Anzac Day


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Anzac Day

n
(Military) 25 April, a public holiday in Australia and New Zealand commemorating the Anzac landing at Gallipoli in 1915
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A BRITISH schoolgirl who downloaded a terror manual and had links to the Anzac Day plotter has told a court she regrets her actions.
Anzac Day was the chosen date because of "its importance to Australia and its people" when those who died in conflict are honoured, the court heard.
A 14-YEAR-OLD British boy who came within days of successfully plotting an Anzac Day terror "massacre" in Australia is expected to be sentenced today.
Brisbane City Council will be calling for tenders to complete the work and this is expected to be awarded in November 2015, with construction expected to commence before the end of the year and completed by Anzac Day 2016.
The medallion was sent by The Doyalson-Wyee RSL Sub-Branch, in New South Wales, Australia, for the president of the South Shields Royal Legion to wear on Remembrance Day and ANZAC Day each year.
Even more worryingly, she exchanged 2,000 WhatsApp messages a day with a 14-year-old boy who was inciting terrorism in Australia, including an ANZAC day attack on police.
A SCHOOLGIRL arrested with a teenage boy involved in a plot to attack police at an Anzac Day parade in Australia has admitted two terror offences.
The 16-year-old, from Manchester, was arrested in April with a boy of 14, from Lancashire, who encouraged the ISIS-inspired attack at an Anzac Day parade.
A 15-YEAR-OLD British boy from Lancashire has admitted encouraging an Islamic State-inspired terror attack targeting police officers at an Anzac Day parade in Australia.
A 15-YEAR-OLD British boy has admitted encouraging an Islamic State-inspired terror attack targeting police officers at an Anzac Day parade in Australia.
Alf is horrified when the younger generation make it clear they don't think Anzac Day is important.
AROUND 25 nurses from the Wellington region, many of them mental health nurses from Capital and Coast District Health Board, gathered at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park on Anzac Day last month to remember those nurses who had served overseas in World War 1.