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Niue WW1 Centenary Commemoration Day

Commemorative ceremonies and the unveiling of two new cenotaphs on Niue to mark the island's contribution to New Zealand's war effort.

Detail of portrait of No 4 Platoon (Niue) 3rd Maori Reinforcements. Image courtesy of Alexander Turnbull Library, Ref: 1/2-042997-F.

Niue WW1 Centenary (1915-2015) Commemoration Day 
13 October (14th October New Zealand time) 
2.30pm Church Service - Ekalesia Alofi Church, Alofi
4.30pm Marching parade from Ekalesia, Alofi Church to Tomb Point, Alofi for unveiling of New Zealand Cenotaph
5.20pm Marching parade from Tomb Point, Alofi to National Memorial Ground, Alofi for unveiling of Niue Cenotaph

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14 October 2015
Date added: 14 October 2015 | Last updated: 10 November 2015