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Christine Rose-Port is an experienced Civil Celebrant who will provide for you a professional yet friendly approach to your ceremony. Servicing all areas of the Sunshine Coast, Brisbane's North Side, Logan City and the Gold Coast
Metropolitan Funerals commenced operation in 1941 and is a well established business offering caring and reliable funeral services to families in Brisbane, Gold Coast and surrounding areas. With 11 funeral homes conveniently located throughout South East Queensland, Metropolitan Funerals is in close proximity to everyone. We fully understand the needs of grieving families and they can be safe in the knowledge that they, and their loved ones, will be cared for. We place the highest priority on personalizing a funeral to meet the specific wishes and the budget of those families who have entrusted us with the care of their loved ones. We also provide a guaranteed fixed price funeral service whether your need is now or planning for the future.
LONDON, SUNDAY A legal tug-of-war resumes tomorrow over the body of an adopted Aboriginal man, the grandson of the late poet Oodgeroo Noonuccal and allegedly one of Australia's "stolen generation". The body of Dayne Childs has been lying in a Norwich funeral parlor since a motorway a
A funeral parlor worker, who twisted his wrist while lifting a coffin, was yesterday awarded more than $165,000 by a Melbourne court. Judge Stewart Campbell, of the County Court, awarded the damages to Mr Anthony John Herpich, 41, an embalmer at Le Pine Funeral Services, for an injury in..read more
Employees of Australia's biggest funeral parlor operator are considering industrial action over a proposed workplace agreement that unions say would force them to work horrendous hours. The state secretary of the Australian Workers Union, Mr Bill Shorten, said the agreement proposed by Service Co
Duc Doan Tran should have been celebrating his 15th birthday tomorrow. But the family and friends he would have shared the milestone with were yesterday gathered at a Footscray funeral parlor to say goodbye. The teenager was shot dead in the kitchen of his mother's Footscray home early on..read more