Brand new signage has been made for a cemetery in the Cook Islands but there is a call for more help with the cemetery's upkeep.
The Nikao Cemetery is on crown land in Rarotonga and is looked after by a team of volunteers including police officers once a month.
Opposite the airport, the cemetery has graves of ANZAC soldiers as well as expats, tourists and cancer patients.
But it is prone to erosion with many graves damaged or washed away by the sea.
The mother of Australian volunteer Cate Walker is also buried there, whose daughter found sponsors to help pay for the signage.
"I've had some beautiful descriptive historic signs made, one for the cancer patients and tourist section and the other for the ANZAC section, just explaining briefly how these people are buried there," said Ms Walker.
She said donations of any sort would be welcome including money, paint and weed eaters.