Yesterday the prime minister announced that $1.1mil will be allocated to the Royal New Zealand Returned and Services Association and No Duff Charitable Trust in grant payments over the next four years.
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ANZAC 2018: Turangawaewae- A Place to Stand
Short film: Tiare, a homeless Vietnam war veteran spends his days wandering the city for bits and pieces.
Tree planting initiative to honour fallen soldiers
Forestry Minister Shane Jones has launched a tree planting programme called Matariki Tū Rākau to remember and recognise those men and women who have served in the New Zealand Defence Force.
ANZAC 2018: Auckland Dawn Service
Made with the support of NZ On Air. Live: Leah Te Whata provides an exclusive look into the setup of this special ceremony.
B Company veteren to attend Italian doco premiere
B Company veteran Robert Gillies, of the 28th Māori Battalion, is one of the guests that will be attending the premier of "Kia Ora" an Italian documentary on the Māori Battalion's campaign in Italy WWII.
Canterbury marae remembers their fallen heroes
The Ngāi Tūāhuriri Marae of Tuahiwi in North Canterbury will commemorate their ancestors who fought in World Wars I and II tomorrow. Over 20 fallen veterans will be honoured at their annual afternoon memorial service, held at the marae cemetery of Uruti.
Police and fire battle it out at ANZAC rugby game
A team of police officers and group of firefighters are set to battle out the on the rugby field tomorrow on ANZAC Day.
Māori Television brings live coverage of ANZAC Day
Tomorrow marks a significant day where we pay tribute to Aotearoa New Zealand's armed service members. You can tune into our Rereātea and Te Kāea bulletins for the latest.
Aboriginal and Māori dances combine for ANZAC
This year, ANZAC celebrations in Perth will see the Aboriginal Corroboree and haka take a united stand. Both indigenous peoples will present a ceremonial dance at Kings Park on the 25th of April.
Thirty Māori NZDF members to perform at Gallipoli
As ANZAC Day nears, a group of Māori members of the NZ Defence Force are preparing to head to Gallipoli for the annual commemorations.