The Mosgiel War Memorial near Gordon Rd has been given a spruce-up ahead of Anzac Day commemorations.
Anzac Day 2018
Two Australian veterans who marched at yesterday’s dawn service at the Dunedin Cenotaph served as a reminder of the transtasman bond which underpins Anzac Day.
Letters written on a portable typewriter brought scores of Dunedin families the devastating news that their soldier loved ones had died in 1918, the final year of World War 1.
A family heirloom plane has honoured an unfathomable loss in a war that both liberated and stole generations.
The ripples from the bombing of the Greek yacht Hellas on April 24, 1941, reached all the way to South Otago. Mike Houlahan looks back at the sinking and how it tore apart a local family.
Dorothy Knudson still kicks herself today for not asking her father more about his time during World War 1.
Crafting a series of crosses to help commemorate local World War 2 soldiers has been ``an honour'', a Balclutha service club says.
Crowds turned out around Otago yesterday for parades and services to honour those who served in New Zealand’s armed forces. Our reporters were there.
A brief service in memory of New Zealand Railways employees killed in wars will be a feature of Dunedin's Anzac Day commemorations tomorrow.
A remarkably youthful-looking 97-year-old stood among the throng at Queenstown's dawn service yesterday.
The granddaughter of an Australian soldier wounded at Gallipoli will speak at the Anzac Day service in the town with the same name as the ship that transported him to safety.
Racism was rife in New Zealand in the 1900d, and Chinese were among those targetted. Ron Palenski discovers the story of a Dunedin man who became the only Chinese soldier in the New Zealand...
The atmosphere was upbeat in Dunedin yesterday morning as thousands of Anzac Day posies were created from rosemary and red paper.
Queenstown RSA president Lyall McGregor told hundreds gathered for the dawn service he was "very, very proud" of the support shown.
This morning thousands have commemorated 103 years since the landing at Gallipoli of Australian and New Zealand Army Corps troops at dawn services around the country.
A bus load of Australian and New Zealand tourists have had a terrifying journey to Anzac Day commemorations in Gallipoli after their bus caught fire.