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This year (2010) in Brisbane, there is a restriction on children marching with their elderly relatives. Previously, children have freely marched with the veterans. In 2010, one child may walk with each veteran as a "carer", while the rest must march in a group behind them.

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Q: Who is not allowed to march in the Anzac parade this year in Brisbane?
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