ANZAC 2018

Join us for a day of remembrance with ANZAC Day coverage and special programming exclusive to Māori Television. Made with the support of NZ On Air and Te Māngai Pāho. Livestreaming: Auckland Dawn Service, 5.20am, ANZAC Cove Service 2.30pm.

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Place a Poppy

As part of Māori Television’s comprehensive Anzac Day coverage, we are giving you the opportunity to create a personal message of remembrance for friends or family who took part in past wars or conflicts. 

Every message will be represented by a poppy placed on our virtual cenotaph.  You can click on the poppies to read the individual messages.

Post your tribute

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Your tributes

Gerrit Keeley van Asch b1918 d2013 served as a pilot in WWII. Gerry lost most of his hearing in a wartime operation, and spent most of his adult life severely or profoundly deaf. His crew were greatful he got them through the war in one piece, and his family were thankful for his service and his sacrifice.

From Gisborne to Greece, we remember our great uncle Merton who was lost to us serving his country as part of the 2nd NZEF 25 Battalion. We will remember them.

James C. Rennie of the Royal Marines fought and died a proud Scotsman in WW1. ANZAC Day gives his descendants in NZ the chance to reflect on his legacy and and on the lonely place of final rest on the other side of the world.