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Paying Tribute to Queen Elizabeth II

By Tanayah Wakefield

Tributes are flowing from across the Moreton Bay Region for Queen Elizabeth II who died overnight at the age of 96 years.

Flags will be flown at half-mast on Council buildings for the next 10 days and official condolence books will be available for signing at Council administration centres from Monday.

Mayor Peter Flannery said: “While we all new this day would come it somehow still feels surreal, probably because Queen Elizabeth II has been a constant in all our lives and the only monarch most of us have ever known.

“I’ve been surprised by my own sadness this morning on hearing the news of her passing and I know many Moreton Bay locals will be experiencing a range of emotions, from disbelief to grief.

“So, I think it’s important for us to provide locals with a way to record their memories of the Queen’s reign and offer their condolences to Buckingham Palace by making condolence books available.

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