Tag Archives: Anzac Day

Anzac Day 2019; thoughts from the past, present and the future

Another Anzac Day passes and each year it feels different. From memories of those I personally have lost, to memories of people the world has lost, and much much more.

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Podcast #9: Anzac Day Dawn Parade

We have always attended the dawn parade and I continue to be very humbled by how widely supported it always is, for such a small remote nation.

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Anzac Day commemorations and loving self employed

Anzac Day marked the end to this week, and 100 years since the Allied landings in Gallipoli. This nation does remember, and a record crown showed out to the Cenotaph to the Dawn Parade. 

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Sunshine, coaching and getting lost in the woods

It’s been an interesting week, both in weather and in events. The weather has sunshined, hailed, selected, rained, the whole 9 yards. We have broken records for the coolest April, ever. Super. Just what we want as we wait patiently … Continue reading

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Anzac day. Lest we Forget: We will Remember Them

I have never had the opportunity to attend a service at the Cenotaph before, today was my first. I attended the Dawn Parade at Invercargill Cenotaph, and was absolutely bowled over with the hundreds and hundreds of people who were … Continue reading

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