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Anzac Day: Australians gather in Gallipoli for dawn service

Hundreds of Australians have gathered in Gallipoli for an Anzac Day dawn service, amid heightened security following intelligence suggesting terrorists may try to target the commemorations. Full story »

Police investigate shot sounds in Vic

Police in regional Victoria are investigating reports of a firearm going off in Wangaratta. Full story »

Anzac heckler charged over offensive yells

A 32-year-old man who yelled out "stop the wars" during Sydney's Anzac Day dawn service has been charged over his behaviour. Full story »

Alleged drunk driver flees scene of crash after rolling truck in Sydney

A driver has made a running getaway from news cameras after he was charged over a crash in Sydney which saw his truck hit an overpass and then roll. Full story »

Anzac spirit remembered at Gallipoli

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has led tributes to the Anzacs at a dawn service on Gallipoli's shores. Full story »

Canberra parade marks indigenous service

Indigenous tributes, official and unofficial, have bookended the Anzac Day parade and national ceremony in Canberra. Full story »

Antarctica expeditioners mark Anzac Day in sub-zero temperatures

Australian expeditioners in Antarctica have marked Anzac Day in sub-zero temperatures at four research stations. Full story »

Australia withdraws officers from Cyprus

Australia will withdraw its final federal police contingent from Cyprus in June, bringing to an end a peacekeeping mission spanning more than 50 years. Full story »

Anzac Day still special for SA vets

South Australia's dwindling number of World War II veterans says it's still special to them to march on Anzac Day. Full story »

NSW scrap yard fire put out after 18 hours

A blaze at a scrap metal yard in Sydney's west has been put out after burning for more than 12 hours. Full story »

Qld school fire appears suspicious: police

Fire has torn through a heritage-listed Queensland school, with initial investigations suggesting it was deliberately lit. Full story »

Proud Qld veterans march for fallen mates

Queensland veterans have used whatever means possible to march for their mates during the 2017 Anzac Day parade in Brisbane. Full story »

PM offers Iraq $110m during Anzac visit

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has offered Iraq $110 million in humanitarian assistance during an unannounced Middle East visit ahead of Anzac Day. Full story »

Thousands flock to national Anzac marches

Tens of thousands of people have flocked to Anzac Day marches across the country despite wet weather in some cities and fears about terrorist attacks. Full story »

Tas woman suffers serious burns to face

A woman has suffered significant burns to her face and body, with Tasmanian police investigating whether domestic violence was involved. Full story »

Indigenous diggers get honour they deserve

For fifth generation serviceman Lieutenant Nigel Browne, Anzac Day honours the sacrifice of his Aboriginal ancestors and inspires the next generation. Full story »

Women veterans step up for Anzac Day march

A new group is stepping out to make women veterans feel more deserving of being part of Anzac Day. Full story »

Elderly Qld anglers die on fishing trip

The bodies of an elderly man and woman have both been found after a central Queensland fishing trip went wrong. Full story »

Crowds pay tribute at Adelaide Anzac march

Thousands have cheered on South Australia's current and former servicemen and women as they marched through Adelaide on Anzac Day. Full story »

Skipper blows three times the legal alcohol limit after crashing boat onto Forster beach

A man has been charged after crashing his boat onto a NSW beach. (9NEWS)
A man has been charged after he allegedly crashed his boat onto a beach on the New South Wales Mid North Coast while drunk. Full story »