Anzac Day

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Anzac Day

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(Military) 25 April, a public holiday in Australia and New Zealand commemorating the Anzac landing at Gallipoli in 1915
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These three young Territorians will represent the NT at the ANZAC Day Dawn Service at the Australian War Memorial in Villers-Bretonneux in France.
The Committee assists in organising the annual Dawn Service at ANZAC Square in Brisbane.
Free bus services and special early trams will be available for people going to the ANZAC Day Dawn Service at the Shrine of Remembrance, Minister for Public Transport Terry Mulder announced today.
The group will travel to France and Belgium to visit World War I and II sites of significance, and represent the Northern Territory at the Anzac Day Dawn Service at the Australian War Memorial in Villers-Bretonneux.
In an update on the Centenary of Anzac program, Minister Assisting the Prime Minister on the Centenary of Anzac, Warren Snowdon, today announced the Governments of Turkey, Australia and New Zealand have formally agreed to the capacity of the Anzac Commemorative Site for the 2015 Dawn Service.
Contract Awarded for Host broadcast of the Anzac Day Dawn Service and the Australian Lone Pine Service at Gallipoli.
The symphony, marking the 100th anniversary of the campaign, took 10 years to complete, and every year since 2006, a part of the symphony has been performed during a dawn service held in Gallipoli.
One of the nurses who suggested the nurses attend the dawn service as a group, Wellington Hospital nurse Rebecca Huthwaite, said it was important to remember that almost one quarter of New Zealand's nursing workforce --550 nurses--served during the "Great War".
At a dawn service at London's Wellington Arch, thousands of Australians and New Zealanders had gathered to pay their respects.
They joined world leaders at a dawn service Saturday marking exactly 100 years since the invasion, which had aimed to secure a naval route from the Mediterranean to Istanbul through the Dardanelles, and take the Ottomans out of the war.
ISLAMABAD -- The Australian High Commission commemorated the centenary of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) on Saturday with a dawn service.
Charles and Harry are due to attend a dawn service with the Australian and New Zealand Prime Ministers at the Anzac memorial today.