INVOCARE TO ACQUIRE ANOTHER LOCAL FUNERAL HOME

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Funeral consumers in Australia took another hit this week with the ongoing battle between InvoCare and Propel Funeral Partners, in their race to increase control over the funeral industry. Following the recent acquisition of Gregson & Weight Funeral Directors by Propel Funeral Partners, Australia’s largest ASX listed funeral company, InvoCare has announced its latest acquisition […]

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GUIDING LIGHT FUNERAL SERVICES – Sydney, New South Wales

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eziFunerals is a proud supporter of Guiding Light Funerals in Sydney, Blacktown & Regions of New South Wales. Here is a special feature of who they are, what they do, and why we’re so proud to support them:   About Guiding Light Funerals Guiding Light Funerals are funeral directors in Sydney who believe we provide extensive, clear […]

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DEATH AND FUNERALS IN TASMANIA

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The latest statistical snapshot on deaths by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) raises some interesting data for the funeral industry in Tasmania. In 2018, there were 158,493 deaths registered in Australia, 2,416 less than the number registered in the previous year (160,909). Over three quarters (77.4%) of these deaths occurred in New South Wales, […]

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DEATH AND FUNERALS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA

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The latest statistical snapshot on deaths by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) raises some interesting data for the funeral industry in South Australia. In 2018, there were 158,493 deaths registered in Australia, 2,416 less than the number registered in the previous year (160,909). Over three quarters (77.4%) of these deaths occurred in New South […]

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DEATH AND FUNERALS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA

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The latest statistical snapshot on deaths by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) raises some interesting data for the funeral industry in Western Australia. In 2018, there were 158,493 deaths registered in Australia, 2,416 less than the number registered in the previous year (160,909). Over three quarters (77.4%) of these deaths occurred in New South […]

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DEATH AND FUNERALS IN QUEENSLAND

ADVANCE CARE PLANNING | Arranging the Funeral | COPING WITH DEATH | CREATING A FUNERAL PLAN | Death and Dying | EZIFUNERALS PLANNING AND BIDDING SERVICE | FUNERAL CHOICES | FUNERAL COSTS | Funeral Planning | GETTING STARTED | Grief and Bereavement | SELECTING A FUNERAL DIRECTOR | WHEN SOMEONE DIES | WHY JOIN EZIFUNERALS | 0 Comments |

The latest statistical snapshot on deaths by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) raises some interesting data for the funeral industry in Queensland. In 2018, there were 158,493 deaths registered in Australia, 2,416 less than the number registered in the previous year (160,909). Over three quarters (77.4%) of these deaths occurred in New South Wales, […]

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