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1. Manhunt under way after woman bashed to death in her Sydney home.
Police are searching for the former partner of a woman whose body was found in her home in the Sydney’s south.
Tina Kontozi, 51, was found dead in her Bundeena home by police called to the property to investigate reports of screaming coming from the upstairs storey of the house, according to Seven News.
A 17-year-old boy, believed to be Ms Kontozi’s son, also suffered arm injuries and was taken to St Georges Hospital for treatment.
It’s believed the attack may have been carried out with a cricket bat, although police have yet to confirm this.
2. Tens of thousands gather for Anzac Day services across the country.
Ten of thousands of Australians and New Zealanders have gathered to pay tribute to fallen soldiers in Anzac Day ceremonies this morning.
It is the 101st anniversary of the Gallipolli landing and the centenary of Anzac Day itself.
The Prime Minister attended the dawn service in Martin Place and will fly to Canberra for the march at the Australian War Memorial this afternoon.
Photos of the first generation of Anzac soldiers were projected onto the sandstone buildings in Martin Place, while Premier Mike Baird read a poem to the crowd, estimated at just over 10,000, the ABC reports.
An estimated 55,000 braved the cold in Canberra for the dawn service, while crowds gathered in Brisbane’s Anzac Square this morning.
At least 40,000 attended Melbourne’s dawn service at the Shrine of Remembrance, while large crowds also turned out in Adelaide, Hobart and Darwin.
3. Teenager charged over planned Anzac Day terrorist attack.
New South Wales police arrested a 16-year-old boy in Sydney’s west last night over an alleged terror plot linked to today’s Anzac Day commemorations.
The boy has been charged with one count of preparing for, or planning, an act of terrorism, which carries a maximum sentence of life in prison, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.
NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione said it was unclear which event would have been targeted.
“Officers were forced to act yesterday afternoon. We had to do that in order to ensure the safety of the community,” Mr Scipione said.
“Clearly we’ve taken that action with community safety on the eve of the sacred day which is Anzac Day.”
NSW Premier Mike Baird addressed the media at the Martin Place dawn service this morning and said people should not be swayed by news of the possible attack.