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May 17, 2021

Remembering and Healing on Anzac Day

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This time last year I was living in my tent at the Bentley Blockade and headed for Lismore on Anzac Day to the Peace Park. Remembering and Healing, the peace group, were holding their annual event after the official march.

Like Bentley, it was a heartening experience bringing people of all stripes, beliefs and races together in a common cause.

I’ll be going again this year to the Peace Park at Lismore (11am April 25, corner of Ballina and Molesworth streets), from home this time; Bentley a victory for now, peace as intangible as ever

Jill Keogh, Federal


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