Australian flag on fire as ‘anti-monarchy’ protests begin Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Canberra


Protesters have set fire to the Australian flag and called to ‘abolish the monarchy’ hours after the national memorial service was held to mourn the Queen.

Thousands rallied against colonialism and with the aim to draw attention to First Nation people’s suffering, with  protests held in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Canberra.

Protesters at Melbourne’s Birrarung Marr cut up the flag and chanted ‘abolish the monarchy’, while elders in Brisbane set the Australian flag on fire on top of a…



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