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Annastacia Palaszczuk says commemorations return to normal

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Queenslanders will be able to mark Anzac Day “like normal” in 2021, with the Premier announcing Dawn Services, marches and public commemorations can all go ahead this April.

Last year, COVID-19 restrictions resulted in nationwide cancellations of the April 25 services, with Australians standing in their driveways with lit candles at dawn instead to pay their respects.

But Annastacia Palaszczuk said in a social media post on Tuesday that services will resume as normal in 2021.

“In times of strife, Queenslanders do what it takes to protect each other,” she wrote.

“We’ve done it in wartime, and we’re doing it now through the global pandemic.

“Because we’ve worked together to keep safe, this year we can safely gather to mark…



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