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Anzac Day Commemorations 25 April 2017



Anzac Day is a time to reflect on the servicemen and servicewomen – past and present – who have displayed courage and self-sacrifice serving our country.

For many New Zealanders April 25 is a day for reflection and remembrance, and for the Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board residents there are a couple of parades and services to attend.

Onehunga Anzac Day Parade and Service

• Parade assembly is at 9am - Corner of Onehunga Mall and Arthur Street

• Parade commencement is at 9.30am

• Service commences at 10am - Onehunga RSA, corner of Onehunga Mall and Princes Street.

• A rolling road closure is in place for the duration of the parade

• Contact: Rona McKenzie 021 324 894

Panmure/Mt Wellington Anzac Day Parade and Service

• Parade assembly is at 9.15am - 163 Queens Road in the carpark

• Parade commencement is at 9.30am

• Service commences at 10am - Panmure Community Hall, 7-13 Pilkington Road

• A rolling road closure is in place for the duration of the parade

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