Thousands of people across Australia and New Zealand have stood outside their homes at dawn to mark Anzac Day, after being urged to pay tribute even amid the coronavirus lockdown.
Crowds usually gather for services, but these were cancelled last month amid wider restrictions on gatherings.
Instead people were urged to hold a candle in their driveways and live stream services.
The day of remembrance is a hugely important event for both nations.
It marks the anniversary of the first campaign that led to major casualties for the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps (Anzac) during World War One.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern had acknowledged the disappointment in the ceremonies being cancelled for the first time in history.
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“While we cannot gather in person, we join in spirit as we remember the service and sacrifice of New Zealanders in times of war and crisis,” she said in a statement, and later joined New Zealanders in standing at the end of her driveway.