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The transfer of the land will potentially allow the RSL to redevelop ANZAC House into a purpose-built headquarters that meets its current needs and business model," Mr Barnett said.
In April 2014, following an extensive worldwide competitive tender, Lockheed Martin Canada was selected as the Prime Systems Integrator by the New Zealand Ministry of Defence to upgrade the combat systems on their ANZAC class ships.
The mayor and the district governor welcomed us and acknowledged the work of the Anzac nursing sisters and the tough conditions under which they worked.
No evidence was found that she was aware or played any part in the Anzac Day plot or any plan to harm others or incite terrorism in the UK or elsewhere, the court heard.
This charge represents his conduct over 10 days in March 2015 in inciting an Australia-based man to commit an act of terrorism abroad, namely the murder of police officers during an attack upon a parade to commemorate Anzac Day.
Both exhibitions are on display till May 2 at the Murray Harris Room inside the Australian High Commission) Pay tribute to India's role in Anzac campaigns
Sir Lockwood Smith, New Zealand's High Commissioner, told the congregation, including the Princess Royal, who had begun gathering well before sunrise: "We will always remember, be always inspired" by the Anzacs.
The ANZAC Centenary is also a time to remember the essential contribution of those on the home front, who support and care for those in service, and often face the loss or injury of loved ones, and how 100 years after the conflict, we commemorate jointly with our Turkish colleagues as they remember their own sacrifices," he said.
Australians of all backgrounds are able to identify with the Anzac values, Wellings said, while few choose to identify with the country's "White Australia" past.
Every year a Dawn Services is held to commemorate the Ecanakkale Ground War during which Anzac military forces attacked to the Gallipoli on 25 April, 1915.
LONDON, April 23 (KUNA) -- A 14-year-old boy arrested in Britain has been charged with two counts of inciting terrorism, including an alleged plot targetting people gathered for Anzac Day, an event in Australia marking a World War One campaign.