Hank Maclean will stand tall at the no doubt chilly West Otago Showgrounds this morning, warm in the knowledge he is on a special mission.
Anzac Day 2015
The diary of a World War 1 veteran from Tapanui is one of the source materials in a vastly different annual performance from the West Otago Theatrical Society this winter.
Lest we forget. A phrase that has echoed down the decades but one that needs some context.
When I was young and ignorant, I thought the Great War sounded just that, great.
The "Anzac spirit" was celebrated by US Secretary of State John Kerry in a tribute today.
Your guide to Anzac Day services in the South this year. CLUTHA DISTRICT RETURNED SERVICES ASSOCIATION INC. ANZAC DAY SERVICE The public are invited to the Balclutha...
Millers Flat resident Forbes Knight (83) is preparing for a very special Anzac Day.
Mount Aspiring College pupils in Wanaka have completed a major social studies project before Anzac Day.
Club rugby will mark Anzac Day tomorrow with a moment's silence and a new logo in remembrance of the events of 100 years ago.
Fr Dan Cummings, of Lawrence, performs the blessing at the dedication of crosses at the Lawrence Peace Garden on Wednesday.
Peebles women Carol Gibson (left) and Adrienne Borrie display corrugated iron poppies recognising the 10 soldiers from the lower Waitaki Plains who lost their lives in World War 1.
Light will shine on the World War 1 war memorial in Oamaru on Anzac Day.
People came in their thousands to Gallipoli yesterday.
Three soldiers killed as a result of World War 1, but seemingly forgotten in their home district of the Upper Clutha, are being brought back into the limelight by a group of Wanaka historians.
Some Tahuna Intermediate School pupils and their teacher are hoping to make Anzac Day extra special for veterans this year.
Just like they first did 92 years ago, a crowd gathered ''in the lee of the rock'' in cold conditions to honour the dead of the Otago Peninsula.
An old boy of Waitaki Boys' High School wants to see its Hall of Memories, built to honour pupils who served in World War 1, used during Anzac ceremonies.
A tower of London ceramic poppy sent from the UK by a friend of Mosgiel resident John Noble has gone on display at the Mosgiel RSA in time for Anzac Day.
The powerful feelings expressed in the poetry, songs, diaries and interviews about the ill-fated Gallipoli campaign have been set to music by Dunedin composer Anthony Ritchie. Rebecca Fox finds out how the group of songs came together.
Paying respect at Wanaka's war memorial has been made much easier for people with access issues, thanks to a new ramp.