New Zealand Defence Force reservist of the year award after a gruelling day of military tasks. Sapper…

Anzac Day Memories

Best WWI songs by Metallica, Radiohead, PJ Harvey and more
Best WWI songs by Metallica, Radiohead, PJ Harvey and more

Soldiers , the new song by Christchurch singer-songwriter Julia Turner certainly isn't the first musical…

Young urged to visit battlefields

Young New Zealanders have been urged by Governor-General Sir Jerry Mateparae to visit the battlefields and cemeteries of…

Fallen Anzacs remembered in Gaza

Gaza City is a mass of rundown buildings, streets lined with rudimentary shops, including old garages salvaging car parts. Just…

Dawn salute to Anzacs

Communities came together at dawn services around the country yesterday to honour and remember Anzacs.

Greg Dixon: Maori TV outshines peers
Greg Dixon: Maori TV outshines peers

It happens every year now on April 25: Maori Television morphs into our very own history channel, writes…

Apiata on love, war and Anzacs

As a young boy Willie Apiata sat close to his grandfather on Anzac Day and was puzzled by the laughter that mixed with sadness…

Anzac day brings communities together

With his dad's medals proudly pinned to his chest, Julian Price waits to join the parade. Townsfolk are still spilling out…

Courier loses treasured war medals

The daughter of a World War I veteran is distraught after her father's medals were lost by a courier company.

The hero behind the white cross

Married for just a month, he couldn't wait to enlist.

Reflections on wars and all who served
Reflections on wars and all who served

Kiwis commemorate April 25 as one today, from the child learning about war history, to the veterans…

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