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25 Apr
5am: Dawn service, Kaiuku Marae, Mahia Peninsula. 9am: Taihoa Marae, Mahia Ave, Wairoa; Frasertown service, meet at Frasertown Tavern from 8.45am; 11.15am: Wairoa Anzac Day parade and civil service,...
25 Apr
The Parade will march down Cameron Terrace into Watt St and onto the Whanganui War Memorial Centre Forecourt. The Anzac Day Dawn Service will be held on the forecourt of the Whanganui War Memorial...
25 Apr
The Dawn Parade will form up outside the Davis Library, Queens Park, at 5.15am The Dawn Service will start at 5.30am and will conclude shortly after 6.00am

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