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How Northern Tasmania marked Anzac Day 2016

StoriesLaunceston pauses to rememberWaverley 99-year-old Harold “Joe” Hawley marched through a crowd five-people deep in Launceston on Monday.
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Anzac legends live onIt wasa morning filled with emotions, memories and stories at Beaconsfield on Anzac Day.

Community honours fallenAnzac Day commemorations held in Evandale and Longford honoured past and present soldiers who faced the battlegrounds on foreign lands to protect Australia.

Traditional service draws crowdMore than 100 people gathered at Westbury Cenotaph at 11am to mark the 101st anniversary of Anzac Day.

Battle of Pozières sharedA sombre tone surrounded the space of the Exeter RSL Club, as hundreds gathered on Monday to remember the brave men and women of World War I.

Town’s brave rememberedWhen South George Town Primary School student Bronte Miller was asked to study World War I as part of a class project, she never thought she would unearth such an impressive family connection.

Dawn tradition strong for 7500The Dawn Service tradition was passed down to a new generation in Launceston this Anzac Day.

GalleriesAnzac Day at Longford and Evandale | photos

Hobart Anzac Day service 2016 | Photos

Launceston Anzac Day march 2016 | Photos

Launceston Anzac Day Dawn Service | Photos

George Town Anzac Day service and march | Photos

Anzac Day footy matchesBlues bullied on battlefieldLaunceston coach Chris Hills has given his players a stinging rebuke, suggesting they have lost their ability to win in the clutches.

Tasmanian State League: Launceston v Lauderdale | Photos

Hawks, Eagles soaring highProspect ended St Pats short-lived unbeaten streak in a thrilling eight-point win.

NTFA division 2: St Patricks v Prospect | Photos

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