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The big winner this year was the Australian Flag.
With a theme that has been a favourite of the viewer since it was first unveiled in 1932, it was the subject of two popular films, ‘The Day Before’ and ‘The Flag’.
This year, it received a significant amount of media coverage as it made its way onto The View.
The Flag received widespread praise, as it captured the national mood and captured the public’s attention.
A photo of the flag in front of the ABC Tower on January 12, 2017.
The Flag is the most-watched Australian flag image on YouTube and Twitter.
It is also the most watched Australian flag in the world.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, seen at the top right of the screen, says: “It’s not just a flag, it’s an idea”.
The flag is an important symbol in Australia’s history, but it also has a long and colourful history.
In 1884, Australian Prime Minister Andrew Young declared the flag the national flag of Australia.
On the day of the founding of Australia, it became the official national flag, with its colours and stripes red and white, a red, white and blue monogram, a white stripe across the top, a blue-red triad across the bottom and the words “Australia”.
During World War II, it appeared on the flag of New Zealand, while the flag was used by both the United States and Australia in the conflict in Vietnam.
Then in 1957, it returned to the flag it was originally designed for, with the Australian flag being adopted as the official flag of the Commonwealth of Australia in 1960.
Australia is the fifth largest country in the Commonwealth and the first to become an independent nation in 1947.
Originally published as Australia’s most-loved flag