My Great-Grandad taught me that people are people no matter were they come from.
It was July 20, 1974 when Turkey first invaded Cyprus. I was in my family home with my three young children.
After serving with the Australian Army for 20 years, I was sick and in a wheelchair, but nobody could tell me why. It took 14 years for a doctor to look outside the accepted before I could get help.
Responsible for the nutritional sustenance, of hundreds of soldiers, Robert Clappis is an Australian Army Chef/Solider.
The Victoria Police Soccer Club (VPSC) was established in 1949 and has become the most successful sporting club within Victoria Police. On April 26th 2015, the first ANZAC Cup match was played with the Turkish community to honour those who perished in World War One.
For Laurence Hutchins and little Arki, this trip to Fed Square was completely unplanned, Laurence was captivated by the sea of red as he left Flinders Street Station and couldn't walk away.
Junrach Promthong and Santiago Ocameo Salazar are two international students studying in Melbourne who were drawn in by the stunning red blanket of poppies on the steps of Federation Square.
Julie and Ian Woolf and Eric and Carol Shade were touched by the respect and honour for the ANZACs embodied by the community outpouring of support towards the project.
Melanie Drew and Susan Mcdougall on how and why the came to be involved in The 5000 Poppies Project. They volunteer behind the scenes counting and sorting the poppies sent in at Federation Square.