Latest_News_Ikon_2Sinking cemetery investigation

Gladstone Observer
Gladstone Regional Council's Parks and Conservation department will conduct investigative soil testing in Section S of the Port Curtis Lawn Cemetery starting Wednesday, for about two days (weather permitting). Council's Director Environment and ...

Council prefers the natural look

Noosa News
The spokesman said council spent thousands each year maintaining its cemeteries. “Some families like to look after their own positions and care for their own area which we have no objection to,” he said. “Should a family wish to perform any work in a ...

Cemetery less deadly

NTNews.com.au 16.3.2011
Litchfield Council president said dingoes, snakes and spiders often lurk in the Thorak Regional Cemetery on the outskirts of Darwin. A TOP End cemetery is taking a pro-active approach to make sure visitors don't end up alongside their loved ones. ...

Volunteers for cemetery clean

Noosa News 17.3.2011
John and Meagan Wearne with Lian Welsh at Tewantin Cemetery are not impressed the cemetery sites are no longer looked after. HAS council, lost the plot when it comes to graveside maintenance in Tewantin? Rather than sit about arguing whether the fact ...