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Margie Abbott delights crowd in Gallipoli
TONY Abbott has walked among the crowds at Gallipoli, but it’s his wife who impressed particularly when one attendee lost her shoe.
Anzac Day 2015: Your pictures
AROUND Australia people are gathering at memorials, in parks, in gardens and in pubs to commemorate Anzac Day. This is your Anzac Day in pictures.
Anzacs march on through noise, fires
NIGHTCLUB owners were forced to issue an apology after loud music interrupted Anzac dawn services in Sydney, while fires shocked crowds in Perth.
Growers want action now on plant blights
A PEAK horticulture group is calling for urgent action to bolster Queensland’s biosecurity capabilities after the outbreak on another exotic disease.
Change of guard
FOR Ingham-born war hero Keith Payne, Anzac Day sparks many memories – and marks a handing over of the Anzac spirit to the next generation.
Critics see red on Aquarius
A GARISH colour scheme of white with bright orange trim on the Aquarius residential tower on the Strand gives new meaning to the saying mutton dressed up as lamb, North Ward resident James Browning says.
Money is for stadium only
TOWNSVILLE councillors have been accused of pursuing their “own pet projects” with the State Government’s money.
Mayors front Canberra with â€˜shovel-readyâ€™ plans
MAYORS from nine northern councils will leave for Canberra next month for meetings with politicians over assistance for their drought-affected shires.
Pilot forgets landing gear
PILOT error caused an aeroplane with seven passengers on board to come within inches of disaster after landing gear wasn’t deployed.
Hooters names its opening day at last
HOOTERS restaurant has promised their controversial store would be open by next month.
North Queensland Cowboys too strong for fast-finishing Newcastle Knights in NRL thriller
100 horses for 100 years: Mt Garnet marks Anzac centenary
Anzac Day 2015: Ashes scattered as crowds mark Currumbin service, Townsville greets dawn in remembrance
Gallipoli 2015: More than 50,000 turn out to remember fallen soldiers in Townsville
Rescue dogs helping ex-servicemen recover from post-traumatic stress disorder
Townsville expecting 50,000 for biggest Anzac Day ever
North Queensland Anzac Day services and marches
Anzac Day 2015: Townsville expecting 50,000 at dawn service amid centenary commemorations
Gallipoli 2015: Teaching the Anzac tradition a challenge
Port manager and grazier discuss record live cattle export shipments
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