First Dusk Service held at Waitangi

April 27, 2022, 12:19 p.m.

Northland MP Willow-Jean Prime talks about attending the first dusk ANZAC service held at Te Rau Aroha Museum and the Price of Citizenship exhibition at the Treaty Grounds, Waitangi. In attendance were those who fought in the war and their whānau, the whānau of those soldiers who are no longer with us, Dame Silvia Cartwright, Meng Foon, Taitokerau MP MP Kelvin Davis, Shane Jones and Te Kāpehu Whetū - Tai Tama Tāne, The Leadership Academy of A Company. The service was held by the Waitangi National Trust in partnership with the 28 Māori Battalion Tai Tokerau Association.

Although this year's event was private, it will be open to the public from next year onwards.

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