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25 Apr

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese attended the national ceremony in Canberra, addressing thousands from the Australian War Memorial.

"Across our country this morning, Australians have gathered in peace, free citizens of a free nation," Mr Albanese said."

108 years after those first Anzacs set off in their boats, we remember them and all who followed – and we reflect on all that has been made possible by generations of sacrifice.

"Mr Albanese spoke about the national significance of Anzac Day to the gathered crowd."

Gallipoli is just one battle in our history, but in all its stories of valour and resilience, in its simple truth of Australians looking out for each other no matter how bad things got, it has come to stand for something so much bigger in our collective heart,"

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