Lest We Forget

CNN reports on revivified NZ and Australian interest in the memorial of ANZAC Day and it’s importance to trans-Tasman relations: “Tens of thousands of Australian and New Zealanders arose before dawn on Thursday to pay their respects at early morning services […]. What began as a remembrance for the more than 8, Australian and New Zealand soldiers lost in the ill-fated Gallipoli campaign during WW1, has become a broader acknowledgment of the sacrifices made by the nations’ armed forces across the globe.  


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Queenstown Looks to Alternative Revenue

Queenstown Looks to Alternative Revenue

As the Covid-19 pandemic closes borders and grounds aircraft around the world, iconic destinations from Kyoto to Amsterdam are addressing the new reality of fewer visitors and looking for ways to…