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Audio & Images: ANZAC Day Dawns In Wellington

Audio & Images: ANZAC Day Dawns In Wellington


Sounds and sights from this mornings Dawn Service at the Cenotaph in Wellington.

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Scoop Audio.The Last Post (1 min) - STREAM - DOWNLOAD

Scoop Audio.ANZAC Address by RSA President John Campbell (10 mins) - STREAM - DOWNLOAD


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Scoop Audio.Full Wellington ANZAC Dawn Ceremony Service (40 mins) - STREAM - DOWNLOAD


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The solemn guard of honour stands in silence on the plinth in front of the Wellington Cenotaph.


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The crowd assembled around the cenotaph numbers in the thousands.

Archdeacon Ian Bourne offers prayers for the ANZACs and New Zealand.

Wreaths are laid on the Cenotaph on behalf of Wellington RSA and the people of Australia and Australian Defence Force.


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A NZ Army trumpeter plays the Last Post

Scoop Audio.The Last Post (1 min) - STREAM - DOWNLOAD

NZ RSA National President John Campbell delivers the ANZAC Day address….

Scoop Audio.ANZAC Address by RSA President John Campbell (10 mins) - STREAM - DOWNLOAD


… as dawn breaks over the Cenotaph on ANZAC Day 2006.

ENDS

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