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CREMATION FAQs: What You Need To Know

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Want to know more about Cremation? Find answers to commonly asked questions below:   1. What is cremation? Cremation is a method for preparing the deceased for memorialisation Scientifically speaking, it is a process of reducing a deceased human body to bone fragments using high heat and flame.   2. What is direct cremation? A […]

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EZIFUNERALS OFFERS BUY NOW PAY LATER OPTION FOR FAMILIES

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eziFunerals, Australia’s leading funeral planning solution, has partnered with Payright to offer a dedicated funeral financing option, eziFuneralPay. In addition to sharing resources with families about funeral planning, families will now have better access to a new financial option available to them when organising a funeral. eziFunerals provides guidance for families looking for resources online ahead of […]

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FUNERAL TRANSPORT: What Are Your Options?

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Your loved one’s final journey marks an important moment. The departure towards their final resting place can be emotional for friends and family left behind. This is especially true as it often marks the beginning of the funeral service which is bound to stir up emotions. A special moment For the journey to the cemetery […]

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Direct Cremations: The new “Paupers Funeral” of choice

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Once upon a time, many people saved their last pennies to avoid the shame of the “pauper’s funeral”. Today, the simplest and cheapest “body-disposal” option is becoming a “fashionable” choice. Direct cremations, as they are known by the funeral industry, were once widely seen as a form of “pauper’s funeral,” with no ceremony or mourners […]

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Everyone Deserves a Funeral: Why direct cremation may not be a good idea

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Direct cremations have experienced a surge in popularity in Australia, since the Covid pandemic and the cost-of-living crisis. A direct cremation is a no service, unattended cremation, where the deceased is taken alone (or with others) to the crematorium and the ashes returned to the family later. Direct cremations are frequently advertised as no-fuss, no-frills, low cost […]

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What does ‘Vale’ mean when someone dies?

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Get a free quote! Key Takeaways Vale is a universal expression of condolence and respect for the departed, transcending cultural boundaries. Vale holds different meanings and traditions in various cultures, reflecting the diversity of human perspectives on loss and mourning. Expressing sympathy and offering support to those grieving is a fundamental aspect of the vale […]

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