ROLLING ANZAC DAY COVERAGE: Gladstone remembers

MORE than a thousand people are paying homage and respect to past and current Anzacs at the Gladstone Day service.

People lined Goondoon St to watch veterans, cadets, school children and first line officers march towards Anzac Park.

At the service Gladstone RSL sub-branch president Harry Tattersall asked everyone to remember the 102,536 Australians who has died fighting for their country.

An aircraft flew over head twice to take the children's attention away from mayor Matt Burnett's speech.

After it was out of sight everyone went back to silence.



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