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On Saturday 5th June, 1886, Kate Mary Smith submitted an ‘Undertaker’s Notice’ in The Brisbane Courier: “The inhabitants of Brisbane and surrounding districts are respectfully informed that the long established business so successfully carried on by the late John Smith, as Undertaker, will in future be carried on by his Widow”. This was K.M. Smiths’ first sharing of ‘News & Events’ with the community and the families we respectfully continue to share our news and event items with today.

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K.M.Smith were proud to receive a crest from the Wallaby Airlines (formerly RTVF-35SQN) in acknowledgement of our sponsorship of this very Australian association. President John McDougall presented the award to our Promotions Manager, Jennie McIntosh. ... See MoreSee Less

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K.M.Smith were proud to receive a crest from the Wallaby Airlines (formerly RTVF-35SQN) in acknowledgement of our sponsorship of this very Australian association. President John McDougall presented the award to our Promotions Manager, Jennie McIntosh.

Celebrating 'Take Your Dog to Work' day, every day. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

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Makes the day go much easier 🥰🥰

Following a tradition many families keep for their loved ones, every June for the past 92 years, we remember Kate Mary Smith by placing flowers on her grave. It is a privilege to commemorate Kate Mary's life and her living legacy. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Following a tradition many families keep for their loved ones, every June for the past 92 years, we remember Kate Mary Smith by placing flowers on her grave. It is a privilege to commemorate Kate Marys life and her living legacy.

History in the making! South Sharks AFL Club, Chapel Hill, founded in 1984, now includes an over 35’s women's team. This special group of 40 ladies, many of whom have never played the game, won their first victory last Friday night. Our congratulations to them all. As proud sponsors, you might glimpse our K.M.Smith Funeral Directors logo flashing across the field on the backs of their South Sharks jerseys. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

History in the making! South Sharks AFL Club, Chapel Hill, founded in 1984, now includes an over 35’s womens team. This special group of 40 ladies, many of whom have never played the game, won their first victory last Friday night. Our congratulations to them all. As proud sponsors, you might glimpse our K.M.Smith Funeral Directors logo flashing across the field on the backs of their South Sharks jerseys.

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Thank you for supporting this fantastic club and our women’s team 🦈

Thanks for your support ! :) it’s been so special have the community behind us!

So very kind of you to cheer us on! Thanks for having our backs!

Yeow!!!!! Thanks so much for your support 🥰🤗 will continue to make you proud win or lose 🤘

Thank you for the support!!! 💪🏼

Thanks so much for your support!

Thank you!

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National Palliative Care week runs from Sunday 19th to Saturday 25th of May and is Australia’s largest annual initiative aimed at deepening people’s understanding of palliative care and encouraging action around end-of-life planning. While it is not a subject many people enjoy talking about, death is inevitable and planning for it is important.
The theme for 2024 is ‘People at the Heart of Quality Palliative Care’ and is aimed at encouraging Australians to connect with the doctors, nurses, social workers, volunteers and the many others involved in end-of-life care.
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National Palliative Care week runs from Sunday 19th to Saturday 25th of May and is Australia’s largest annual initiative aimed at deepening people’s understanding of palliative care and encouraging action around end-of-life planning. While it is not a subject many people enjoy talking about, death is inevitable and planning for it is important.
The theme for 2024 is ‘People at the Heart of Quality Palliative Care’ and is aimed at encouraging Australians to connect with the doctors, nurses, social workers, volunteers and the many others involved in end-of-life care.
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