Australian Regional Media photojournalist Stuart Cumming has spent the week filing stories from Turkey, as a part of coverage of the Anzac Day centenary.
SEEING the scenes of Gallipoli’s fiercest battles added depth to Bert and Betty Livingstone’s first Anzac Cove dawn service.
Stuart will file an online blog from each of his days in Gallipoli, and will also reflect back on the diaries 100 years ago of Australian soldier Vivian Henry Noble.
THE build up to this morning’s service was busy. People who I had unsuccessfully been chasing for stories became apparent to me in the hours after midnight.
A FATHER and daughter’s bond entrenched in military service has brought Hilary and Catherine Turner to Gallipoli.
WAR stories passed down through Sahra Geiger’s family inspired her and fiancé Jordan Hintz to travel to the Gallipoli for Anzac Day.
TURKISH opera singer Arda Aktar was honoured and afraid when approached about performing at some of Australia and New Zealand’s most solemn ceremonies.
MONTHS of being closely scrutinised have prepared Australia’s Federation Guard personnel for the highlight of their ceremonial careers.
DIDGERIDOO player William Barton’s native Australian sounds will captivate dawn service crowds at Anzac Cove.
A BROTHERS’ bond once broken is being mended on the shores of Gallipoli.
Stuart studied journalism at the University of Southern Queensland in Toowoomba. He worked briefly at Central Queensland News and Warwick Daily News. He has worked as a reporter at The Chronicle since July 2009.