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Hopes high for Anzac future

Interest in Anzac Day was at record levels for the 100th anniversary but the Gallipoli dawn service is expected to be almost as busy in 2016.
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Australians and New Zealanders turned up in their hundreds and thousands at dawn services around the world.
Tony Abbott says young pilgrims at the Lone Pine memorial on Anzac Day are the hope of our day - just as the diggers who died in 1915 were a century ago.
Almost a century on, the sacrifice made by Anzacs on the Western Front has been remembered in northern France.
Thousands of Australians have marked the centenary of the Anzac landings in moving ceremonies attended by heads of state on the Gallipoli peninsula.
NSW Premier Mike Baird has acknowledged two war veterans who died in the recent floods, while addressing crowds at an Anzac Day commemoration service.
Tony Abbott and his wife Margie sat at the UK-led Gallipoli service next to the Irish president who was alongside Prince Charles and Prince Harry.
The Gallipoli dawn service has evolved into an emotional, educational journey into the Anzac legend.
An Aussie flag pole has been cut in an act of vandalism on an small cemetery near London where more than 100 Australian war veterans are buried.
An elderly Queensland woman on a cruise to Gallipoli for Anzac commemorations has fallen ill and died in a Canakkale hospital.
A British boy charged with inciting another person to carry out an attack at an Anzac parade in Australia has been remanded in custody.

Abbott tours Gallipoli battlefields

Prime Minister Tony Abbott has toured Anzac cemeteries at Gallipoli and met with descendants of diggers who fought on the peninsula 100 years ago.

Ring of steel around Anzac Cove

Tens of thousands are gathering at Gallipoli for the Anzac Day services, where security concerns are matched by a huge military and police operation.
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