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As several hundred people watched on, pippins, brownies, guides, rangers and scouts moved among the rows of soldiers’ graves, laying a fragrant rosemary posy on each .
A popular feature of the city’s Anzac Day programme, the service included the day’s official party, including Dunedin Mayor Aaron Hawkins, representatives of the New Zealand, Australian, and British governments, returned servicewomen, and J Force.
The occasion was led by Chief Petty Officer Peter Gee RNZN, with a guard of honour by cadets from TS Waireka.
A lament was played during the posy laying by the City of Dunedin Pipe Band, and the anthems were accompanied by Kaikorai Metropolitan Brass.