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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New Zealand Designating Two US Groups as Terrorists May Have Global Impact

New Zealand Designating Two US Groups as Terrorists May Have Global Impact

“New Zealand recently designated two US far-right groups, the Proud Boys and the Base, as terrorist organisations. This puts them in the same category as groups such as the Islamic State…