Woman granted bail charged with deceptively obtaining $4.6m

A SYDNEY woman accused of failing to return $4.6 million wrongly transferred to her bank account in 2012 has been arrested while trying to leave the country.

Federal police detained the 21-year-old woman at Sydney Airport on Wednesday night before she could board a flight to Malaysia.

Charged with dishonestly obtaining financial advantage by deception and knowingly dealing with the proceeds of crime, she appeared in court yesterday and was granted bail.

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Good changes to ANZAC service at Tewantin

ANZAC DAY: The  honour guard at the Tewantin Anzac Day dawn service.

Tewantin Noosa RSL Dawn Service will be done differently this year.

What's on: Brisbane

LEST WE FORGET: We can all pay our respects by attending an Anzac Day event.

Services are being held in your region so you can pay your respects.

The Trumpet Calls - WWI Tribute at museum

VALUED MEMORABILIA: Daphne Heaton holding the plaque issued to Private Roberts' family following his death in 1918. The personalised plaque, often referred to as the "Dead Man's Penny", was issued to next-of-kin of all service personnel who were killed as a result of the war.

The Nambour Museum is located at 18 Mitchell Street, Nambour.