100 years after guns fell silent on the Western Front, thousands have gathered to pay tribute on Remembrance Day.
The day, which marks the signing of the Armistice and the end of conflict in World War 1, is now used as an opportunity to remember those who died and suffered for their country in all wars and armed conflicts.
See how the occasion was marked across Northern New South Wales.
— Skaie Hull (@SkaieHull) November 11, 2018
— Tyson Cottrill (@TysonCottrill) November 10, 2018
— Jessica Nagel (@Jess_Nagel) November 11, 2018
— Luke Hislop (@Luke_Hislop) November 11, 2018
We’ll have more on Remembrance Day in tonight’s news.