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Digitising Legacy – Cootamundra Gundagai Regional Council New South Wales (NSW)

Map and records search: Cootamundra Gundagai Regional Cemetery Digitalised cemetery records Physical survey of the cemetery grounds Interactive online cemetery map 24/7 online access to plot/cemetery information Customised database management solutions
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Digitising Murray River Council Cemeteries – Better Engagement with the Community

For the Murray River Council in Australia, digitising their 6 cemeteries smoothly and accurately was completed in just 3 months. Understanding the needs of their community and their own requirements, they collaborated with Chronicle to produce an innovative and creative solution for their needs and standards.
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Paths to Progress – How Municipal Cemeteries Digitised their Processes

It has taken a global pandemic for governments to realise just how much cemetery records and maps can be digitised and simplified using appropriate platforms. However, some sectors tend to lag behind in the wake of progress - municipal cemeteries.
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The Archdiocese of Hobart – 47 Cemeteries, Now Online in 1 Platform

In Tasmania, Australia, the Catholic Archdiocese of Hobart oversees the processes and management of 47 Catholic cemeteries with approximately 11,000 plots in total. Although some of these cemeteries only consist of a smaller number of graves, at least 32 of these cemeteries are larger multiple plot sets, preserving rich community histories.
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Particularities in Digitising Cemetery Records – Warracknabeal Cemetery

Very much the epitome of a rural Australian town, Warracknabeal is situated in the Wimmera region on the Yarriambiack Creek. With just 2,400 permanent residents, this sleepy town holds a history in its cemetery that’s vital in preserving the story of Australia.
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Four Tales of Digitising Australian Cemeteries in Victoria

Cemeteries and the digital realm seem like two contrasting ideas, but useful digital innovation can be applied across industries. Yes, the cemetery industry is one where things move a tad slower than elsewhere, but meaningful, practical change should be adapted where possible.
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