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Time for a Royal Commission into aged care

HOW many more people need to suffer or die unnecessarily before there is a Royal Commission into aged care in Australia?

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NSW Coronial inquest into the Quakers Hill nursing home fire

THE NSW CORONER heard this month that nurse Roger Dean lit two fires in the early hours of 18 November 2011 in the Quakers Hill Nursing Home, ostensibly to cover up his theft of 238 strong painkillers the night before.

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How safe is your local nursing home?

IT BEGGARS belief that a large portion of NSW nursing homes continue to delay the installation of sprinklers in their facilities, putting their residents at risk.

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Sooper super

THERE are two types of superannuation which work. For the people, that is. There are also two types of super (industry and retail funds) which work for those who have a job in superannuation, but not for the people.

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Latest pension increase shows abysmal future of pension if budget not stopped

THE PENSION went up by $11.50 for singles and $17.40 for couples (combined) on 20 September 2014.

Read more: Latest pension increase shows abysmal future of pension if budget not stopped

Tough Budget bills face a tough Senate

THE Abbott Government’s Social Services Bills are passing through Parliament at a glacial pace, which is, of course, a relief considering the number of bad things contained in them.

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