ALEX Brown (pictured) has not missed an Anzac Day since 1946
ALEX Brown (pictured) has not missed an Anzac Day since 1946

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IT would have made any Anzac proud. Large crowds turned out across the Tweed yesterday to help commemorate the 90th anniversary of the landings at Gallipoli.

From dawn services to the street marches, the spirit of Anzac Day was alive and thriving, especially among the young, with thousands of school children taking part in parades and services throughout the shire.

Near-perfect conditions greeted marchers and their efforts, and all those who have served Australia were acknowledged by crowds of onlookers who lined the parade routes. Organisers were particularly encouraged by the large number of young people taking part in the marches and services - many proudly wearing family medals of honour.



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