One final stirring parade bearing the New Zealand Scottish
Regiment colours brought central Dunedin to a standstill on
Saturday, before the colours were presented to a city museum
for posterity and safekeeping.
A military parade featuring tanks, more than 100 soldiers,
and war veterans brought central Dunedin to a halt today
before the official laying up of the New Zealand Scottish
Regiment colours at Toitu Otago Settlers Museum.
Ahead of the arrival of 45 Syrian
refugees to Dunedin next Friday, ODT reporter Vaughan Elder
and videographer Craig Baxter visited the Mangere
Refugee Resettlement Centre in Auckland and heard the stories
of people who worked there.