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As mentioned here the CCANSW is now more active on social media platforms. We crosss post and link to Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and the CCANSW Linkedin Group. Anything we post on one social medium is posted on all the others. However comments and responses may vary between platforms, there may be posts from others on social media, and not all articles published on social media will appear on the CCANSW website.
We have changed the way the CCANSW linkedin group is managed. A linkedin profile account for the CCANSW has been established and assigned ownership of the group. The CCANSW linked in profile is here, and you can read more about the CCANSW social media presence in this FAQ article. If you use LinkedIn please connectwith us and join the CCANSW Group.
CCANSW welcomes the publication of the updated Australian Standard AS 4204 Headstones and Cemetery Monuments.
Welcome to 2019. During the break a few interesting stories appeared that we linked on social media. Port Stephens Council in NSW dissolved six committees, including cemetery committees, and adopted volunteer management services instead. From the other side NSW came a story about a mosaic headstone in Wilcannia Cemetery. Piper the "Wonder Dog" made headlines in North America about his ability to detect bodies buried in debris from the wildfires that recently ravaged the USA. There were also links to stories from China, Canada and one that asks "Have 'green' burials gone too far?". .
Mosaic headstone Wilcannia cemeteryhttps://t.co/W9yHxNbsPY#cemetery pic.twitter.com/O9qhJx5c97— CCA of NSW (@CCA_of_NSW) December 30, 2018
Mosaic headstone Wilcannia cemeteryhttps://t.co/W9yHxNbsPY#cemetery pic.twitter.com/O9qhJx5c97
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">New museum shows relics from Liujialing tomb, known for murals<a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/China?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#China</a> <a href="https://t.co/qkhMnUG0KV">https://t.co/qkhMnUG0KV</a> <a href="https://t.co/6WotmXcQxL">pic.twitter.com/6WotmXcQxL</a></p>— CCA of NSW (@CCA_of_NSW) <a href="https://twitter.com/CCA_of_NSW/status/1079523374366318592?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">December 30, 2018</a></blockquote><script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
New museum shows relics from Liujialing tomb, known for murals#China https://t.co/qkhMnUG0KV pic.twitter.com/6WotmXcQxL— CCA of NSW (@CCA_of_NSW) December 30, 2018
New museum shows relics from Liujialing tomb, known for murals#China https://t.co/qkhMnUG0KV pic.twitter.com/6WotmXcQxL
https://t.co/kRarkc3A0D— CCA of NSW (@CCA_of_NSW) January 3, 2019
The CCA maintains a "group" on the LinkedIn social media website. Articles published here are often cross-posted to the LinkedIn site, but some that are published on the LinkedIn group are not posted to the CCA website. You can have a look at the LinkedIN group here.
Why not take a moment to join the group that is now more than 160 strong and group so you can share in more thoughts, ideas and discussions about our industry? If you haven't got a linkedin account, you can easily get one here.
Here's a few of our tweets and re-tweets from last week that you may have missed:
The Cemeteries and Crematoria Association of NSW (CCANSW) will hold their next Conference and biennial Trade Exhibition on Thursday 16 and Friday 17 May 2019.
Here's a couplle of tweets and re-tweets you might have missed last week