The first Kiwi to die at Gallipoli

Private Wilfred Victor Knight, the first New Zealander reported killed in the 1915 Gallipoli landing. Photographed in Sydney in 1912.

Wilf Knight landed with the first Australian forces, hours before the New Zealand contingent. He died of his wounds and was buried at sea.

How will we be remembered in 100 years?

Nate Shephard, 5, and his brother Joel, 7, wearing their great-grandfathers' war medals from WW1 and WW2, pictured at the ANZAC day memorial dawn service held at the Auckland War Memorial Museum in Auckland Domain 100 years on from the Gallipoli landings in 1915.

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Anzac Day peaks at Chunuk Bair

Bronsyn Cross (10) at Chunuk Bair during Anzac Day Commemorations, in Gallipoli.

Prince Harry was among those to pay tribute at New Zealand's own Anzac Day memorial service.

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Members of the Rebels motorbike gang at the Waiouru dawn service.

Members of a motorbike gang accused of disrupting a second dawn service in the central North Island.

The world remembers

Private Wilfred Victor Knight, the first New Zealander reported killed in the 1915 Gallipoli landing. Photographed in Sydney in 1912.

Anzac Day acknowledged across the globe.

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Anzac Diary

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Australia seems to have a better appreciation of modern day military.

Our bucket list dream realised

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'Sleeping' bags are a must-have item for dawn ceremony-goers at Anzac Cove.

Packing for the front line

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