Australia lights up in pink to remember Olivia Newton-John | 7NEWS

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Melbourne lit up in pink overnight to honour the late Olivia Newton-John. Sydney has announced this morning it will soon follow suit. The family of the home-grown star say they’re set to accept an offer of a state memorial in Victoria.

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