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Melbourne’s history of endlessly expanding populations has too led it to always seek places to houes it’s ex-citizens. 

First there was the cemetary where the Victoria Market now resides. 

Next came the larger inner city necropolises 

But with many of these cemetaries now full to bursting there calls for a new look at burial, beyond simply disintering. 

Would you be buried upright? Panorama reporter Tilly Graovac looks beyond life to what comes next. 

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Tilly Graovac
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