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Why the legend of Ned Kelly draws tourists to Australia

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More than 130 years after the bush ranger, bank robber and police killer Ned Kelly was hanged he is still a legend for many in Australia and a tourist attraction for visitors.

Christa Larwood reports on how Kelly fever recently reached a peak after he was finally given a full burial service.

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