National Day of Mourning for MH17 victims

Flags flying at half mast at Greater Taree City Council today, to commemorate the victims of Flight MH17.

Flags flying at half mast at Greater Taree City Council today, to commemorate the victims of Flight MH17.

TODAY is a National Day of Mourning for the victims and families of the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.

Flags on every government building around the country are being flown at half mast, including those at the entrance to Greater Taree City Council's chambers (pictured), to commemorate the lives of those lost.

There is also a non-denominational memorial service being held at the Anglican Church in Taree from midday.

Former Taree man Michael Clancy and his wife Carol were among the 38 Australian victims of the July 17 flight.

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