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How many Kiwis at Gallipoli?
For almost 100 years history told us 8556 New Zealanders fought at Gallipoli, but new research shows us the number was much higher.
'We grieve for them still'
Governor General speaks of the indelible Anzac bond as fallen soldiers remembered.
Thousands of people braved the threat of bad weather to attend Anzac Day services this morning.
Colonel on active duty
It is not the first time Colonel Paul Curry has remembered Anzac Day outside New Zealand.
Peace at National War Memorial
Crowds gathered around the National War Memorial in Wellington for the Anzac Day dawn service.
Australia and New Zealand mark Gallipoli anniversary
Thousands attend services and ceremonies for ANZAC day, marking the 98th anniversary of the day Australian and New Zealand forces landed at Gallipoli. Simon Hanna reports.
Hamilton Dawn Service
Hundreds attended the Anzac Day service in Hamilton this morning.
Christchurch dawn parade
Thousands of Cantabrians attended the Anzac Day dawn parade to remember the fallen.
ANZAC Day 2012 - Dawn Services
The faces of Gallipoli
New Zealand's roll of honour from The Weekly Press, 1915. Mugshots of casualties from Gallipoli.
Anzac photos: Photographers' picks
Our Fairfax photographers share their favourite photos of our defence force in action and in reflection.
Tinui Anzac memorial
The tiny Wairarapa settlement has its Anzac Day memorial cross site officially recognised by the Historic Places Trust.
Sterile remembrance is not enough, writes Glyn Harper.
The remains of dozens of New Zealand soldiers still lie beneath the earth at Passchendaele, Belgium, nearly a century after they fell.
Black humour helped soldiers cope in the hell that was Gallipoli. Censorship of letters home prevented them telling about it.
In 2008, the Government finally issued an official apology to Vietnam veterans. Not long before, Shane Cowlishaw and his father, a veteran, revisited the former battlefield for the first time. Is this apology too little too late?