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NZ vets mark Anzac Day in New Caledonia

NZ vets mark Anzac Day in New Caledonia

Updated 25 April 2013, 9:06 AEST

Three New Zealand World War Two veterans are marking Anzac Day in New Caledonia .

The trio were just teenagers when they joined the air force and went to war, and are now in their 80s.

New Caledonia was headquarters for the South Pacific Command during the war and a training base for New Zealand soldiers.

Presenter: Geraldine Coutts

Speaker: David Daniel, New Zealand war veteran

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Geraldine is a respected voice on issues in the Pacific and is the presenter of our morning Pacific Beat  program.

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