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There are various memorials inside St Paul's Anglican Church in Symonds Street, Auckland.
Memorial to commemorate veterans who died at the Auckland Veteran's Home
On 23 October 1965 a concrete memorial cairn commemorating the battle of Tītī Hill fought on 23 Oct 1863
Memorial to NZ Wars soldiers in St John's Anglican Church in Drury
New Zealand Wars memorial lychgate at All Saints Anglican Church in Howick
The memorial to Taitoko Keepa Te Rangihiwinui (Major Kemp) which stands in Moutoa Gardens (Pākaitore), Whanganui.
Memorial to the battle of Moturoa unveiled on 7 November 1993, the 125th anniversary of the battle.
This memorial commemorates Ōtāhuhu settler and Franklin MHR Colonel Marmaduke George Nixon, who commanded the Colonial Defence Force Cavalry during the Waikato War and died from a wound received at the battle of Rangiaowhia in 1864.
The New Zealand Wars battle site of Te Ranga is located in a paddock on Pyes Pa Road (SH36) near the corner of Joyce Road, about 10 km south of the centre of the Bay of Plenty city of Tauranga. Here, on 21 June 1864, British forces decisively defeated local Māori. The heavy British defeat at Pukehinahina (Gate Pā) on 29 April 1864 shocked New Zealand’s European settler community, and its military and political establishment.
This memorial stands on Taneatua Road, about 5 km south of Whakatāne. It commemorates French miller Jean Guerren, who died defending the Te Poronu flour mill on 11 March 1869
This memorial stands in the Te Puni Street urupā burial ground in Petone. It commemorates prominent Te Ātiawa leader Honiana Te Puni's 'unbroken friendship' with Pākehā.
Three paddle-steamers – Avon, Pioneer and Koheroa – served during the Waikato War, along with four armoured barges and several smaller barges.
This memorial is located on the Napier-Taupō Road (State Highway 5) about 15 km north-west of Napier
The Maori settlement of Ōmarunui was on the south bank of the Tūtaekuri River, about 13 km south-west of Napier. On the morning of 12 October 1866, the kāinga was the scene of a battle in which settlers and local Ngāti Kahungunu fought a Pai Mārire (Hauhau) faction of Ngāti Hineuru.
This memorial stands in front of Te Kotahitanga Hall in Nūhaka. It was erected by the New Zealand government to acknowledge the allegiance of Ihaka Whaanga (died 1875) to the Crown.
This memorial in Bolton Street Memorial Park, Wellington, commemorates six marines and sailors of HMS Calliope who died in 1846 and 1847.
This tombstone marks the grave of two British men who were killed in action on Battle Hill in August 1846.
Rāwiri Puhirake led Ngāi Te Rangi in the defence of Gate Pā and later Te Ranga, where he was killed on 21 June 1864
This memorial is dedicated to the Ngāi Te Rangi leader Hōri Ngātai, veteran of Pukehinahina (Gate Pā) and Te Ranga, who died in 1912.
This memorial, known as the 1st Waikato Militia memorial, in fact commemorates 25 colonial and imperial soldiers and sailors from the 68th Regiment, 1st Waikato Militia and Naval Brigade who died in 1864 and 1867.

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