Cost may be behind illegal burials
Tue, 16 Oct 2012 7:00p.m.
The Waikato District Council has discovered a problem in its cemeteries that really may be a sign of the times.
It appears people have been holding secret funerals at nighttime, putting the ashes of their loved ones into plots already occupied by other family members – nice to be with family, for eternity.
But why are they sneaking them in, in the middle of the night?
Watch the video for the full report from Anna Burns-Francis.
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