The family of a woman from Derby who died in India, say they are having to travel there themselves to find out what happened to her nearly 3 years after her death.
Denyse Sweeney collapsed in a bar in Goa in April 2010. Indian police said she died from a drugs overdose, but her family believe she was murdered.
It is nearly three years since Denyse died in Goa. The 34-year-old from Derby who was doing volunteering work in the resort of Anjuna, collapsed in a bar. She was taken to hospital but died less than an hour later. Initially Indian police said she had died from an overdose. But toxicology tests later showed no traces of drugs or alcohol in her body.
Since April 2010 Denyse's family, including her teenage son Ben, have launched the 'Justice for Denyse' campaign. Derbyshire police were later granted access to the Indian police files. And last Summer following a meeting with Foreign Office officials, hopes were raised when it emerged the Goan authorities were re-opening their investigation.
Now Maureen and her sister Marion are planning to travel to India in the next couple of months to see if they can unearth any clues themselves.
As has been the case every year since her death, Christmas and New Year for Denyse's family has been a reminder that she is no longer here. But they are hoping this trip to India will help shed light on what really happened to Denyse, and finally provide some closure.