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Posts Tagged ‘ WW1 ’

WATCH: Daily Last Post ends in November

Jun 8th, 2018 | By | Category: Front Page Layout, News, Top Picture

The daily Last Post ceremonies at Pukeahu end in November this year as the 100 year anniversary of WWI’s end approaches. NICHOLAS HENDRICKS reports.



Salvation Army window tells true story of grandmother’s loss

Apr 21st, 2018 | By | Category: Editor's Picks, Front Page Layout, Lead Story, News

Women’s side of the story is represented in Johnsonville’s heartfelt Anzac window display. Susan Bradley was moved by the story of her own great grandmother. COURTNEY DAY reports.



WW1 musical film experience comes to Wellington Museum

Apr 20th, 2017 | By | Category: Arts/Entertainment, Latest News, News

The Nudge are performing live before showing of film, music commemorating World War 1



Cook Islands Anzacs remembered with service

Apr 23rd, 2016 | By | Category: Diversity, Editor's Picks, Front Page Layout, News, Top Picture

Sandra Tisam looks at Michel Tuffrey’s work honouring the Cook Island’s World War 1 legacy, which is remembered each year in Porirua. MATT TSO reports.



WATCH: Moving daily ritual for New Zealand’s war dead

Sep 16th, 2015 | By | Category: Editor's Picks, Featured Article, Multimedia

New Zealand remembers those who gave their lives for their country every day at 5pm with at the tomb of the unknown warrior.



A street level look at Wellington’s World War 1 history

Oct 17th, 2014 | By | Category: Latest News, News

Locals come face-face with stories and images of Wellingtonians who left 100 years ago to fight in WW1.



WW1 commemorations in the capital

Oct 17th, 2014 | By | Category: Latest News, News

Commemorations kick off in Wellington to mark 100 years since New Zealand soldiers left to fight in WW1.



Newsweek in review

Oct 17th, 2014 | By | Category: Lead Radio Story



Dame gets her hands dirty to honour sexual health trailblazer

Jun 6th, 2013 | By | Category: Featured Article, Features, Front Page Layout

If an early Kiwi nurse had been listened to, 10,000 New Zealand soldiers could have been saved from syphilis, writes LIZ WYLLIE.