"Wherever we may find ourselves this Anzac Day we turn our minds to our veterans."
New Zealanders are commemorating Anzac Day all around the country today.
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War.
Thousands of New Zealanders are expected to go to the end of their driveways for a minute's silence.
Some Auckland retirement village residents have shared their memories of wartime.
The Gregory family will be standing roadside, alongside the rest of the country on Saturday, to remember their fallen hero.
Jacinda Ardern is standing at the end of her driveway at dawn, while a realtor is doing thousands of push-ups.
RSAs have given us some ideas to make sure we won't forget.
The RSL Queensland State President says qualities evoked by the ANZAC spirit are particularly important during the COVID-19 outbreak.