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Wednesday 26 April 2017 | Published in Local

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Huge crowd marks ANZAC Day
As a New Zealand Defence Force bugler sounds The Last Post, a conch player looks down on the ANZAC Day ceremony from the steps of the courthouse contemplating the sacrifi ces Cook Islands servicemen have made in confl icts from World War I to Vietnam and, most recently, Afghanistan.17042513

During wars the half-light of dawn was one of the most favoured times for an attack; however yesterday morning, men, women, and children all emerged from their homes to remember Cook Island soldiers who served in wartime.

During wars the half-light of dawn was one of the most favoured times for an attack; however yesterday morning, men, women, and children all emerged from their homes to remember Cook Island soldiers who served in wartime.


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