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Queensland marks one year since devastating tsunami

Australian prime minister leads memorial to remember natural disaster that killed at least 30 people

Queensland marks one year since devastating tsunami
Grantham residents pay tribute to flood victims during a dawn service on Jan 10, 2012 in Grantham, Australia (Getty Images)
Queensland marks one year since devastating tsunami
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard talks to Mac (R) and Dale Wallis from the Scouts (Getty Images)
Queensland marks one year since devastating tsunami
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard comforts local resident Dorelle Sunneth (Getty Images)
Queensland marks one year since devastating tsunami
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard talks to media during a press conference (Getty Images)
Queensland marks one year since devastating tsunami
Queensland Premier Anna Bligh has a moment of silence (Getty Images)
Queensland marks one year since devastating tsunami
January marks one year since Queensland suffered from flooding that killed 35 people and crippled dozens of communities including the state capital, Brisbane (Getty Images)
Queensland marks one year since devastating tsunami
Mac Wallis from the Scouts lays a wreath during a memorial held in Lake Apec Park (Getty Images)
Queensland marks one year since devastating tsunami
A local family lays a wreath during a memorial (Getty Images)
Queensland marks one year since devastating tsunami
Residents attend a memorial held in Lake Apec Park (Getty Images)
Queensland marks one year since devastating tsunami
January marks one year since Queensland suffered from flooding that killed 35 people (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)