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Oberon veteran Bill Wilcox survived the unimaginable and makes it his mission to commemorate every Anzac Day

Alanna Tomazin
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By Alanna Tomazin, and Julia Wythes
Updated April 19 2022 - 6:08am, first published April 18 2022 - 7:00am
A DAY OF EMOTION: RSL sub-branch president and vice president of Bathurst and District Vietnam Veterans Association says its important to commemorate on Anzac Day, always. Picture: FILE

Like many Australians on Anzac Day, we find ourselves at services, marches, races or enjoying a game of Two-Up at the local, all while paying respects to those who gave us our freedom.

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Alanna Tomazin

Alanna Tomazin

Journalist

I report on a range of different topics from community news to sport. I take pride in regional journalism which I believe is crucial to informing our towns and cities. Have a story? Email me at alanna.tomazin@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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Julia Wythes

National agricultural features journalist

National agricultural features and special publications journalist for ACM