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Nicholas (36) died following an SAS training exercise in Auckland, He was a Lance Corporal in the First New Zealand Special Air Service Regiment. He served in Afghanistan and was awarded the New Zealand Operational Service Medal (NZOSM), New Zealand Defence Service Medal (NZDSM), New Zealand General Service (NZGSM) and NATO ISAF (Afghanistan). He will be forever remembered as a professional soldier, a father and friend to many.

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    • Awesome Guy

      Condolences to Nick's family and friends. Thank you for your service to our country. True Hero.

      Matt McAdam. Christchurch, New Zealand. Monday, May 13, 2019

    • Farwell friend

      Farewell Nick. Rest easy friend, your work on this Earth is done. Until we meet again, Arohanui, Bushy V3

      Roger Bush. Huntly, New Zealand. Sunday, May 12, 2019

    • Dear Lois & Trevor and families both in Australia and New Zealand. We are so sorry about the tragic loss of your lovely son Nicholas. News reports that we have read are a testament to his bravery and professionalism, expertise and devotion to his career. We cannot begin to imagine your grief. Please accept the condolences of our boys Clinton and Evan and their families and also the condolences of all of Robin's family. All our love and keep strong Pat and Robin

      Robin Duncan. CALWELL, Australia . Sunday, May 12, 2019

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