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Dawn Service Dunedin ANZAC Day remembered

THE DAWN SERVICE IN DUNEDIN ON ANZAC DAY 25 APRIL 2015 WAS A MOVING TRIBUTE TO MATESHIP AND COMMITMENT. This Dawn Service poem is offered to thank those people who attended a 100th ANZAC Day commemoration service:   “ANZAC Day dawned in Dunedin, In the southern island of New Zealand, The weather wet with mist, The soldiers

Lores Bonney was always taking flight

LORES BONNEY, LIKE MANY WOMEN, TOOK TO THE SKIES, PILOTED PLANES AND FOUND THAT THE SKY IS NOT THE LIMIT. A late starter at 30, pilot Lores Bonney became a formidable non-military Australian aviatrix who deserved more publicity for her courage and determination to fly solo from continent to continent. Aviation writer Kristen Alexander’s recently published

Bundanoon welcomes you to Brigadoon

BUNDANOON’S HOSTING OF BRIGADOON WAS A SUCCESS AGAIN. The Brigadoon mystical magic at Bundanoon was again unforgettable.  The day was made even more memorable by the one hundred thousand welcomes given to visitors and locals alike as the tartan terriors paraded their wares and sporting attitude on the village green. The Brigadoon news clipping in the local papers
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