A memorial in London to remember the victims of the Bali bombings has begun by paying tribute to the British victims, and their families:
"Among the dead, were 28 British citizens who left behind 28 grieving families. Their mothers and fathers, brothers and sisters, husbands and wives, sons and daughters, will not just remember them on this anniversary - they will remember them every day."
Australia's opposition leader Tony Abbott posted a picture on Twitter of the moment he was reunited with Farshal Hambali who was badly injured in the Bali bomb attacks. He last saw him being airlifted to hospital.
People are at all different stages of grieving and loss. For some the emotion you can tell is incredibly raw still.
Others who were very, very young, kids who lost parents very young at the time, sharing their reflections too and talking about where their lives are up to today, so it's a really mixed picture of how people have got on with their lives and how they're experiencing grief today.
But it's been an incredible privilege to just have the opportunity to spend some time and talk to some of the victims and family members and those who did so much during our critical time of need of ordinary things to help Australians out.