This Friday is ANZAC Day.
April 25 marks the anniversary of the landing of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (Anzacs) at Gallipoli during World War I.
ANZAC Day is a time to remember the bravery and sacrifice of New Zealanders who have served their country in wars and conflicts.
What happens on ANZAC Day?
Every year on April 25 dawn services, parades and commemorative ceremonies are held throughout the country. Dawn services begin from 5.30am.
Locations of ANZAC Day services and parades:
Night screening Thursday 24 April
Watch newly discovered WWI war footage illuminated on the Auckland War Memorial Museum. Watch the trailer.